Parents know that finding the right child seat is an important part of protecting our children on the road. And Nissan has always recognized that the safety of all of our passengers is at the core of everything we do.

That is why Nissan introduced Snug Kids?, an industry-first program geared specifically toward safety for children in child restraint systems (CRS), commonly referred to as "child safety seats". Not all CRS fit in all vehicles. Nissan safety engineers have spent thousands of hours evaluating hundreds of CRS by installing them in all the rear seats of our current Nissan vehicles. The result is the Snug Kids? Child Safety Seat Fit Guide which helps parents confidently select a CRS that fits their vehicle while also providing valuable tips on the proper fit of a CRS.

*Due to COVID-19, Snug Kids evaluations have not been completed for most MY 21-22 vehicles. We will update the results when possible.

Select a vehicle to see the Snug Kids? seat fit guide

Cars

Electric Cars

Crossovers & SUVs

Trucks

Nissan TITAN Crew Cab

Titan? & Titan XD? Crew Cab

Nissan TITAN King Cab

Titan? & Titan XD? King Cab

MiniVans & Vans

Tips & Tricks

Quick reference guide

For your child's safety on the road, both the right Child Restraint System (CRS) and the right fit are essential. The Quick Reference Guide cuts down on overwhelming information giving you easy access to what you need.
 

Car seat installation tips

When installing a Child Restraint System (CRS), always follow the instructions provided by the CRS manufacturer and your Nissan vehicle’s owner’s manual. You may also find the following tips helpful for installing your CRS.
 

Car seat installation mistakes

Failure to properly install a Child Restraint System (CRS) can result in injury to your child. Though CRS instruction manuals act as a guide, when it comes to properly installing your child safety seat, there are a few common mistakes you’ll want to avoid.