The public's entrenched loyalty to domestic automakers was a major hindrance for the Titan, as was the relative superiority of other trucks on the market.
Is the Nissan Titan a Good Truck? The Nissan Titan is a decent truck. It has a powerful standard V8 engine, a solid predicted reliability score, and good warranty coverage.
In a Nissan Titan vs. Toyota Tundra comparison, the Nissan Titan has a more powerful engine and can tow more than the Tundra.
The new Titan comes with far more horsepower and torque than the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 in standard trim. Every 2020 Titan gets Nissan's 5.6L Endurance V8 engine
You can expect at least 250,000 miles from a Nissan Titan. That is over 16 years for an average American driver.
According to analysts, Nissan will likely kill off the Titan sometime between 2024 and 2025.According to analysts, Nissan will likely kill off the Titan sometime between 2024 and 2025.
Rear-axle seal leak - One of the most prominent issues Titan owners have to deal with is the leaking rear axle seal
The Titan is estimated to earn up to 21 mpg on the highway, but while the rear-drive version is rated at 16 mpg in the city, the four-wheel-drive version gets 1 mpg less.
For consumers that need a pickup truck that's easy to drive, the Frontier's smaller dimensions make it the clear option. In the King Cab body style, the Frontier is 210.2 inches long
Comparing long-term reliability, Nissan is also your best choice. In the 2018 Consumer Reports Car Brands Reliability survey, Nissan shot up two spots from 2016 to take the 11th slot.
When properly equipped, the Titan has a maximum towing capacity of 9,390 pounds and a maximum payload of 1,610 pounds.
The most common complaint about the Nissan Titan is transmission problems. Some drivers reported trouble shifting gears, especially when climbing hills
These are two common Nissan Titan transmission problems, and they're caused by two separate issues. 1: Slipping on the 4-5 shift is typically caused by a failed solenoid, worn transmission bands
A source familiar with Nissan USA's plans told Automotive News there is “no plan engineering is working on for replacing”
The latest chatter regarding the Nissan Titan comes from Automotive News, which cites an unnamed source as literally saying the truck is dead.