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

In 2004, the first generation of the Nissan Titan was released, and this well-designed truck quickly earned a positive reputation for performance, features and overall style. Nissan launched the second generation of this full-size truck in 2016 with a major facelift and many new features. Minor improvements have been added to the Titan for each following year. If you are thinking about taking home a 2019 Titan, you will benefit from a larger color display screen than what was offered in the 2018 model year. You may also now add a premium Fender sound system to your truck. Before deciding if the 2019 Titan is right for you, make plans to stop by the dealership and take a closer look at the available trims.


2019 Nissan Titan Interior

What are the Trims in the 2019 Nissan Titan?

The 2019 Nissan Titan is available in six trims with three cabin configurations. The trims are the S, SV, SL, Pro-4X, Midnight Edition and Platinum Reserve. These are available in single, crew and king cab variations. Manual front seat adjusters with cloth interior are standard for lower trims, and your Titan may have leather interior with power seat adjusters for higher trims. When you visit the dealership soon to admire each available trim, you can inquire about standard and optional features for each trim. A few of these items include a navigation system, a push-button ignition, USB ports, a rear entertainment system paired with wireless headphones, cruise control and sound buttons mounted to the steering wheel, power one-touch windows, HD radio, SiriusXM satellite radio, climate control, Bluetooth technology, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, an infotainment system with a color display screen, speed-sensitive power door locks, remote keyless entry and other features. For detailed information about standard and optional equipment for each trim, contact us for assistance.

Power & Performance in the Nissan Titan

2019 Nissan Titan Exterior FrontAn important factor for many buyers who are looking for a new full-size truck is power, so you may be thrilled to learn that the 2019 Titan is available with several powertrain options. One of the more common powertrain options that Titan buyers opt for is a 5.6-liter, V8 gas engine. Mated with an auto transmission, this engine generates 390 horsepower along with 395 pounds-feet of torque. This and other available powertrains combine with numerous additional features to ensure a stellar experience behind the wheel. A few of these additional items include rear and front ventilated disc brakes, iridium-tipped spark plugs, stabilizer bars for the front and rear, VVEL technology, an independent rear multi-leaf and front double-wishbone suspension, rear-wheel drive, anti-lock brakes, rear-wheel drive, electronic brakeforce distribution and hill start assistance. Before deciding which trim to take home, make plans to test drive several powertrain options suitable for the 2019 Titan.

Nissan Titan Safety Features

2019 Nissan Titan Exterior RearChoosing the right full-size pickup truck to take home requires a close review of safety features. The 2019 Nissan Titan will not disappoint you in this important area. A new feature for the 2019 Titan alerts drivers when a rear door opens, such as to protect children and pets in the rear row. Your Titan may be loaded with many safety items that were include in last year's model. These include a blind spot monitor, a rear cross-traffic alert, an easy-fill alert with a TPMS, front seatbelt pretensioners, 3-point safety harnesses for all passengers with load limiters, steel side-door guard beams, rear row LATCH child safety equipment, trailer sway control, front and rear crumpling zones, hood creases, an energy-absorbing steering column, active brake limited slip and other items.

Contact our Nissan sales associates today to inquire about trims and current availability and to take a test drive.


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