2016 Nissan Titan Near Ft Lauderdale
Edmunds has given the Titan an overall truck rating of 4.6 out of 5. Reviewers have credited this score because the ride isn’t as harsh as most other heavy duty trucks, the engine allows the vehicle to successfully pull heavy loads, and the interior is extremely attractive, even though it has a rugged looking exterior. Reviewers also say they appreciate the standard sound system, and modern technology.
Trims and Engines
The Titan is available in several different trims and the major differences between each of the Titan trims is fuel type, drivetrain, and extra added technology features. The most basic trim is the Titan S and the most equipped trim being the Titan XD SL Platinum Reserve Diesel.
The Titan models come standard with a 5.6-liter, V8, 390 horsepower engine that produces 401 pd-ft of torque. The truck comes standard with a 7-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive. This engine and transmission configuration have an average fuel economy of 13 MPG in the city and 18 MPG when on the highway. When equipped with the standard engine, the maximum towing capacity of the Nissan Titan S is 11,200 pounds.
This year Nissan partnered up with Cummins to offer buyers the option to equip their Titan with the all-new 5.0-liter V8 Cummins diesel engine. This all-new engine is durable, fuel efficient and meets above average emissions standards for trucks. This engine option is a great choice for truck drivers who want good, clean speed. The average fuel economy for the new Cummins engine is 18 MPG in the city and 22 MPG when on the highway.
The Nissan Titan has remained a rugged-bodied car since it was first created in 2003. The 2016 Titan still maintains a similar body style as seen on previous model years. This truck offers exterior details like available LED Daytime Running Lights and a front grille that shows that the Titan is tough. The truck is available in five different colors ranging from black to red. The two body styles available on the Nissan Titan are king cab, which has comfortable seating for five, and crew cab which fits five as well.
The interior of the Titan is spacious and open, while also maintaining a serious and durable feeling. By moving the shift lever to the steering column, extra room was created in the center console, providing extra storage space, including a spot to hold a laptop which is different from past years of the Titan, as well as most other trucks. The upholstery is available in two colors and types. There is a leather option which comes in beige or charcoal, and also a cloth option available in the same colors.
The technology in this truck is what is most impressive. This truck has a automatic key, meaning you can start the engine, and therefore the air or heat from outside the car. Never jump into an uncomfortably hot or cold truck again. The Titan comes equipped with a 12-speaker Rockford Fosgate audio system, which features a built-in subwoofer. In addition to these features, the Titan also has a advanced drive assist screen displayed in the driver information system, located behind the steering wheel. The advanced drive assist system has voice navigation, caller ID, and alerts drivers when tire pressure is low and what the tire pressure is.
Price and Warranties
The base price for a Titan base trim, the Titan S is $35,290, and goes as high as $57,000 for the premium trims and options including the Platinum.
All Nissan vehicles are backed by a 36-month, 36,000-mile limited basic warranty. As well as a unlimited Roadside assistance coverage for thirty six months, 36,000 miles.