16/22  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
6.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
6
Seats
67 or 78.7  in.
Bed Length

What's New For the 2020 Nissan Titan?

This year, the Nissan Titan is available in two body lengths. The 2020 model year marks a refresh for the second Titan generation that dates back to 2016. The latest Nissan Titan gets a small update to its power and performance credentials with a standard V8 engine. It also gets a new transmission this year, which is a nine-speed automatic. The new transmission replaces the seven-speed transmission found on the Titan in the previous model year.

Now, the Nissan Titan comes with an expanded offering of driver-assist safety aids and features to make all your rides safer and more enjoyable, regardless of whether you're driving to work or taking the Titan on a weekend off-road adventure. Starting in 2020, all trims of the Nissan Titan come equipped with Nissan's own set of driver-assist safety aids called Safety Shield 360. This package is found on some of Nissan's other vehicles in 2020, too. For the first time, the Titan's safety package includes reverse automatic braking.

This feature is also a first for any pickup, making the Titan stand out as a top pick for those wanting a safety-oriented truck this year. The Titan also increases its number of airbags to eight. Before, it only had six. There are more seat belt-pretensioners for this model year, too.


2020 Nissan Titan Interior

What are the 2020 Nissan Titan Trims & Features?

The 2020 Nissan Titan has five trim levels. The family starts with the S, which is followed by the SV, the Pro-4X, the SL, and the Platinum Reserve. You have a choice of two body styles for your Nissan, which can be either a King Cab or a crew-cab. If you get the crew cab, you'll also get a newly-standard panoramic moonroof. The S is equipped with an eight-inch infotainment display screen that comes standard with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Along with making the Titan a tech-savvy pick, this infotainment screen is also the largest standard display in the truck's class. And if that's not enough, you can upgrade to an even larger nine-inch display screen. For ultimate connectivity, you can also add a WiFi hotspot that supports up to six devices simultaneously. A seven-inch driver's information display is also standard. The SV adds more features, including alloy wheels, a chrome-accented exterior, and towing hooks on the four-wheel-drive edition. Cloth and vinyl interior upholstery are standard.

The Pro-4X features a special wheel finish, off-road shocks, fog lights, and automatic headlights. The SL gets a remote engine start, heated seats, a more robust sound system, and leather upholstery. The Platinum Reserve adds a panoramic camera, a wood-trimmed interior, and upgraded leather seats.

Raw Power and Stellar Performance

2020 Nissan TitanThe Nissan Titan is powered by a V8 engine that produces 400 HP and 413 LB-FT of torque. The engine has a displacement of 5.6L. Four-wheel drive is optional on select models, and a nine-speed automatic transmission is standard.

The 2020 Titan has a Long List of Safety Features

2020 Nissan TitanSafety is plentiful on the Titan, especially when equipped with the Safety Shield 360 package. This package adds driver-assist technologies such as automatic emergency braking, blind-spot warning, lane-departure warning, and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection. High beam assist completes the package.


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