2020 Nissan Titan


2020 Nissan Titan

2020 Nissan Titan

Expected to release in early 2020, the Nissan Titan will have several improvements and some of the latest features for the new year. This pickup truck is a popular choice thanks to its unique styling and powerful performance, and it looks like both were revised for the upcoming year. With its mid-cycle update, the 2020 Titan gets an improved powertrain, fresh styling, and an expanded range of standard driver assistance features, among others. Let’s take a closer look at the vehicle below. Performance The 2020 Titan is available in five trim levels, which are S, SV, Pro-4X, SL, and Platinum Reserve. With the new model, buyers can only choose between crew-cab models and a King cab, as the automaker has thrown away the single-cab configuration. The crew cab models now have a new dual-panel panoramic moon roof that buyers can opt for. Nissan updated the seven-speed automatic transmission to a nine-speed automatic. The V8 powers all the trim levels, and for 2020, this engine has been updated to deliver an increased 400 horsepower and 413-pound feet of torque. The 5.6-liter V8 makes the 2020 Nissan Titan a capable pickup truck, whether you need it for hauling heavy loads or want to speed things up on the road. The combination of the powerful engine, the nine-speed automatic transmission, and the extensive range of safety features make the 2020 Titan a pickup truck that can deliver a smooth driving experience. Styling and comfort For 2020, Nissan has given the Titan a refreshed look both on the outside and inside. Exterior styling includes LED daytime running lights, a front bumper, five wheel options, and three grille choices. The bed and taillights now have LED lighting as well. The interior of the 2020 Titan mainly consists of improved infotainment features, including larger screens, Wi-Fi that can connect to six devices simultaneously, new smartphone grips and charging stations, more storage space, etc. Safety When it comes to safety, the 2020 Titan boasts of an expanded range of standard driver assistance features, which encompass all the specialties that come with Nissan’s Safety Shield 360. For the first time, this brings adaptive cruise control to the Titan.


Source: Nissan