Fatalities per 10,000 Nissan Vehicles
Key Achievements for Nissan Safety Technology
In January 2015, we expanded Intelligent Emergency Braking to more models. By the end of fiscal 2015, the technology was available on nearly all vehicle categories sold in Japan, including electric vehicles and commercial vehicles, and standard on all major models. In North America, it is now standard on several models including the Pathfinder, Altima and Rogue. In Europe, it is available on the Juke, X-Trail, Qashqai, Micra and other key models. The technology has been adopted for several new models launched in fiscal 2018, including the new Altima in North America, the Nissan LEAF e+, and the new Nissan Dayz in Japan.
Our vehicles have earned high safety ratings on many public and governmental tests held in various regions. In Japan, our 11 major models featuring the Intelligent Emergency Braking, including the Note and Serena, were approved under the Advanced Emergency Braking System certification launched by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism in fiscal 2018.
Major External Safety Ratings (Based on 2018 Assessments)
performed in fiscal 2018)
|Dayz Roox, Note
||SOS+ (on-board type)
||INFINITI QX60, QX50,
|5★ Overall Rating
(2019 model year)
|INFINITI QX80, Titan (Crew Cab), Armada, Frontier (Crew Cab), Rogue,*4 Rogue Sport, Sentra,*5 Versa (Sedan), Kicks
||4★ Overall Rating (2019 model year)
||Altima, Pathfinder,*6 Kicks (vehicles equipped with LED headlights)
||2019 Top Safety Pick
- JNCAP: The Japan New Car Assessment Program. An automobile assessment program run by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and the National Agency for Automotive Safety and Victims’ Aid (NASVA).
- NCAP: The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s New Car Assessment Program.
- IIHS: The U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
- Except Rogue Hybrid.
- Except NISMO and SR Turbo.
- Vehicles manufactured after August 2018.
Human Resource Development
Training Program Achievements at Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
|Number of trainees
|Total hours in training
|Hours per trainee
|Trainee satisfaction (out of 5)
|Investment per employee (¥)
Contributing to Local Communities
Social Contribution Achievements in FY2018
Global social contributions (FY2018): ¥1.79 billion
Social contributions include:
- Expenses for implementing philanthropic activities (excluding labor costs)
- Monetary donations and NPO membership fees for philanthropic purposes
- Cash equivalents of in-kind donations
- Sponsorship fees for philanthropic initiatives
Breakdown of FY2018 Social Contributions (Nissan Global)