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The new 7-inch touchscreen added to the 2019 Nissan Titan finally included Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone connectivity, bringing it on par with its competition. The 2019 Titan comes with a standard V8 engine and is available in standard cab with an 8-foot bed, King Cab with a 6-foot 6-inch bed, and Crew Cab with a 5-foot 7-inch bed. Available in S, SL, SV, Pro-4X and Platinum Reserve trims, the Titan has plenty of comfortable space in front, but leg room is tight in the rear, even with the Crew Cab.
The Titan checks many boxes, but rivals like the Ford F-150, Ram 1500 and Chevrolet Silverado, offer significantly more flexibility when it comes to engines, cabs and features. The Titan’s towing (about 9,000 pounds) and hauling (about 1,650 pounds) specs also fall behind rivals. Various factors may impact towing & payload capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories. Using the Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ is more complicated than the plug-and-play usability of competing trucks, and the 2019 Titan offers no advanced driver assistive systems such as automatic emergency braking.
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Comfort: Ride comfort in the 2019 Nissan Titan exceeds expectations, with the suspension maintaining its composure even on rougher pavement. The front seats enhance the comfort levels, and the quick-acting automatic climate control keeps you cozy.
Interior: The interior styling is familiar to truck fans, with a column-mounted shift lever and oversized buttons and door handles. There’s tons of room for the driver and front passenger as well, and the commanding seating position provides a great view of the road. Tall drivers may wish for a seat that adjusted a bit lower, and the rear seating isn’t quite as roomy as the front. Keep an eye out for models with blind-spot warning, since the thick rear pillars hurt rearward visibility.
Acceleration: With a standard V8 engine, the Titan doesn’t lack for power. The muscular V8 sounds good and gives the Titan a good feeling of acceleration, responding without hesitation to the gas pedal. However, instrumented testing shows that it’s no quicker than rivals.
Technology: It’s good that Nissan added Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ to the Titan this year, but the interface is confusing. The lack of advanced driver assist systems such as automatic emergency braking and forward collision warning are also a major shortcoming compared to the Titan’s more fully featured competitors.
4.7 out of 53 customer reviews
RepairPal gave the Nissan Titan an overall reliability rating of 4 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Above Average. This rating ranks Nissan Titan 2nd out of 25 among Fullsize Trucks.View RepairPal's full rating of the Nissan Titan
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