Kindly Geek gives ethical vegans like you the insight you need to make informed choices.
We provide details of vegan interior options and trims for the
. You'll also find information on price, specifications, features, and useful resources for the vehicle, together with
's approach to corporate social responsibility and the environment.
We emailed the car manufacturer to ask them about vegan options for this car, here's their response.
We value your interest in vegan friendly options with the Nissan brand! Models such as the 2018 Altima 2.5 S, 2018 Murano S, 2018 Rogue S, and 2018 Sentra S will offer a cloth seats and options with the interior that would allow you to be animal-free.
We searched the vehicle brochures for vegan information, and we're pleased to say that
vegan trim option(s) for the
This means that certain
interiors don't contain any leather, suede, or other animal products. You can find details of the specific interior(s) below, together with plenty of other important information about the
The following trim and interior level(s) are vegan on the
Here's some important information for the vegan option(s) we show above:
Unfortunately, the following interior and trim options are not vegan:
If you want more vegan trim options, please get in contact with
We think the following approach would work well:
Here's the main reference information you need for the
. The information shown below is for the basic model and may change depending on the options you choose.
Manufacturer's price from:
3 yr./ 36000 mi.
Driver-side crash safety:
CSR score (out of 100):
Fuel tank capacity (gallons):
City range (miles):
Highway range (miles):
front wheel drive
1-speed direct drive
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We know that many vegans care deeply about how a car manufacturer approaches sustainability and environmentalism. It's also vital these manufacturers treat their employees and community well, and manage their business in a responsible and ethical way.
Here's what they say.
As a global automaker, Nissan takes active steps to identify the direct and indirect environmental effects of its activities, as well as those of its business partners throughout the value chain. The company pursues needed technologies and processes to help minimize the impact of its products on people and communities throughout their lifecycle, while also engaging in communication with society. The company provides customers with innovative products and promotes effective use of energy and resources by increasing sourcing diversity, such as with renewable energy and recycled materials. In this way, Nissan is aiming to achieve its environmental philosophy of “a Symbiosis of People, Vehicles and Nature."
achieved a corporate social responsibility score of
out of 100 fromCSR hub.
Nissan’s ultimate goal is to limit the environmental impact and resource consumption of its corporate activities and its vehicles during their entire lifecycle to a level at which the planet can naturally absorb them. Toward this goal, the company pursues activities in three key areas: reducing CO2 emissions, promoting resource recycling and preserving air, water, soil, and biodiversity.