2020 Nissan Titan Model Review


16/22  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
6.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
6
Seats
67 or 78.7  in.
Bed Length

What's New For the 2020 Nissan Titan?

For 2020, the Nissan Titan comes back with furious vengeance. This popular pickup has made many new changes to its impressive physique. First and foremost, the new Titan will offer a refined exterior that looks more modern. For better and more aggressive performance capability, Nissan has done a good job of re-tuning the truck's engine. The 2020 Nissan Titan will also come equipped with more driver assistance systems than before. The brand's Safety Shield 360 system has been upgraded with Pedestrian Detection, Automatic-Emergency Braking, High-Beam Assist, and many other advanced safety features. Nissan is also offering eight-and nine-inch touchscreen displays for the 2020 Titan.


2020 Nissan Titan Interior

The Nissan Titan Has Many Features Across Several Trims

The 2020 Nissan Titan will come in a variety of trim levels, including the Standard, SL, Platinum Reserve, and Pro 4X. Nissan will be offering new LED lighting for the front-and rear-ends of the vehicle. There are even new LEDs in the pickup's bed. Depending on your choice of trim, the new Titan will come with three different grille options. The front grilles for the new year appear to be larger in size as well as more intricate.

To round out the exterior's appearance, consumers can choose from a range of exterior paints. This includes red metallic, red alert, super black, gunmetal, Baja storm, deep blue, and more. Of course, consumers can also expect Android Auto as well as Apple CarPlay technologies. There's even a customizable driver display and a 12-speaker audio system by Fender.

2020 Titan Power & Performance

2020 Nissan TitanThe new Nissan Titan has been primed for much better road performance. Gone are the days of the 5.0-liter diesel engine. This particular engine has been replaced with a 5.6-liter V8, and this V8 will crank out at least 390 horsepower. In addition to that, consumers can expect to receive up to 394 pound-feet of torque. The higher-end trim of this pickup will generate up to 400 horsepower as well as 413 pound-feet of torque. The maximum towing capacity is expected to be over 10,000 pounds. Owning the road shouldn't be a problem under any kind of conditions.

Which Safety Features are Available on the Nissan Titan?

2020 Nissan TitanAs stated above, the 2020 Nissan Titan has overhauled its suite of advanced safety features. The Titan was already impressive in this particular department, but Nissan has decided to up the ante. The vehicle's ultrasonic sensors are a bit more effective than before, and they'll scan the roadways for any possible road hazard. If a road hazard is detected, then the driver will get an immediate alert. Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Monitoring, and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert have been added.


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