Nissan Off-Road

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Nissan | Ride of Your Life
We told people they were about to take a ride in Nissan's most advanced Altima race car. We lied... about the race car part. See the surprise unfold. Shop and find the Ride Of Your Life today. #NissanROYL

2013 NISSAN Sentra - Fuel Functions
Located in the instrument cluster, this gauge indicates the approximate fuel level in the tank. This light comes on when the fuel level is low. Refuel as soon as practical. You'll see an arrow next to the fuel pump icon that indicates on which side of your vehicle the fuel-filler door is located. To open the fuel-filler door, pull the release lever below the instrument panel on the left-hand side. To lock, close the fuel-filler door securely. To remove the cap, turn counterclockwise. Put the cap in the holder on the fuel-filler door while you are refueling. After fueling, turn the cap clockwise until a single click is heard, indicating that it is locked in place. Then close the fuel-filler door securely. Failure to properly tighten the fuel-filler cap may cause the Loose Fuel Cap warning message to appear. If this occurs: • Exit the vehicle and reinsert the fuel-filler cap straight into the fuel-filler tube. • Turn the fuel-filler cap clockwise and tighten until a single click is heard. • Now, press the RESET button for more than one second to turn the indicator OFF. Failure to properly tighten the fuel-filler cap after the Loose Fuel Cap warning message is displayed may cause the Malfunction Indicator Light to illuminate. If you have taken the appropriate steps and the indicator light does not turn off, please see your Nissan dealer for further assistance.

GT Academy Season 2 | Episode 2
The ten remaining gamers race trucks thru the mud, battle G-forces 10,000 feet in the air, test their night driving skills and strap into a GT-R for a high speed challenge.

Nissan Project Titan Short Film
Follow the journey of two war veteran's who drive over 1200 miles through Alaska on a mission of veteran brotherhood. The story follows David Guzman and Kevin McMahon who use a crowdsourced Nissan truck to travel from one stunning location to the next, meeting photographer Cory Richards, chef Evan Funke and other veterans in a series emotionally charged missions. Brought to you by Nissan in association with the Wounded Warrior Project®. Learn more about Project Titan: Learn more about Nissan Titan: Like Us: