2019 Nissan Titan Model Review

15/21  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
6.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
6
Seats
67, 78.7 or 98.5  in.
Bed Length

What's New For the 2019 Nissan Titan

The 2019 Nissan Titan is only one of many full-size trucks on the market today, and a closer look at what this updated model offers may convince you that this is the truck that you want to drive around town in daily. The first Titan was offered in 2004, and a major overhaul took place in the 2016 model year when the line's second generation was unveiled. Several minor updates have been made since that time, including a few notable changes to the 2019 model. If you are considering a 2019 Titan as your next truck, you will benefit from a larger color screen for the infotainment features as well as the option to add a premium Fender audio system to any trim that you select. The Nissan sales associates at our dealership are available to answer your questions about each trim and to help you pick out the right truck for you.


2019 Nissan Titan Interior

Which Features are Available for 2019?

Regardless of what you are looking for in a new full-size truck, you may find that one of the Titan's six available trims for 2019 is a good match for you. These trims from lowest to highest are the S, SV, SL, Pro-4X, Midnight Edition and Platinum Reserve. Cabin configurations are available in a single, crew or king design. Cloth interior with manual adjustments in the front row are standard for lower trims, and leather interior with power adjustments are included in the higher trims. The 2019 Titan is equipped with thoughtful and innovative features for all trims, but equipment varies. Some features that may be loaded into your new Titan include a rear entertainment system with wireless headphones, a navigation system, a climate control system, remote keyless entry, USB ports, a push-button ignition, HD radio, steering wheel-mounted control buttons for cruise control and the sound system, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay with the infotainment system, a large display screen in full color, Bluetooth connectivity, SiriusXM satellite radio, power windows and door locks and a few additional features.

2019 Nissan Titan Power & Performance

2019 Nissan Titan Exterior FrontYou will not be disappointed by what the Titan delivers behind the wheel, and our sales team is available to assist with a test drive soon. One of the many available powertrains for you to consider is a 5.6-liter, V8 gas engine. It is mated with an automatic transmission and offers 390 horsepower with 395 pounds-feet of torque. The capabilities of your new Titan for 2019 are enhanced by an independent multi-leaf rear suspension, a front independent double-wishbone suspension, front, and rear vented disc brakes, anti-lock brakes, stabilizer bars for the front and rear, iridium-tipped spark plugs, VVEL technology, electronic brakeforce distribution, hill start assist and rear-wheel drive.

Nissan Titan Safety Features

2019 Nissan Titan Exterior RearThe Titan is designed to be a safe truck that you can feel confident cruising around town in. A new safety feature for the 2019 model year is a rear door open alert that will notify the driver when children, pets or others have opened a rear door. Additional equipment that may be in select or all trims for 2019 include an energy-absorbing steering column, rear and front crumple zones, stability control, traction management, active brake limited slip, LATCH child safety equipment for the rear row, load limiters and pretensioners for all 3-point safety harnesses, a blind spot monitor, rollover sensors for the airbag curtain, supplemental airbags mated with front and side airbags, a superior tire pressure monitoring system, steel side guard beams, trailer sway control, a rear cross-traffic alert and hood buckling creases.

Contact our Nissan dealership to learn more about standard features and options for all trims and to take a test drive.


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