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's Titan gets a refresh, although it's not the introduction of a whole new generation of this model. A nine-speed automatic transmission replaces the seven-speed of yesteryear, and the standard V8 engine gets a modest power bump. The suite of driver aids, known as the Safety Shield 360, has also expanded, and most of these safety systems are now available on the base trim.

The standard infotainment display now measures eight inches. On the outside, the front bumper, grille design, and daytime running lights arrangement are also new, and there's new LED lighting in the bed and taillights. The 2020 Titan no longer has a single-row cab option. Buyers will choose from the King Cab and crew cab models.


2020 Nissan Titan Interior

2020 Nissan Titan Comes with Amazing Array of Features

Buyers have five trims from which to choose. The base S trim has 18-inch steel wheels, a lockable damped tailgate, air conditioning, and very nice cloth upholstery. The uplevel SV gets alloy wheels, a carpeted floor, and power-adjustable and heated exterior mirrors. The higher trims add on front bucket seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a power-adjustable driver's seat.

The Pro-4X is more off-road-oriented and comes with special all-terrain tires. It's also the trim level that piles on the standard features not found on the lower trim versions. These features include voice controls and navigation, a household AC power outlet, and a power-sliding rear window. The SL trim gets 20-inch wheels, running boards, and LED cargo box lighting

The Platinum Reserve trim tops the trim lineup and features such niceties as unique wheels, chrome exterior accents, wood trim interior accents, and heated rear seats. Several package options are available on the higher trims, and these add on box storage bins, a remote locking tailgate, and a rear-seat entertainment system. The standard stereo system can be upgraded to a 12-speaker Fender if the crew cab models are chosen.

2020 Titan Powertrain and its Performance

2020 Nissan TitanNissan offers only one engine on the 2020 Titan, but it's a powerful one. This V8 is rated at 400 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque, and it's mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission. Acceleration is above the average for this class, and towing capability is tops among full-size pickups. The Pro-4X has standard all-wheel drive, Bilstein shocks, and an electronic locking rear differential. This makes it the favored trim for those who plan on doing more than just a bit of off-road travel. The Pro-4X also features the on-demand 4-Lo driving mode.

Technologies to Keep You Safe

2020 Nissan TitanHere's where Nissan has made great strides. Until this year, buyers had to purchase expensive options packages in order for the available safety systems to be included as a full suite on the lower trims. For 2020, every Nissan Titan now comes with eight airbags, and the number of seat belt pretensioners doubles from two to four.

Stability and traction control are standard across the trim lineup, and hill descent control is also included. The Safety Shield 360 suite is standard even on the base trim and includes a rearview camera, adaptive cruise control, and reverse automatic emergency braking. As of January 2020, this is the only pickup available with the latter.

See the 2020 Nissan Titan today at Midway Nissan. Contact the dealership to schedule a personal inspection and test drive.


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