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2020 Nissan Titan | Price, Features and Performance

2020 Nissan Titan | Price, Features and Performance

Nissan trucks have a strong reputation for reliability and powerful performance, and the Titan range has built up a loyal following since its release in 2004. Now in its second generation, the pickup has been revised and updated for 2020 to make it an even more attractive buy.


What are the main 2020 Nissan Titan features to look out for?



Exterior and Looks


As the name suggests, the Titan is a full-size pickup, and is available with either a mid-size king cab or a larger crew cabin. The 2020 has updated styling which offers an assertive but good-looking shape. The large front grill hints at the power within, while the lower fascia gives a sportier feel to what's nonetheless a rugged, imposing truck that definitely means business.


LED headlights are an available option, while all trim levels feature LED taillights and tailgate finishes as standard. There's also an added bonus of four LED lights to illuminate the truck bed when the tailgate is opened.


V8 Power to Get the Job Done


A truck needs to stay the course, and the 2020 Titan's powertrain delivers even more than previous releases in the range. The mighty 5.6L V8 engine now pushes out 400 horsepower and 413lb-feet of torque, which passes through an improved 9-speed automatic transmission to either standard rear-wheel or optional four-wheel drive.


All of this power means that the 2020 Titan's acceleration and straight-line speed performance is notably higher than previous versions. What's more, standard features including electronic-locking rear end and an optional hill-descent control system combine to make the Titan a genuine off-road player.


Interior Features


A pickup should be solid and capable, but that doesn't mean comfort can be sacrificed. The Titan's interior is spacious and well equipped, with low noise levels and a smooth driving feel.


The infotainment system is controlled by a central 8" touchscreen with a 9" option available, which couples with the 7" display in gauge cluster.


Bluetooth connectivity is standard, as is both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.


Safety and Driver Assistance


Although the Titan is definitely a robust pickup that feels safe and secure from first impressions onward, there are plenty of extra safety and assistance features that build on that strong foundation.


As standard, the Titan includes lane departure warnings, rear cross-traffic alerts with emergency braking, a driver attention monitor, and adaptive cruise control.


Interestingly, there's also an integrated trailer-brake controller and a rear-view camera with trailer guidelines to make light work of towing duties.


2020 Nissan Titan Pricing


Manufacturer prices for the current Titan models start at $46,698 for the base S trim, rising to $69,498 for the no-holds-barred Platinum reserve version. All trim levels come with the standard Nissan warranty giving coverage for three years or 60,000km, with the powertrain covered for five years or 100,000km.


All of these improvements for 2020 mean the Titan remains an exciting and desirable full-size pickup, combining essential power and utility with comfort and style. To test drive the new 2020 Titan in Calgary, contact us online or call into our showroom and we'll be happy to help.

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