Featuring one of the strongest towing capacities in its class, incredible payload capability, and two famous engine options, the Nissan Titan is leaving its competition in its dust. Starting at $36,498, this is the most truck you’ll get for the money this year. Look for this model in Go Nissan South’s already extensive inventory of new and used Nissan Titans from multiple model years.
Nissan looks towards the future of driving with the 2018 Titan, featuring state-of-the-art driving and safety features. Nissan Connect comes standard and keeps drivers and their crew connected and entertained on a 5” monitor, with optional 7” touchscreen paired to trailer and reverse monitors. The base model is equipped with remote entry and push-button ignition, alongside Vehicle Dynamic Control and Active Brake Limited Slip Technologies. Premium models feature additional safety features such as Blind Spot Warning, Trailer Sway Control, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. The 2018 Nissan Titan is as much a technological marvel as it is a workhorse.
Made of iron-tough components, the 2018 Titan also retains its beautiful design. An over-sized chrome grille spans the entire face of the truck, creating a bold first impression. Extendable tow mirrors add to the truck’s strong stance, and chrome features make it look good enough to leave the job site and hit the town. Interior options are just as refined, with optional two-tone leather trims and brilliant space-saving features.
One year after the creation of the mid-level Titan XD, the 2017 Nissan Titan saw its first major redesign to take it into its second generation, making it a light-duty truck with the ability of a heavy-duty. Equipped with a stock 5.6L Endurance 32 Valve V8 gas engine, the Titan bursts from the gate with 390 horsepower and 394 lb-ft of torque. On top of a new exterior appearance and enhanced performance, this redesigned pickup also became available in Single Cab, King Cab, and Crew Cab configurations to match the XD model.