Unlike my previous car that had the radio built into the head of the key and pocket holes in your pockets, this car uses a plain metal key.
I had purchased a flip key shell and blank and swapped the radio over which held the
chip and got the dealer to cut it. This time around with the Nissan I did the same, but found one with a radio inside. I may not get an oem RKE system for the car, but I maybe able to program it for something down the road.
Got the local dealer to cut the key. They didnt seem to understand my car was the S model and that I wanted it as a fidget gadget to play with between my rounds of pocket pool. They ended up cutting it for free.