Free Nissan VIN Decoder

What is a VIN?

The VIN is located in a number of places on a car, but most commonly on the dashboard (you can see it through the windshield) and the drivers side door jamb sticker. On some vehicles the VIN is also placed on the engine, hood, and other parts. The VIN may also appear on car titles, insurance policies, service records and police reports for the vehicle.

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What Can I Learn While Using Your Nissan VIN Decoder?

Because Nissans are reliable, they are sought-after as used cars. So if you are thinking about buying a Nissan Maxima, Nissan Altima, Nissan Leaf, Nissan Sentra, Nissan Versa (or any other type of used vehicle), you can use our free VIN decoder to find out practical information before you finalize your purchase. Our Nissan VIN decoder will tell you all sorts of crucial data, including:

  • Is this Sentra stolen?
  • Has the mileage been rolled back on this Maxima?
  • Is there a chance that this Altima was declared salvaged or a lemon?
  • How well was this Versa serviced?
  • Did this Nissan Leaf get into any major accidents?

In many cases, even more information will be available to you once you use our free Nissan VIN decoder service.

Will Your Nissan VIN Decoder Tell Me The Color Of The Car?

Our Nissan VIN decoder will tell you the original color of the Pathfinder or other model when it came out of the factory. If a third party has since changed the color, our Nissan VIN decoder will tell you that if it was listed on an updated registration.

Can I Look Up The Nissan Manufacture Date By VIN Number?

Yes, you can! Our Nissan VIN decoder will not only tell you when it was manufactured, but also where. Looking up the manufacture date by VIN number is very easy with our Nissan VIN decoder.

Can I Use Your Nissan VIN Decoder In Australia?

No, you cannot use our Nissan VIN decoder in Australia. Our Nissan VIN decoder is based on a system created for vehicles sold in North America after 1980. Other countries do not use the same 17-digit VIN system, so our Nissan VIN decoder will not work for cars made to be sold in Australia.

Can I Use Your Nissan VIN Decoder In The UK?

No. For the same reasons that you can't use our Nissan VIN decoder to look up a Maxima in Australia, you can't use it to look up an Altima in the UK. Our free Nissan VIN decoder is meant for cars sold in the United States.

Am I Able To Do A Nissan VIN Lookup Using The Window Sticker?

The window sticker can be a good place to start a Nissan VIN lookup. Go to the window sticker and find the VIN number, then use that in our Nissan VIN lookup system. When you get your report back, check the information there with what's on the window sticker. Information about model year and options should match. If they don't, you might want to point out to the dealership or seller and ask why the data does not match.

How Do I Use Your Nissan VIN Decoder For Options?

If you want to use our free Nissan VIN decoder to search for the options on a used Pathfinder or Sentra you are thinking about buying, just enter the VIN number into our search system. Our Nissan VIN decoder will do a search for options that were installed by the manufacturer before it was sent to the dealership.

Do You Offer A Nissan Model Number Decoder?

Yes; our free Nissan VIN decoder acts as a Nissan model number decoder. When you do your search by VIN number for the Nissan you want, the decoder will tell you the Nissan model number.

How Would I Use Your Free VIN Decoder For A Nissan Micra?

The same way you would for any other type of Nissan! You simply need to find the VIN number and enter it into our search system, and the free VIN decoder will work for a Nissan Micra or any other type of Nissan. You can find the VIN number on the dashboard, the engine, or inside the driver's side door of your Nissan Micra.

Are There Any VIN Number Combinations I Should Look For?

If you want to have a sense of whether you have the right VIN number for the used Nissan you are thinking about buying, look at the first three digits. They should be JN1”, “JN8”, “1N4, 1N6”, “3N1” or “5N1.” There are some exceptions, but if there isn't at least an “N” as the second digit you may have the wrong number.

Altima Hybrid
Murano CrossCabriolet
Murano Hybrid
NV Cargo NV1500
NV Cargo NV2500 HD
NV Cargo NV3500 HD
NV Passenger NV3500 HD
NV Cargo
NV Cargo NV1500
NV Cargo NV2500 HD
NV Cargo NV3500 HD
NV Passenger
NV Passenger NV3500 HD
Pathfinder Hybrid
Rogue Hybrid
Rogue Select
Titan XD
Versa Note
Rogue Sport