2019 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  in.
Bed Length

What's New For the 2019 Nissan Titan

Before selecting a new full-size truck to take home, take time to learn what the 2019 Nissan Titan offers. This has been a popular truck model that drivers have preferred for many years, and Nissan made huge improvements to an already-wonderful design when it released the 2016 Titan. Moderate updates have been made each year since, and this includes improvements in the 2019 model year. Some of the improvements to the 2019 Nissan Titan include a larger infotainment display screen and an optional upgraded audio system from Fender. The Nissan sales associates at our local dealership are available to help you explore the options on our lot and to answer any questions you have about the trims and features for 2019.


2019 Nissan Titan Interior

2019 Nissan Titan Has Abundant Features

As is the case with last year's Titan, the 2019 Nissan Titan is available in your choice of crew, king or single cab configurations. There are also several trims available, and these are the S, SV, SL, Pro-4X, Midnight Edition and Platinum Reserve. Lower Titan trims are equipped with cloth seating and manual front seat adjustments while higher trims have heated and power-adjusting leather seats. A few of the many additional features that you may benefit from in your new Titan include cruise control, HD radio, remote keyless entry, multiple USB ports, climate control, a navigation system, SiriusXM satellite radio, mounted controls on the steering wheel, power door locks and windows, a push-button ignition, a rear entertainment system with wireless headphones, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a 5-inch or 7-inch display screen for the infotainment equipment and a few other quality features that improve your comfort on the road. By reaching out to our Titan experts at our Nissan dealership, you can get up-to-date information about the truck so that you can make a smart purchase.

Nissan Titan Handles Hauling Toys or Heavy Equipment with Ease

2019 Nissan Titan Exterior FrontThe performance capabilities of any full-size truck that you are considering must be reviewed closely, and by doing so, you will see that the 2019 Nissan Titan will not disappoint you in this area. The base powertrain, for example, is a 5.6-liter, V8 engine that registers with 390 horsepower as well as 394 ft.-pounds of torque. You may also choose an upgraded powertrain with select trims. Your 2019 Titan's performance will be enhanced by a front double wishbone suspension, front and rear stabilization bars, a multi-leaf rear suspension, 4-wheel anti-locking brakes, electronic brakeforce distribution, vented front, and rear disc brakes, iridium-tipped spark plugs, hill descent control, hill start assist, a 7-speed auto transmission, rear-wheel drive, VVEL technology and a few other performance-based items. With multiple powertrains available, it makes sense to test drive several options before deciding which truck to take home.

2019 Nissan Titan Safety

2019 Nissan Titan Exterior RearWith this truck's large size and exceptional safety features, this is a vehicle that inspires a high level of confidence on the road. A new safety feature for 2019 alerts the driver when a rear door is opened. Some of the additional equipment that carry forward from the 2018 model year include hood buckle creases, a rear cross-traffic alert, front and side airbags, a roof-mounted supplemental airbag, a rollover sensor with a curtain airbag, front and side airbags, a tire pressure monitor with an easy-fill tire alert, steel side-door guard beams, an energy-absorbing steering column, front and rear area crumple zones, a LATCH system, trailer sway control, 3-point safety harnesses for the front and rear rows, load limiters, seatbelt pretensioners, a blind spot warning, traction and stability management features, active brake limited slip, a rear cross-traffic alert and a few additional features.

If you are ready to take a closer look at the 2019 Nissan Titan and to take it out for a test drive, now is the time to stop by our Nissan dealership and speak to one of our friendly sales agents.


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