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 automotive buyers who are in the market for a quality full-size truck, the 2018 Nissan TITAN is a vehicle that deserves a closer look. While the 2017 model was exceptional in many ways, Nissan made substantial efforts to improve this truck for 2018. The new 2018 TITAN has a revamped exterior that combines an aggressive look with sophistication. The truck has a substantially lighter weight than the 2017 model, and this results in improved fuel economy and performance capabilities. Improved scores on safety tests and various smaller updates from bumper to bumper add to the list of benefits that you can enjoy when you buy the 2018 Nissan TITAN.

2018 Nissan Titan Interior

A Powerful Truck with Many Options

The 2018 TITAN is a truck that appeals to many buyers today, and one reason for this is because of the incredible range of cab and trim configurations. The primary trim levels available this year are the Platinum Reserve, SL, Pro, SV and S. The trims are available in your choice of 4x4 or 4x2 options as well as crew, king or single cabs. Additional options include three interior colors and seven exterior colors. As you might imagine, standard equipment in these various trims for 2018 vary, but there are some standard features that are loaded into most 2018 TITAN trucks. These standard features include a well-designed instrumentation panel, four speakers with a quality sound system, speed-sensitive volume control, USB ports, climate control, a manual liftgate lock, splash guards, at least 18 x 8-inch wheels, a bed liner, cruise and audio controls on the tilting steering wheel, remote keyless door locks, power windows and more.

2018 Nissan Titan Horsepower

2018 Nissan Titan ExteriorA primary concern for many truck buyers today is power. While you need to find a truck that has a comfortable interior and an appealing exterior, you also need power. The good news is that the base engine for all trim levels is a V8, 5.6-liter engine that has an astounding 350 horsepower and up to 400 foot-pounds of torque. The gas-powered engine performs exceptionally well because of the lighter body weight of the truck in 2018. Some trims come with electronic hi-lo gear selection and part-time four-wheel drive. Standard features for 2018 include direct fuel injection, a rear and front stabilizer bar, variable valve timing, a front independent suspension, four-wheel or rear-wheel drive and more. The transmission options include an Aisin six or seven-speed automatic transmission.

Nissan Titan Security and Safety

2018 Nissan Titan RearYour safety on the road as well as the safety of your passengers is critical, and the good news is that the 2018 TITAN lives up to your high expectations in this important area. In comparison to the 2017 TITAN, you will notice that the 2018 model has improved safety test scores. In fact, the 2018 model received the highest ratings possible for the five IIHS safety tests. One of the reasons for these high test scores is that the 2018 TITAN is loaded with thoughtful safety features. A few of these features include four-wheel ABS, front seatbelt pretensioners, height-adjusting headrests and seat belts, a security system with a panic alarm button, braking assistance, an occupant-sensing airbag deactivation feature, multiple airbags, driveline traction control, and engine immobilizer, front and rear ventilated disc brakes, four-wheel anti-locking brakes, electronic stability, side impact support bars and more.

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