Nissan Titan

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2020
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2020 Nissan Titan Ratings & Reliability
The regular Titan is more pleasant to drive than the Titan XD (Extra Duty), which has a stiff ride and clumsy handling, similar to a heavy-duty pickup. The light-duty Titan comes with a smooth and punchy 5.6-liter V8. The roomy cabin has a variety of handy storage places, and the rear tailgate is damped, which is a nice touch. When properly equipped, the Titan can tow more than 9,000 pounds. It also has a built-in goose-neck trailer hitch for extra-heavy trailers. A substantially refreshed Titan debuts for 2020, and includes a nine-speed automatic transmission that replaced the 7-speed, new interior and exterior styling, an available 9-inch touch-screen infotainment system, and lots of standard safety features such as automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, blind spot warning, rear cross traffic warning, and lane departure warning.
2017-2019
2017 Redesign Year
Nissan Titan 2019
The redesigned 2017 Titan comes with a smooth and punchy gas 5.6-liter V8 that is mated to a slick and responsive seven-speed automatic transmission. A V6 engine is also available. The ride is more tolerable than the heavy-duty XD's, and handling is less clumsy. The roomy cabin has a variety of handy storage places, and the rear tailgate is damped--a nice touch. A suite of safety and driver-assistance features is offered, including Nissan's surround-view camera system, blind-spot warning, and moving-object detection. When properly equipped, the Titan tows 9,730 pounds.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2019 $20,475 - $38,500 $18,575 - $36,075
2018 $18,225 - $34,200 $16,185 - $31,860
2017 $14,975 - $30,950 $12,260 - $28,710
2004-2015
2004 Redesign Year
Nissan Titan 2015
Nissan's first full-sized pickup, the Titan has an impressively large cabin, is relatively agile and offers a fairly comfortable ride, along with a very smooth transmission. From its 2004 introduction, safety features included optional electronic stability control and head-protection airbags. On the negative side, the crew cab's cargo bed is fairly small compared with the competition and payload capacity was a meager 1,105 pounds in our 2004 version. The payload was raised in later models. The muscular V8 provides strong acceleration, but the constant engine and exhaust noise can become tiresome. A 2008 freshening included styling updates and a long-bed version. The damped-action tailgate is a handy feature. Still, interior fit and finish are lackluster and neither a standard cab nor different engines are available.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2015 $15,350 - $22,675 $12,405 - $20,455
2014 $12,450 - $20,225 $9,565 - $17,965
2013 $10,750 - $18,225 $7,895 - $15,745
2012 $9,600 - $16,975 $6,775 - $13,725
2011 $8,700 - $15,150 $5,905 - $11,955
2010 $7,725 - $13,800 $4,930 - $10,630
2009 $6,700 - $12,100 $3,980 - $9,030
2008 $5,850 - $10,225 $3,180 - $7,280
2007 $5,325 - $8,850 $2,680 - $5,980
2006 $4,650 - $8,125 $2,080 - $5,305
2005 $4,475 - $7,450 $1,930 - $4,680
2004 $4,400 - $6,875 $1,880 - $4,130