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?

Selecting the right full-size truck to purchase can seem confusing because of the many models are available to choose. However, after you learn about the exciting new changes in the 2018 Nissan Titan, you will see that this is a truck that should be a top contender. You may be aware that the 2017 Titan has exceptional qualities and features that many drivers enjoyed thoroughly, but Nissan has made substantial improvements to make the 2018 model even better. For example, the revamp exterior design of the 2018 Titan appears more aggressive yet still refined. Changes throughout the interior and exterior have resulted in improved safety test scores compared to last year's model. Also, this truck is significantly lighter than last year's model. Aforementioned creates better fuel economy and improved driving performance.

2018 Nissan Titan Interior

Extensive Trims & Features

Nissan has made a substantial effort to create a full-size truck that many drivers would find appealing, and one of the ways that it has accomplished this goal is through its five trim levels paired with multiple cab and drivetrain options. The five trims that you can choose from are the Platinum Reserve, the SL, the Pro, the SV and the S from highest to lowest. With 4x4 and 4x2 options as well as single, king and crew cabs available for all five trims, you can quickly create the right truck for your needs. Remember that there are also three interior colors and seven exterior colors that you can select. Each of these trim and cab options offers unique features and benefits that you can enjoy, but they all provide a full list of standard features. Some of the standard features include power windows, cruise control, buttons for cruise control and audio functions on the tilt-adjusting steering wheel, remote keyless door locks, 18 x 8-inch wheels, a durable bed liner, and more.

Under the Hood of the Titan

2018 Nissan Titan ExteriorYou will find that this truck handles comparatively better than the 2017 model. It also has improved fuel economy ratings. In all five trim levels available for 2018, you will enjoy the power of a gas-powered V8, 5.6-liter engine. This engine is capable of providing you with 400 foot-pounds of torque and up to 350 horsepower. The variable valve timing, a stabilization bar in the front and rear, a front independent suspension, four-wheel or front-wheel drive and direct fuel injection will enhance your experience behind the wheel. Some of the options include an Aisin seven-speed or six-speed automatic transmission, hi-lo gear selection and adjustable four-wheel drive.

Innovative Safety Technology

2018 Nissan Titan RearThe matter of safety is an essential matter to Nissan when designing the 2018 Titan. When you compare safety test scores between the 2017 and 2018 models, you will notice that Nissan has dramatically improved safety in the new model. For all five IIHS safety tests, the 2018 Titan received the highest scores possible. Some trim levels have additional safety features, but all trims include an engine immobilizer, driveline traction control, front and rear ventilated disc brakes, electronic stability, four-wheel ABS, and more. Cerritos Nissan is your source for more information about the 2018 Nissan Titan. Stop by our dealership today for a test drive.

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