The 2018 Nissan Titan competes against the Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado, Ram 1500 and Toyota Tundra in one of the most hotly contested and profitable segments in the market. Sales are won and lost over stats like horsepower, torque and tow ratings. While the Titan was never a sales leader, the first-generation model had a decent but fading following over its 11-year run.
Everything you need for a BBQ party is here on this Nissan Titan.
It's even available for leased trucks.
The Rogue was the biggest seller by far, but new reinforcements are needed — and coming.
Nissan is looking at gaps in its product portfolio that could be filled with trucks and off-road SUVs.
This one packs the gasoline V8, not the Cummins diesel.
The Nissan Titan XD PRO-4X is a beast of a concept. Designed for self-sustaining backcountry exploring it's built upon a PRO-4X crew cab and is powered by a Cummins 5.0L Turbo Diesel.
More than 60 parts transform this big Titan into a go-almost-anywhere expo rig.
Titan buyers can finally choose from three cab configurations.
The half-ton Titan has everything, except for emotional appeal.
The Titan for people who need a real work truck.
Out of the 11 trucks that were tested, only one has "good" headlights.
All-new pickup reigns supreme in the Lone Star State.
Nissan gives its Titan the Texas treatment with fresh grille, wheels, bumper, and plenty of badges. Like, a lot of badges.
The Titan and Titan XD get pumped-up bumper-to-bumper warranty to match powertrain coverage.
Dropping a couple of doors nets a few hundred pounds extra towing and cargo capacity
Nissan's volume pickup truck has finally arrived, with the new Titan Crew Cab coming to New York to do battle with Ford, Chevy, and Ram.
The 2016 Nissan Titan XD with the 5.7-liter gasoline-fueled V8 will start at $36,485 when it goes on sale this spring. The Titan half-ton truck will arrive in the summer as a Crew Cab model.