The 2020 Nissan Titan is a full-size pickup truck outside the orbit of Ford, General Motors, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. While the diesel-powered Titan has been axed, the petrol-powered V8 should satisfy those looking for an alternative to the RAM. And with Nissan Australia on the record saying the Titan is on its shopping list it’s likely we’ll see this new-look Titan Down Under late next year, at the earliest. Nissan had been holding out hope for a factory-converted right-hand drive option but this is looking unlikely with the likely scenario being a local conversion from left- to right-hand drive like the RAM.
New Nissan Titan is motivated by Cummins 5.-liter V8 turbo diesel motor possessing 310 hp and 555 lb.-feet of torque. This wonderful engine is as well as 6-acceleration Aisin auto transmission. The 2020 Nissan Titan XD V8 Petrol variance operates via a 5.6-liter V8 gas engine with 390 hp and 400 lb-feet of torque. This amazing engine along with a 7-acceleration automatic transmission as well as 2WD or possibly 4WD. By using these two varieties with a V8 car engine, the 2020 Nissan Titan gives a variance with a V6 oil engine. Additionally, it should be recorded that in the beginning XD Titan pickup truck with a new Cummins diesel engine, nonetheless it got not been straight from the RAM family members.
The Nissan Titan made its debut in 2004 and has since become a worthy rival to other full-size pickups on the market. Compared to its competitors, the first Titan had competitive pricing and comparative capabilities and features. In the 2020 model year, Nissan added a standard rear power window, featuring a defroster on the Crew Cab. All models during that year also received a new tailgate along with a dampened assist. Rounding out the changes for this model year, the Titan received minor trim updates including the white t10 led bulb for light, updated badging, and active head restraints.
Nissan Safety Shield 360 now comes standard on all 2020 Titan trucks. It bundles together the front and rear automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, high-beam assist, and lane-departure warning. Optional driver-assistance features include traffic-sign recognition, a driver-alertness monitor, adaptive cruise control, and a surround-view camera system.
Interiors of the 2020 Titan get a 7.0-inch programmable driver information display that is claimed to be nearly 3-inches larger than most competitors’, standard 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system or the optional 9.0-inch WXGA touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, internal Wi-Fi router that enables up to 6 devices to be connected with a connection speed of up to 45 Mbps. Every 2020 Titan includes front and rear Zero Gravity seats that are claimed to offer better posture and enhanced comfort during long-distance driving.
A standard model, 2020 Nissan Titan, will make further updates outside and inside. The current edition was revisited, and we see the new infotainment screen as the highlight of this update. Also, the Fender audio system is now standard. On the other hand, buyers are disappointed with a lack of V6 option. Fans expected from Nissan to make their Titan more competitive by adding a new drivetrain. But, it seems like they left a V6 unit debut for the 2020 year model.