Nissan Titan Model Review

15/21  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
6.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
6
Seats
67", 78.7" or 98.5"
Bed Lengths

What's New for the 2018 Nissan Titan?

Since 2004, Nissan has been delighting drivers with the power and sophistication of the Titan full-size truck. This popular truck model has been overhauled numerous times over the years so that it continues to meet the needs and desires of truck drivers. Most recently, Nissan has made substantial changes to the 2018 model to deliver improved performance, enhanced safety and an overall more comfortable experience on the road. Changes carry throughout the exterior as well. A new grille and redesigned front headlights give the already stylish Titan an even more appealing look.

2018 Nissan Titan Interior

The 2018 Nissan Titan Lineup

You likely have specific features that you are looking for in your next full-size truck, and you may have a budget that you need to stay within. The 2018 Nissan Titan is available in five trim levels, and these are the S, the SV, the Pro, the SL and the Platinum Reserve. This wide range of options is further enhanced by king, crew and single cab options for all trims. You can also choose between a 4x4 or a 4x2 option, seven exterior hues and three interior hues. These are only some of the variations available to you, and this makes it easy to create the Titan that is ideal for you. All Titan trims are well-equipped with standard features, and this includes power windows, remote power door locks, a bed liner, 18 to 20-inch alloy wheels, mud guards or splash guards and a manual lock for the liftgate. Other standard features include speed-sensitive volume for the four-speaker sound system, power steering, cruise control, controls for cruise and audio on the tilting steering wheel, a full instrumentation panel and more.

Lighter, Stronger, More Capable

2018 Nissan Titan ExteriorNissan has trimmed the weight of the Titan by several hundred pounds. This creates enhanced fuel economy and performance without affecting durability. The capable engine delivers a robust performance with 400 foot-pounds for torque along with 350 horsepower. This is a V8, 5.6-liter gas engine. Some of the other features that affect your experience behind the wheel include a revamped front independent suspension system, rear and front-end stabilization bars, an Aisin automatic transmission, direct fuel injection and variable valve timing. Additional features available with select Titan trucks are front-wheel drive, full-time four-wheel drive, part-time four-wheel drive and gear selection.

Technological Advances in Safety

2018 Nissan Titan RearNotably, the new Titan registered higher than the 2017 model on all five safety tests conducted by the IIHS. In fact, it received the highest scores possible for all five tests. Because safety on the road may be a top concern, you will love the fact that this truck comes with standard features like front and side airbags throughout the cab, a front passenger sensor for the airbag, rear ventilated and front ventilated disc brakes, a panic button with the remote theft deterrent feature, braking assistance, front seatbelt pretensioners, height adjustments for the seatbelts and headrests throughout the cab, driveline traction control, four-wheel ABS, side impact support beams and electronic stability control. Stop by Pinnacle Nissan to learn more about the 2018 Titan.

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