2019 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  in.
Bed Length

What's New For the 2019 Nissan Titan

Since the Titan's introduction in 2004, this Nissan truck has become synonymous with style, performance, and innovation. As you prepare to make a new truck purchase, learning more about what this truck offers and about improvements that have been made to the new model year are important. The most recent major overhaul occurred with the 2016 Nissan Titan, and minor improvements have been made each year since then. The 2019 Nissan Titan comes with a larger display screen for the infotainment system and the option to add an upgraded Fender audio system to your truck. By contacting our Nissan sales team soon, you can get accurate information about the new Titan, and you can make plans to take a test drive with one of our friendly sales agents.


2019 Nissan Titan Interior

Which Trims & Features are Available for 2019?

The new Titan is available in six distinctive trims, and we are thrilled to tell you more about each trim when you visit the dealership soon. These trims from highest to lowest are the Platinum Reserve, the Midnight Edition, the Pro-4X, the SL, the SV, and the S. You can choose between a single, king or crew cab based on your needs. By selecting a higher-end trim, you will benefit from a leather interior with powered and heated front seats. Other trims are equipped with cloth interior in several appealing color options as well as manual seat adjustments.

Each trim is well-appointed with an extensive range of features. Based on the trim that you prefer, your 2019 Titan may come with SiriusXM satellite radio, Apple CarPlay, up to a 7-inch display screen for the infotainment system, Android Auto, Bluetooth connectivity, power door locks, power windows, HD radio, a push-button ignition, remote keyless entry, a climate control system, a navigation system, USB powers, wireless headphones mated with a rear entertainment system, audio and cruise controls mounted to the steering wheel and a few additional features. We are eager to help you compare the available trims and to assist you with your truck selection.

You Won't be Disappointed with the Power & Performance

2019 Nissan Titan Exterior FrontSelecting a powerful truck that is capable of meeting all of your towing and hauling needs is important, and you will not be disappointed by the capabilities of the 2019 Titan from Nissan. Multiple powertrains are available, and one of these is a V8, 5.6-liter gas-powered engine. This powertrain generates 394 foot-pounds for torque with 390 horsepower. This and other available powertrains are mated with a full range of performance-based features across all trims. These features include a 7-speed auto transmission, hill start assist, electronic brakeforce distribution, iridium-tipped spark plugs, rear-wheel drive, VVEL technology, 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, ventilated front and rear brakes with stabilizers, a multi-leaf independent rear suspension, a front double-wishbone independent suspension, and several other well-designed features. You can compare the capabilities of each powertrain when you visit our dealership soon for a test drive.

Nissan Titan Safety Features

2019 Nissan Titan Exterior RearYour ability to stay safer on the road in your new 2019 Titan is enhanced by Nissan's impressive range of well-designed features. The 2019 Nissan Titan has a new safety feature that alerts the driver when a rear door opens, and this promotes pet and child safety. Numerous other features and equipment are loaded into the Titan as well. These include front and rear crumple zones, stability and traction management, the LATCH child safety system, a blind spot monitor and alert, trailer sway control, hood buckling creases, a rear cross-traffic alert, an advanced tire pressure monitoring system, steel side-door guard beams, active brake limited slip, front and side airbags with additional supplemental airbags, an airbag curtain paired with rollover sensors, 3-point safety harnesses with load limiters and pretensioners, an energy-absorbing steering column and several other items

Our Nissan sales reps are eager to help you select the right Titan to drive home in, visit our Duluth dealership.


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