The Nissan Crew was a mid-sizesedan manufactured by Nissan Motors, sold only in Japan and mostly used as taxicabs, for driver training, and by the municipal police force. A better equipped civilian model was available between 1994–2002 known as "Crew Saloon". Its FR layout and simple construction created a steady following converting Crews into racing use.
Its main competitor was the Toyota Comfort. It was introduced in June 1993 and updated in 1998, 2001 and 2005. It was discontinued in June 2009.