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Should you buy the 2020 Nissan Titan?

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2020 Nissan Titan
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The 2020 Nissan Titan starts at $30,690, up by around $500 from the 2018 model, which started at $31,000. New features that the 2020 model is equipped with include a new 7- inch touchscreen that comes standard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

A fender premium Audio is system is optional with certain models of the 2020 Nissan Titan. This vehicle also comes with a rear door alert that is activated when the rear door is opened within a certain time frame. When the rear door alert is activated, the horn sounds twice to remind the driver to check the backseat.

Consumers gave this vehicle an above-average rating based on value, quality, reliability, performance, comfort and styling. Consumers like the value, quality, reliability, performance, comfort and styling of this vehicle. The interior of this vehicle was described by consumers as roomie, comfortable and made of high-quality material.

The back seat of this vehicle can be folded to allow for additional loading space. consumers enjoyed how much storage space this vehicle was equipped with. Lockable storage space is provided in the cabin and the bed of this vehicle.

When it comes to the towing capabilities of this vehicle, consumers were more than happy with the over 9,000lb towing capability that this truck’s frame and engine provide. The towing capacity of this vehicle is more than enough to get small jobs done and enough to tow around a 4,000lb boat with no problems. Nissan’s intelligent 4X4 system is capable enough to keep drivers confident while driving off-road. The majority of consumers would highly recommend this vehicle.

What Owners Dislike About the Nissan Titan?

There were very few complaints from consumers about the 2019 Titan. Some consumers complained about the fuel mileage of the vehicle. As with most V8 vehicles, poor gas mileage is to be expected. Depending on the drivers driving style, the gas mileage for this vehicle can be significantly reduced. Some consumers complained of receiving only 9 MPG with this vehicle. Most consumers reported their gas mileage as being between 21 to 18 mpg while driving this vehicle.

What experts think about the Nissan Titan?

The Nissan Titan comes with a 5.6-liter, v8 engine. The gas mileage for this vehicle is rated at 15 MPG city and 21 MPG Hwy. This vehicle is RWD, with 4×4 capabilities and a 7 gear transmission. The truck bed is equipped with a dampened assist tailgate and overhead LED lights for late-night working. There are 5 available trims the S, SV, PRO-4X, SL and platinum reserve. There are 3 cab options single, king or crew cab. The experts gave this vehicle mixed reviews.

Experts rated this truck highly in the value category, it does everything a pickup should do. What the experts didn’t like about this vehicle is the styling, safety rating and fuel economy. With limited crash testing results and a lack of advance safety technology, experts felt this vehicle deserved a low safety rating. Compared to other vehicles like the Ford-150 or the Ram 1500, experts did not see this vehicle as a great buy.

2020 Nissan Titan

MRSP $30,690
3.3

Owner Ratings

3.3/5

Pros

  • Standard Safety Shield 360
  • Great Warranty

Cons

  • Outdated
  • Limited Headroom
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