2020 Nissan Titan comes as a great addition to manufacturer’s large truck line, but also a light pick-up trucks class. As we were able to see so far, there should not be much changed from the last model, but it will have significant improves in design and cabin equipment, along with great engine and safety system. There is a long list of trims that also comes with this model.
2020 Nissan Titan follows the recognizable design and shape of the trucks in the class, including Toyota Tacoma and GMC Sienna 2500 Heavy Duty. It has a wide and impressive grille on muscular and aggressive front end, in between wide front lights. Thanks to the soft edges on the bumpers, the truck looks more attractive and gentle, and additions on the wheels and bumpers surely offer a more modern look. The rear end is also soft and curved, with modernly designed lights, while the higher trims will get protection above the wheels and on the bottom of the bumper.
The cabin in 2020 Nissan Titan is now even bigger and more comfortable, mostly thanks to the few changes in the design of the car and interior size. There are two rows of the seats, with a lot of space for the passengers and driver, and surely one of the most luxury designed cabins among trucks. The seats are covered with quality materials in two colors – dark grey and beige, while the dashboard has chromatic details along with mentioned colors. The dashboard has a 7-inch touchscreen in the middle and lot of commands below it, and the manufacturer announced great technology included.
The engine in 2020 Nissan Titan should be 5.0-liter V8 diesel made in Cummins. It produces 310 horsepower and 555 pound-feet of torque. Even though it is slightly smaller than on competition, it produces almost the same strength, and surely has the same fuel economy as others. It surely has among the highest towing capacity with even 12,500 pounds of weight that could be pooled. The engine should be paired with the six-speed automatic transmission.
2020 Nissan Titan Release Date and Price
2020 Nissan Titan should hit the market in October 2019. Even though it is a carryover model, it will not be much changed from the last one, so the price is almost the same and that is around $30,000. However, the manufacturer offers three trims – One Cab, Ruler Cab and Stuff Cab and few types of it like S, SL, and SV and the Platinum version, along with the new XD options that are marked as a long durable version of the truck.