2018 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"  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Nissan Titan?

You understandably expect great things when you are preparing to buy a new full-size truck. When your focus is on finding a truck that is loaded with power, style and numerous comfort features, you cannot go wrong with the new 2018 Nissan Titan. By stopping by Midway Nissan to learn more about the many changes in the latest model year available, you will immediately notice updates to the stylish new grille and to the design of the headlights. The improved handling and enhanced fuel economy is the result of Nissan reducing body weight by several hundred pounds.

Sophisticated Selection of Options

Your selection of a quality truck that is right for you requires a closer look at the many trim levels and configurations available for the 2018 Titan. Notably, there are five trim levels, and these are the SL and Platinum Reserve for drivers looking for a more sophisticated truck. On the lower end, the trim levels are the S, SV and Pro. Regardless of the trim level that you select, you can choose between leather or cloth seats in three color options. There are also seven exterior color choices available. Other differentiations include a 4 x 2 or a 4 x 4 design and a king, crew or single cab option. While more sophisticated trim levels have an enhanced list of standard features included, the lower-level trim levels are also thoughtfully-appointed. Each Titan for 2018 includes mud or splash guards, 18 or 20-inch alloy wheels, remote power door locks, a bed liner, a locking liftgate, power windows, USB connections, climate control, speed-sensitive audio controls, power steering, an instrumentation panel, four speakers for the sound system and a tilting adjustable steering wheel that has controls for audio and cruise control on it.

5.6L V8 with Ample Power

2018 Nissan Titan ExteriorThe 2018 Titan is equipped with a 5.6-liter, V8 engine that uses regular unleaded fuel. Because of the truck's lighter weight, you will notice increased power and fuel economy. This year's model packs a punch with 350 horsepower and 400 foot-pounds of torque. Power is not the only benefit associated with driving this truck. It also has an overall sublime driving experience because of features like an improved front independent suspension system, variable valve timing, front and rear stabilization features, direct fuel injection and an Aisin automatic transmission. Some Titan trucks for 2018 also come with front-wheel drive, full-time or part-time four-wheel drive and hi-lo gear selection.

2018 Nissan Titan Safety

2018 Nissan Titan RearIf you are concerned about safety on the road, you will love the fact that Nissan has taken huge strides to improve the safety level of the Titan for 2018. This is evidenced through improved safety test results. The IIHS conducts five safety tests on vehicles, and it gave the 2018 Titan the highest possible marks for all five tests. Analyzing all of the standard safety features packed into each Titan will help you to see why this vehicle scored well on these tests. Standard equipment includes front seat belt pretensioners, driveline traction control, electronic stability control, height-adjusting headrests for all passengers, height-adjusting seat belts, braking assistance, front and side airbags, a deactivation sensor for the front passenger airbag, side impact support beams, four-wheel ABS, rear and front ventilated disc brakes, a panic alert feature and an anti-theft alarm system. Midway Nissan is the place to go to test drive the 2018 Titan.

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