Nissan paint, exact match guaranteed
All colors guaranteed to match

All of our colors come right out of the manufacturer’s books. Under our Color Match Guarantee, we make sure that the color provided to you is a match for the one on your vehicle. Learn More →

Nissan Touch Up Paint Warranty
Protect Your Purchase With TUDCare

TUDCare is TouchUpDirect's 12 month, one-time, same color replacement warranty. TUDCare comes free with the purchase of any of our Platinum Kits. If you lose your applicator for any reason, we will send you an entire replacement kit for free. That way, if your dog steals your applicator for his hoard, you'll be covered. Learn More →

What tools do I need for a Nissan touch up paint job?

Nissan Touch Up Paint Tools including Polishing compound, sand paper, tack cloth, clearcoat, basecoat, primer and wax and grease remover wipe

To create the best looking coat for your vehicle, we recommend the following:

PRIMER, COLOR, AND CLEARCOAT - It goes without saying that you need paint to do a touch up paint job. Clearcoat provides a thin protective layer for your paint job while Primer is required for damage that has reached the original base material.

WAX AND GREASE REMOVER CLOTH - The wax and grease remover cloth is used to remove wax, grease, and contaminants before painting.

SANDPAPER - Wet-sanding the affected area removes rust and prepares the surface with a rough finish so the paint can stick better.

TACK CLOTH - The tack cloth removes dust and dirt before painting.

POLISHING COMPOUND - The polishing compound smooths everything out with a factory-grade finish.

These tools are all available with our Platinum kit but can be purchased separately on the TouchUpDirect website.




How to apply Nissan touch up paint?

Looking for help with painting your Nissan? We have an entire library of instructions and how-to videos designed to walk you through the process.

How to find your Nissan Paint Code?

How to find your Nissan Paint Code?

To make sure you have an exact color match, the simplest option is to have your Nissan paint color code ready. The paint code stickers can be found in different locations, but they all contain three digits. Whether they are letters, numbers or a combination of the two. On the bottom left corner of the sticker, you will find "Color/Color Trim" and your code will be right underneath. The color code is typically located on the driver side door jamb, on the door pillar or even on the hinge area of the door. If you did not find your code there, it may be located on the firewall - on the center or on the passenger side or on the engine compartment and possibly on the radiator support. Nissan Paint Code Examples: K36, RAQ, QAB
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Nissan history and information

Nissan Story

The Nissan Motor Corporation went through many changes before it became what it is today, one of the top 5 largest car manufacturers in Japan. Operating under the name Datsun in its early years, the Nissan brand was introduced in the mid 1930s. Their primary market were little pickups and trucks for the simple reason that the use of passenger cars was not widespread in Japan at the time. This all changed when they proposed the little DAT car and Datsun car. From this point on, Nissan made big progress, the Datsun type 15 even became the first mass-produced vehicle in Japan. The company started exporting cars and trucks in Australia but it was only a stepping stone to their entry in the American market. Their early success in the U.S. market was supported by the use of the latest technological advancement and their design inspired by the Italian style. Similar to other Japanese manufacturers, Nissan was also favored in America during the oil crisis for their smaller high-quality economic models. In 1999 Nissan entered an alliance with French car maker Renault, the joint venture is now known under the name Renault-Nissan B.V. This alliance proved very efficient for the brand and it completely revived its sales around the globe. Nissan effectively maintained their technological predispositions and as such, the company has become a pioneer of the electric and low-emission car market. The Nissan Leaf and its truck counterpart the Nissan e-NV200 are the figureheads of Nissan's electric car line. What would be better to sustain your Nissan's body paint than TouchUpDirect's line of eco-friendly and color exact match touch up paint? With its low VOC and the no waste product line, TouchUpDirect is really the best touch up paint you can use on your Nissan.