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?

For new vehicle buyers who are interested in buying a quality full-size truck soon, a closer look at what the 2018 Nissan Titan offers is a smart step to take. The 2017 model was well-equipped and stylish, and Nissan has taken this already incredible truck and made it even better. Its new design has resulted in much lighter body weight, and this facilitates enhanced fuel economy and better overall performance. On the exterior, you will notice that thoughtful changes to the grille and headlights have dramatically improved the style of the 2018 Titan.

2018 Nissan Titan Interior

A Wide Variety of Trims and Features

Nissan understands that there is not a perfect model for all truck buyers. Because of this, it offers buyers five trim levels to choose from, and these are all available with a single, king or crew cab. A 4x4 or a 4x2 option is also available for all five 2018 trims. These trims from lowest to highest are the S, the SV, the Pro, the SL and the Platinum Reserve. You can differentiate your new truck from others on the market by choosing to between seven stylish exterior colors and three interior hues for your choice of cloth or leather seats. The 2018 Titan has many standard features as well as upgrades available with select trims. Standard features for all 2018 trim levels include 18 to 20-inch wheels, a manual liftgate lock, mud or splash guards, a bed liner, remote keyless power door locks, climate control, power windows, and much more.

Performance Under the Hood

2018 Nissan Titan ExteriorThe Titan is well-designed throughout the interior and exterior, it also will impress you with incredible force. The 5.6-liter, V8 engine accepts regular unleaded fuel. Because the truck is lighter than in previous years, this engine generates up to 350 horsepower and up to 400 ft.-pounds of torque. Other related features include a revamp of front independent suspension from last year, variable valve timing, stabilization bars in the front and rear, direct fuel injection and more. Some trims also give you hi-lo gear selection as well as your choice of part-time four-wheel drive, full-time four-wheel drive or front-wheel drive.

Preemptive Safety Features

2018 Nissan Titan RearNissan takes the safety of its customers seriously, and it has made considerable strides in the safety performance of the Titan. When you compare safety test scores of the 2017 model to the current model, you will notice a vast improvement. In fact, the 2018 Titan received the highest safety scores possible for all five of the IIHS tests. To impress you with genuinely safe driving experience, Nissan has loaded the 2018 model with an excellent range of features. The features include driveline traction control, electronic stability, an anti-theft security system, a panic alert button, braking assistance, height-adjustable seat belts with front seat pretensioners, height-adjustable headrests for all passengers, side impact support bars, four-wheel ABS, numerous airbags throughout the cab and a unique deactivation sensor for the front passenger occupant. Visit our local dealership on today at Crown Nissan of Decatur for a test drive!

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