The full-sized truck gets a heavy refresh for 2020, with trims distinguished by grilles and headlights.
The Nissan Titan has been heavily refreshed for 2020.
The full-size Titan is only available in two configurations: Crew Cab with a 5.5-foot bed or King Cab with a 6.5-foot bed.
The powerplant is the best thing about the Titan. The 5.6-liter V8 pushes out 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque.
The transmission is a gem, probably the quickest-shifting automatic in the class. It never hunts around for the right gear and is happy to upshift or downshift multiple gears.
A big upgrade for 2020 comes in the way of driver-assistance technology. Nissan's Safety Shield 360 is standard across all Titan trims.
The Titan has a decent amount of utility, but it's far from class-leading.
You'll get the most out of a King Cab with rear-wheel drive, which can tow 9,370 pounds. The Titan's max payload rating is 1,680 pounds.
Nissan Connect now runs on a standard 8-inch touchscreen or available 9-inch screen with Wi-Fi. Regardless of screen size, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are here as is satellite radio.
Charging options are abundant with USB A and C plugs up front, a 12-volt outlet in the center console and two USB A outlets, a 12-volt and a 12-volt, 400-watt outlet for rear seat passengers.
This two-wheel drive SV king cab tester starts at $39,990 but with the Utility Package and the Tow and Convenience packages the price is up to $41,585 plus destination.
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