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Nissan Titan

The Nissan Titan in a full-size pickup truck that met the public in 2004. It offers Crew Cab and King Cab versions. Nissan enters this model in the American pickup truck market. The Titan has a big engine, plenty of room in the cab, and an impressive towing capacity. Because the Nissan Titan has only a few body styles available, this truck attracts more attention from consumers who need a work vehicle.

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About the Nissan Titan

The Nissan Titan has a reputation for its towing capacity, big engine, and roomy cab. It has a maximum towing capacity of 9500 pounds. Its huge 5.6-liter, 32-valve VK56DE engine gives it that capacity by producing 317 horsepower and 385 lb-ft of torque while coupled with a standard five-speed automatic transmission.

This truck receives praise for its abundant passenger space. The King Cab and the Crew Cab both seat four people. The rear-seat passengers have plenty of head and shoulder room. The King Cab has full-size rear doors that open out to 180 degrees.

Nissan Titan Features

The 2012 Nissan Titan comes in six trim levels with a healthy cache of standard features. The lineup includes the extended-cab King Cab model with a standard 6’6” cargo bed and the Crew Cab, which comes with a choice of a short 5’7” or a long 7’3” cargo bed. All six trim levels offer either two- or four-wheel drive. The rear seats fold up to access a large, flat load floor for hauling items inside the cab, and the front passenger seatback folds forward to provide a work table.

The interior of the 2012 Nissan Titan is spacious with pleasantly comfortable seating. After the first few moments behind the wheel of the 2012 Nissan Titan, drivers will notice first that the rack-and-pinion steering is nicely weighted, it handles well, and the engine responds to every touch. This truck proves relatively nimble for its size and easy to drive on pavement. There is a marked smoothness when driving on gravel or cracks and dips in the road. However, it does have a stiff suspension.

Nissan Titan Evolution

The 2007 Nissan Titan is a full-size truck available as either a King or Crew Cab. It comes in three models: the XE, SE, and LE. This truck contains a standard 5.6-liter, V-8 engine that produces 317 horsepower and 385 lb-ft of torque. It has an impressive maximum towing capacity of 9500 pounds. Fuel economy rates at 14/18 mpg city/highway.

Standard safety equipment includes multi-stage occupant-sensing front airbags, front passenger side-impact airbags, roof-mounted airbags for side-impact and rollover protection, reinforced body construction, hood buckling creases, and steel side-door guard beams. For entertainment, the Nissan Titan includes an eight-speaker AM/FM/CD stereo for the SE trim, and the LE trim gets a Rockford Fosgate-powered system with a six-disc, in-dash CD changer.

The 2008 Nissan Titan can be customized in a number of configurations. It offers both the King Cab version and the Crew Cab version, and both versions are available in either two-wheel or four-wheel drive. Various bed lengths come on the four trims, but only three of them can pair with the two-wheel drive. Some of the standard features include 18-inch, steel wheels, an AM/FM/CD stereo, cruise control, and a 40/20/40-split front bench seat. Other major options, depending on the trim level, include a navigation system, satellite radio, a DVD rear entertainment system, and a tow package.

The Titan contains a 317-horsepower, 5.6-liter, V-8 engine paired with a five-speed automatic transmission. The 2008 Titan King Cab has a towing capacity of 9500 pounds, and the maximum towing capacity for Crew Cab models reaches 9400 pounds. The 2008 Nissan Titan with two-wheel drive offers a smoother ride than the four-wheel drive versions. Acceleration is impressive on the highway.

The 2009 Nissan Titan remains virtually the same as the 2008 year model Titan. Nissan does not make any major changes to the vehicle for this year. The drivetrain has the same configuration, and the fuel economy and performance remain unchanged.

Loads of power, capable towing ability, spaciousness, and surprising refinement all combine their forces in the 2010 Nissan Titan full-size pickup truck. It features a factory 5.6-liter, V-8 engine that generates 317 horsepower and 385 lb-ft of torque. It comes standard with a five-speed automatic transmission. The standard towing capacity reaches 7400 pounds, but increases to 9300 pounds with optional equipment. Maximum payload rates at 2153 pounds.

The 2010 Nissan Titan comes in two versions: the King Cab, with outward-opening rear doors, and the Crew Cab, with conventional-hinged rear doors. The cabin feels spacious, with plenty of room for the rear passengers. The dashboard has a simple design and easy-to-read gauges.

Select a Nissan Titan Year

2013 Nissan Titan

Truck, Utility/Offroad


One of the more distinctive looking and sounding full-size truck imports on the market, the 2013 Nissan Titan is back without a lot of changes from previous year models.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $13,817

MPG
12-18
Seats
5-6

2012 Nissan Titan

Truck, Utility/Offroad


Very little has changed from 2011, but there is a new Brilliant Silver color option. The biggest addition for 2012 is Titan's new Sport Appearance Package available on King Cab and Crew Cab SV models. It includes dark hyper silver finish 20-inch wheels, dark grille treatment, body colored front and rear bumpers, black step rails, PRO-4X seats, lockable bedside storage compartment, white-faced gauges, fog lights, and captain's chairs.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $13,947

MPG
12-18
Seats
5-6

2011 Nissan Titan

Truck, Utility/Offroad


The Titan receives minor updates for the 2011 model year, including a “4x4” badge affixed to the tailgates on four-wheel-drive S, SV and SL models. The luxurious SL model gets standard captain’s chairs. And the new PRO-4X/SL Technology Package features a moonroof, a navigation system, and a DVD entertainment system with flip-down eight-inch LCD, remote control, auxiliary input, and wireless headphones

ESTIMATED RESALE: $11,990

MPG
12-18
Seats
5-6

2010 Nissan Titan
ESTIMATED RESALE: $11,342

MPG
12-18
Seats
5-6

2009 Nissan Titan

Truck, Utility/Offroad


The 2009 Nissan Titan was built in Tennessee and marks the first time a foreign manufacturer produced a serious full-size pickup capable of taking on the domestic competition.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $9,870

MPG
9-17
Seats
5-6

2008 Nissan Titan

Truck, Utility/Offroad


Nissan first introduced the Titan full-sized pickup truck during its 2004 model year.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $8,962

MPG
9-17
Seats
5-6

2007 Nissan Titan

Truck, Utility/Offroad


The 2007 Nissan Titan provides a full-size pickup truck that directly competes with Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge, and GMC, which have dominated the full-size truck market for decades.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $8,406

MPG
13-18
Seats
5

2006 Nissan Titan

Truck, Utility/Offroad


The 2006 Nissan Titan comes with an impressive display of power with a 5.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $8,252

MPG
14-19
Seats
5

2005 Nissan Titan

Truck, Utility/Offroad


For anyone buying a truck, the Nissan Titan should be on top of the list of options.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $8,063

MPG
14-19
Seats
5

2004 Nissan Titan

Truck, Utility/Offroad


The 2004 Nissan Titan reached the market in its premier model year with much acclaim.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $7,702

MPG
14-19
Seats
5

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