2018 Nissan Titan Review


2018 Nissan Titan Review - The Titan has the same workhorse DNA as its pickup-truck peers, which results in comparable physical features: tremendous exterior dimensions, impressive capacity, and amazing flexibility. What separates the Nissan from its huge-selling residential opponents-- besides their years of branding and committed followings? Not as high as you would believe.
2018 Nissan Titan Review

2018 Nissan Titan Review

Pick-up customers that chance a glance at the Titan will certainly discover a civilized cabin, an adjustable cargo box, and a specialized off-road trim. On the surface, Nissan's latest effort to lure buyers from residential light-duty pickups shows up well developed. Regrettable the Titan suffers from an unimaginative style, a rougher ride compared to opponents, and also obsolete infomercial. Nissan's Titan is proof that playing in the pickup-truck major league is very easy; it's winning that's hard.

After the first-generation Titan spent greater than a years in family member obscurity, Nissan completely upgraded its half-ton pick-up for 2018. It gets here one year after the company launched the tweener Titan XD in an attempt to bridge the gap between light- and also sturdy pick-ups. The routine Titan shares its Solitary Taxi, King Taxi (brief four-door), and Staff Cab arrangements with the Titan XD, in addition to its outside look. Although both Titans look practically the same, the light-duty version is improved a various framework with a wheelbase that's about a foot much shorter for crew-cab versions. It has actually been reported that a V-6 engine could be offered in 2018 on the half-ton, but that stays to be seen.

2018 Nissan Titan Review

Trims and Alternatives We 'd Pick
The Titan places near all-time low of our truck-of-choice listing. For the optimal pickup-truck experience, see the 10Best-winning Ford F-150 or either of GM's seasonal contenders, the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 as well as the GMC Sierra 1500. Still, the Titan isn't really without value. We think the two-door regular taxi offers a wonderful value to commercial individuals who don't have a Ford, Chevy, or Ram logo tattooed on their hindquarters. Regardless of its limited guest ability, the regular-cab Titan has an 8.2-foot bed, V-8 power, and also numerous conventional attributes we value. These consist of:
  1. - A damped tailgate that opens up as well as closes easily
  2. - Bluetooth sound and phone streaming
  3. - Keyless entrance with push-button start
  4. - Power doors and windows locks

The base, regular-cab S model starts at $30,775; 4x4 includes $3030 to every Titan. We would certainly include the S Convenience & Energy package ($800), which adds an overhead storage space console, a spray-in bedliner, as well as a Course IV trailer drawback. That combination is good for $31,575 of commercial-grade functionality and also convenient comfort.


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