Enigma, the OEM 19" sport wheels take the 3rd lug nut, the capped one.
The uncapped one is essentially the same lug nut, but some bean counter figured that they'd be saving a whole lot of money if they only sold 2/3 of a lug nut.
Just kidding, that shorter height enables it to fit under those large diameter wheel caps like what the base model 18" wheels came with. Plus, no concerns for appearance.
The shank style lug nut with a washer is the OEM nut for most newer Nissan wheels. I am not sure when they switched to that on other platforms, but the M switched in 2011 with the Y51.
The left-most lug nut happens to be the correct 12x1.25 thread for our lug studs. It also has the proper seat for the OEM Y50 wheels, which is always something to pay attention to while buying non OEM.
Since this is a safety issue, allow me to offer more info, and perhaps an anecdote.
I retained that aftermarket one as a sample when I gave a friend some OEM lug nuts from my stash. He had had a spate of wobbly wheels, loose and disappearing lug nuts, along with stripped and broken studs and asked me to help him make sense of it.
I came to find out he had a mix of lug nuts sourced from like 6 different places, and he kept messing with them when he switched between his aftermarket and OEM wheels.
1. There were a few OEM lug nuts on OEM studs.
2. There were OEM lug nuts on aftermarket studs.
3. There were a few aftermarket nuts on original studs.
4. Some of the aftermarket lug nuts were the OEM style, and some were "tuner lugs".
5. Some of the aftermarket studs were the wrong thread for OEM nuts.
6. Some of the aftermarket studs were a different thread, but had a matching nut somewhere else.
7. As you can imagine, this was a perfect recipe for thread damage, and several studs and nuts did get damaged.
8. Not surprisingly, some studs were broken.
To remedy it, I was able to play musical lugnuts to match the off-spec nuts to their respective off-spec studs, and patched him up in readiness for the road. I pointed out that this was just a bandaid and he should strongly consider buying a full set of proper studs and lug nuts.
I don't know if he ever did, but he went on his merry way while I made sure to stay the hell out of his way.