Free cookie consent management tool by TermsFeed Policy Generator


1. Who are we?

Nissan (“we”, “our”, or “us”) is strongly committed to protecting your privacy and personal information, and ensuring transparency in doing so. This Privacy Notice explains the Personal Data that we collect in connection to your use of  (“Site”), the purposes for which we collect and use them, how they are processed, when and with whom we share them, and for how long we store them. Finally, this Privacy Notice also outlines your rights related to your Personal Data and how you can exercise them.

Please read this Privacy Notice carefully. We may update this Privacy Notice from time to time, and we recommend regularly visiting this page when you use our Site.

As part of our commitment to protecting your privacy, Nissan has also adopted a set of privacy principles that applies to our activities related to the processing of your Personal Data as a customer. You can find more information on our Customer privacy policy

2. Who is the Data Controller and Your Data Protection Contact Point?

For any Personal Data processing activities related to your use of this Site, Nissan Motor Co., LTD (“Nissan”), incorporated at 2, Takara-cho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 220-8623, Japan, acts as Data Controller of your Personal Data.

For any questions, requests or complaints concerning this Privacy Notice, your Personal Data, and the exercise of your rights, you can contact us at our Data Protection Contact Point:

Nissan Data Protection Contact Point

This Privacy Notice applies to your Personal Data whenever you:

  • visit and use the services provided by our Site or any other version optimized for navigation on a tablet or a mobile device; and
  • receive or view any newsletters, emails and other communications and material that we publish or send.

This Privacy Notice does not apply to Personal Data you provide to any third parties, such as Facebook or Twitter. If you decide to access or use services or products offered by or accessible through third parties, please note that this Privacy Notice will not apply to such Personal Data and any processing activities related to them.

Please also note that some of our services accessible through this Site, especially that related to searching and applying for an employment position with Nissan, involve the use of third party services. Nissan takes appropriate measures in relation to the processing of Personal Data for the purpose of your job application, including the collection and transmission of your Personal Data to the third party. Beyond our data processing for the purpose of your job application with Nissan, we have no control over third party processing activities. We recommend that you carefully read the privacy policies of any third party services before using or signing up for them.

3. What Personal Data Do We Collect?

For the purpose of this Privacy Notice, “Personal Data” means all information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person as defined under local privacy and data protection laws, such as the Act on the Protection of Personal Information (“APPI”) in Japan and the General Data Protection Regulations (“GDPR”) in Europe (“Privacy and Data Protection Laws”).

We collect your Personal Data when you visit our Site. Your Personal Data can be (1) provided directly by you, (2) collected automatically, or (3) provided by third parties.

(1) Personal Data You Provide To Us Directly

When visiting our Site or using our Services, you will sometimes provide your Personal Data to us. Below are a few examples of situations where you provide your Personal Data to us directly, and the types of Personal Data involved:

ScenariosTypes of Personal Data You Provide
When you request information from us
  • Contact information such as name, address, email and phone number
  • Content and type of your request or query
When you indicate to us what kind of offers, services and/or vehicles may interest you
  • Contact information such as your name and e-mail address
  • Your preference regarding vehicle types
  • Your current subscriptions to our services or past transactions
When we evaluate the quality of our services
  • Detailed information on your transaction such as vehicle model and dealership, products and services you requested
  • Your comments and feedback on your experience or satisfaction level in how we dealt with you
When we conduct client surveys
  • Contact information such as name, email, address, phone number
  • Your comments and any information you provide in the survey(s)
When you search or apply for a job through our Site
  • The content of your search
  • Contact information such as name, email, address, phone number
  • Any information you enter into the form we provide
  • Your CV and any other document you provide us as part of your job application
(2) Personal Data We Automatically Collect From You

As you navigate through our Site or use our services, we automatically collect certain Personal Data about your device and browsing activities. Below are some examples of the Personal Data we automatically collect from you.

Categories of Personal DataTypes of Personal Data You Provide
Technical data about your web browser and your terminal (such as your computer or your mobile phone) or any other interface you may use to visit our Site
  • Your IP address
  • Location data
  • Operating system
  • Browser type
  • Browser language
  • Unique device identifiers
Connection data and log files
  • Date and time you visited our Site
  • Bug or any other error reports
  • Session data such as session ID and length of access
Information regarding your navigation on our Site
  • Referring websites (URL)
  • Entry and exit pages
  • Pages you viewed on our Site
  • Search terms
(3) Personal Data Provided by Third Parties

Depending on your use of our Site and services, we sometimes receive your Personal Data through third parties and third party websites (such as Facebook or Twitter), in accordance with their privacy policies and terms and conditions of use. For example, when you visit our Site directly through a social media website such as Facebook, it provides us with information regarding your account that you have made public.

However, Nissan does not provide any Personal Data to third parties without your express consent unless we are allowed to do so under applicable law. Please see the section “Who Do We Share Your Personal Data With?” for more information.

4. For Which Purposes and How Do We Process Your Personal Data?

We do not process your Personal Data unless we have a specific and legitimate purpose as well as a legal basis to do so. The purposes and legal bases for the processing of your Personal Data as described in this Privacy Notice are set out in the table below:

Purposes of ProcessingTypes of Processing ActivitiesLegal Bases
To process your request or transaction
  • Displaying a search result
  • Providing you with information or services you have requested
  • Sending you a welcome email or any other information when you register
  • Performance of a contract
  • Legitimate interest
To manage and improve our Site, services and products
  • Automatic updating of our Site or services
  • Preventing, detecting, and investigating any activity that may be illegal or contrary to our policies including network and information security
  • Performance of a contract
  • Legitimate interest
To evaluate the effectiveness and quality of our Site, services, vehicle sales and advertisements
  • Conducting client surveys regarding your customer experience
  • Conducting statistical, demographic or marketing analysis of our Site and services
  • Performance of a contract
  • Legitimate interest
  • Express consent
To provide you with information, promotions, events, products and services that may interest you
  • Sending you relevant information about vehicles and services
  • Providing you with customized offers, services or advertisements
  • Proposing a personalized customer experience to you
  • Express consent
  • Legitimate interest
To fulfill our legal obligations
  • Keeping records of your transactions
  • Informing you of any changes in our processing activities if they require additional consent
  • Prevention and detection of fraud or other crimes
  • Compliance with a legal obligation
To process your job application
  • Managing your job application and streamlining our recruitment process
  • Sending you information regarding your current application and any other position that may interest you
  • Performance of a contract
  • Express consent, but only if there are transfers outside of the EU
  • Legitimate interest

5. Who Do We Share Your Personal Data With?

In accordance with this Privacy Notice and the purposes listed above, we may disclose your Personal Data to the following recipients, who may or may not be affiliated with Nissan:

IT service providersMaintenance and provision of our IT service and systems
Service providersProvision of services such as website hosting, email services, marketing, sweepstakes sponsors, contests & promotion, insurers, auditing, customer orders, data analytics, customer services, customer research & satisfaction surveys
Employment and career management service providersTo manage Nissan career opportunities and process your job applications depending on the country or region of the position
Public and government authoritiesTo fulfill our legal obligations such as in relation to law enforcement or accounting regulations
Corporate affiliates
  • For job application purposes only the relevant Nissan entitie(s) will receive your Personal Data related to your job application
  • For centralization of management activities or in the context of reorganization
  • For responding to your requests and/or queries

You can find more information about our subsidiaries here:
A list of Nissan subsidiaries and affiliates:

We may also disclose your Personal Data to a third party following, or in the course of, a restructuring, merger or acquisition, debt financing, sale of assets of Nissan or any other similar transaction or operation, as well as in case of insolvency, bankruptcy, or sequestration of assets during which Personal Data are transferred to third parties as Nissan’s assets.

In the event of legal proceedings, we may share information related to you that could be of assistance to us to defend our rights or resolve legal conflicts.

Finally, we share generalized statistics or Personal Data in an aggregated form for certain purposes, such as analyzing your use of our Site or services, your areas of interest and behavior.


6. How Does Nissan Protect Your Personal Data?

Nissan has implemented reasonable and appropriate technical and organizational measures in order to maintain a level of information security well adapted to the level of risk related to the processing of your Personal Data. These measures aim, in particular, to protect your Personal Data against destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure or access, both accidental and intentional.

However, no method of transmission of data on the internet and no method of storage (in either an electronic or a physical environment) can be entirely secure. We endeavor to protect your Personal Data to the best of our abilities, but we cannot guarantee an absolute security or integrity during the transmission of your data from your system to ours. Any transmission is at your own risk.

7. Are There Any International Transfers of Your Personal Data?

The storing and processing of your Personal Data as outlined above will sometimes require that we transfer and/or store your Personal Data outside of your country or region of residence. Legislation regarding the protection of personal data of such third countries may differ from those of your country or region of residence, in particular regarding the internal management of services and commercial or marketing communications.

Where the Act on the Protection of Personal Information of Japan (the “Act”) applies and we transfer your Personal Data outside of Japan, we will take all necessary measures through contracts based on the Act and any applicable guidelines. Where GDPR applies and the country of destination is outside of the EU and does not provide a level of protection of personal data equivalent to that of the EU, we will take all necessary measures, either through an Adequacy Decision by the European Commission or, in the absence of such a decision, through appropriate safeguards such as the European Commission Standard Contractual Clauses.

8. How Long Do We Store Your Personal Data?

Nissan stores your Personal Data for a period that is reasonable and/or as required by law. The storage period will depend on the purposes for which we have collected and used your Personal Data, and as required by any relevant legislations.

In order to determine the retention period, we consider factors such as:

  • Your use of our Site and services;
  • The existence of contractual or legal obligations requiring us to retain your Personal Data for a fixed period;
  • The existence of any legal proceedings related to your use of our Site or services.

As a rule of thumb, we only store your Personal Data in active files or systems for the duration necessary for the fulfillment of the purpose for which we collected them, in compliance with applicable legislation. For example:

  • In general, we will retain all your Personal Data until the deletion of your user account, if applicable;
  • Exceptionally, and unless provided otherwise by local Privacy and Data Protection Laws, we may store your email address and your name and last name for the purpose of electronic marketing activities for no longer than 3 years starting from our last communication with you. You may at any moment exercise your right to object to the processing of your Personal Data for this purpose.

If you object to the processing of your Personal Data for electronic marketing purposes, we will retain your Personal Data for the duration necessary to comply with, and prove our compliance with, your request, and will delete your Personal Data unless they are necessary for the accomplishment of another purpose, such as the use of our Site or services.

For any other type of processing aside from electronic marketing, we retain your Personal Data for the entire duration of our commercial relationship and, at its termination, we keep your Personal Data for the maximum duration authorized by law for tax and accounting purposes. We may also archive your Personal Data for the duration of any legal obligations, after which we will periodically delete them unless further processing is necessary for other purposes mentioned above.

Below is a table indicating how long we keep your data according to specific purposes:

PurposesRetention Period
Pre-contractual customer relationship management5 years
Sending relevant information about vehicles and services, measuring performance of our advertising, sales and after sales services
  • 5 years for customers
  • 3 years otherwise
Sending personalized advertising about vehicles, products and services and providing personalized customer experiences
  • 5 years for customers
  • 3 years otherwise
Carrying out customer satisfaction surveysThe duration of the study
Processing your job applicationFor the duration of the application process, unless the application results in an employment relationship with Nissan

9. What Are Your Rights Regarding Your Personal Data?

In accordance with the applicable Privacy and Data Protection Laws, you may be able to exercise the following rights regarding your Personal Data processing by Nissan:

Right to accessYou have the right to obtain from the Data Controller (us) confirmation on whether we process your Personal Data or not, and if we do, access to such Personal Data as well as information on their use.
Right to rectificationYou have the right to require the Data Controller (us) to rectify Personal Data related to you that may be inaccurate, without undue delay.
Right to erasureYou have the right to require the Data Controller (us) to erase your Personal Data and we are obliged to erase them as requested without undue delay, when one of the following conditions applies:
  • the Personal Data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which we collected them or otherwise processed;
  • you retract your consent on which the processing of your Personal Data is based, and we have no other legal bases for the processing;
  • you object to the data processing and we have no compelling legitimate grounds for processing your Personal Data.
Right to restriction of processingYou have the right to require the Data Controller (us) to restrict the processing of your Personal Data if one of the following conditions applies:
  • you contest the accuracy of your Personal Data, and wish to restrict the processing of your data during the period required of us to verify the accuracy of your Personal Data;
  • the data processing is unlawful and you oppose the erasure of your Personal Data and request the restriction of their use instead;
  • we no longer need your Personal Data for the purposes of the processing, but you require them for the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims;
  • you have objected to the processing of your Personal Data, and wish to restrict their processing pending the verification of whether our compelling legitimate grounds for processing override your grounds for objecting to it.
Right to data portabilityYou have the right to require us to provide to you the Personal Data that concerns you and that you have provided to us, in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. You also have the right to require us to transmit those data to another controller.
Right to objectYou have the right to object to our processing of your Personal Data at any time if:
  • the processing is based on our Legitimate interest, or
  • your Personal Data are processed for direct marketing purposes.

For the processing activities regarding your Personal Data for which consent is legally required, you may withdraw your consent at any moment should you wish to do so. However, this withdrawal will in no way affect the lawfulness of the processing that was based on consent before the withdrawal, or subsequent processing of the same Personal Data based on other legal bases such as the performance of a contract or a legal obligation to which we are subject.

We will treat your requests with particular care in order to assure the effectiveness of your rights. If necessary, we may also ask that you provide us with additional information in order to confirm you identity before responding to your request.

Please note that under certain circumstances, such as the existence of legal obligations, we may not be able to respond to your request immediately. We will notify you of the measures taken in relation to your request within a month, unless there are exceptional circumstances justifying an extension that shall not exceed two additional months. In such a case, we will inform you of the extension and the justifications for the extension within a month from the receipt of your request.

You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the relevant authority. If you are a resident of the European Union, the full list of Data Protection Authorities of member states of the European Union can be found at the following link:

Please do not hesitate to contact us at our Data Protection Contact Point should you wish to make any requests in relation to your rights, or obtain more information on how we process your Personal Data.

10. Changes to This Privacy Notice

We may amend this Privacy Notice from time to time in order to reflect any changes in law or our data processing activities, publication of new guidelines by the relevant authorities or technological developments.

We recommend that you review this Privacy Notice each time you visit our Site so that you can stay informed on our collection, use and sharing of your Personal Data.



  1. What exactly are cookies?
  2. Why do we use them?
  3. Disabling cookies
  4. Cookies you will find on this site


Cookies are very small text files that are saved to your computer when you visit a website. On our website we use these cookies to see and understand what you’re doing on our site and how you arrived there and think about how we could make the experience better and more targeted. We use cookies to understand how you’re using our website and how we can provide you with the best experience for your needs. Some of the cookies that we use are supplied by third parties for platforms that help us analyse, understand and reach our customers better.


We like to improve our website and the ways we help people reach it. Using cookies helps give us the information we need to be able to do this, such as which device you used to get there or which pages you were interested in. We might also use some cookies just to help the website work better for you, such as remembering your login details or language preferences.
We might also use something called web beacons or browser storage. These allow us to store some data across a number of times that you might use the site from the same device or tell us when you may have visited a particular piece of content such as an email or a newsletter.
The important thing to remember is that cookies aren’t necessarily bad for you or your computer. Cookies are simply a way of holding information about you that typically either help improve your use of a website or help feed into improvements for it and other communications in general.


Of course, if you decide that cookies are just not for you, then you can disable them. You can do this in general across your browser, or you can pick and choose the sites that you want to allow to use cookies with you. Here’s a list of how to disable cookies in different browsers.

You can completely opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics with the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on



    • Disabling cookies in Internet Explorer – View Here


    • Disabling cookies on iOS devices; – View Here


    • Disabling cookies on Android devices; – View Here

If you wish to opt-out from tracking by Mouseflow, you can do so at


Cookie compliance cookie


When you first arrive on our site, there will be a pop-up message, asking you to tell us your cookie preferences. Depending on what you tell us, we will store a cookie to remember these.

Necessary Cookies
These cookies are essential for the functioning of the site.

Performance Cookies


We use Google Analytics cookies to collect information about how you use our website to help us understand how you are using it, how you got here and what you are interested in. We can discover things like which sites you’re coming from or which of our articles and adverts you liked the best. This is so that we can continually improve our online experience and communications with you. Google Analytics stores information such as which pages you have visited and what you clicked while you were here.


These are the Google Analytics cookies that we use:


If you want to get the full ins and outs on the cookies used within google analytics then you can visit this great article.


You can also learn more about cookies from Google Analytics by reading these sites


We also sometimes place third party cookies from our trusted analytics supplier Mouseflow (ApS Flaesketorvet 68, 1711 Copenhagen V, Denmark).  This cookie tracks user activity, page content, click/touch, movement, scroll, and keystroke activity (in some cases). If you are located in Europe, your IP address, keystroke activity, and personal information are never stored or shared with any third-parties. We process and keep all data for our own website within Europe and, if you wish to opt-out from tracking by Mouseflow, you can do so at


We use platforms such as Google, Facebook, Twitter and Doubleclick to communicate and advertise to you. We want to make these communications as relevant as possible so we use cookies from these providers on our website to allow us to use information such as which content you have seen from us or which device you are on to serve you more relevant advertising. The cookies we use in this respect are:

ads/ga-audiencesto allow us to better use Google Adwords

For more information on the privacy policy of Google Adwords, the company we use to help us advertise,

You may opt out of Google’s use of cookies by visiting the Google advertising opt-out page

Twitter Conversion TrackerThis cookie is from Twitter and helps us communicate better to our audiences between our website and the Twitter platform in terms of the content that we serve them.
For further information about the Twitter Conversion Tracker please see:
Facebook PixelThe Facebook Pixel is a cookie from Facebook that helps us understand how audiences have interacted with our Facebook advertising and website, to help us make better decisions on Facebook advertising. For further information about the Facebook Pixel please see:

To opt out of these cookies across your full web browsing experience, not just our site, then you will need to do this directly with the providers such as Facebook and Twitter. If you want to know more about how these cookies might be being used, just visit Network Advertising Initiative website or

Other Third Party Cookies 

If you view something called “embedded content” on our site (e.g. when there is a Youtube video pasted in our page) then you might receive cookies from these sites – please make sure you check directly on the third party websites for more information about these cookies and how to direct them.


Further information about cookies

To learn a bit more about cookies and what they are you can visit this great link at and, if you would like to opt out of cookies across the board, then you can visit If the Network Advertising Initiative website

Select Contract Type