Used 2021 Nissan Titan For Sale at Luxury & Imports | VIN: 1N6AA1ED9MN502174 (2023)

    Exterior Color
    Red Alert
    Interior Color
    32,962 miles
    Truck Crew Cab/5 seats
    Fuel Economy
    15/20 MPG City/Hwy
    9-Speed Automatic
    V-8 cyl
    Stock Number
    • Used 2021 Nissan Titan For Sale at Luxury & Imports | VIN: 1N6AA1ED9MN502174 (1)

    Highlighted Features

    • Navigation system
    • Lane departure
    • Automatic temperature control
    • Emergency communication system
    • Wireless phone connectivity
    • Front dual zone A/C
    • Auto high-beam headlights
    • Rain sensing wipers

    Included Packages & Options

    • PRO-4X Convenience Package$3,390

      • 4-Way Power Assist Seat
      • Heated Power Tilt/Telescopic Steering Wheel
      • Heated Driver & Passenger Seat
      • Heated Rear Seats
      • Power Folding Auto Dimming Outside Mirrors
      • Remote Engine Start on Key Fob
      • Memory Driver Seat w/Auto Entry/Exit Feature
      • Leather Seat Trim
      • Side Turn Signal Lamps on Mirror Housing
    • PRO-4X Utility Package$2,190

      • Front & Rear Parking Sensors
      • Utilitrack System w/4 Tie-Down Cleats
      • LED Tailgate Area Illumination
      • 110V Outlet in Bed
      • LED Under Rail Bed Lighting
      • Power Sliding Rear Window w/Defogger
      • Fender Premium Audio System w/12 Speakers
      • Electronic Locking Tailgate
      • Trailer Brake Controller
      • Trailer Light Check Function On Key Fob
      • Proximity Activation
      • Rear Utility Bed Step
    • PRO-4X Moonroof Package$1,490

      • Driver & Passenger Ventilated Front Seats
      • Dual Panel Panoramic Moonroof w/Tilt & Slide
    • Off Road Protection Package$490

      • All Season Floor Mats

    Included Options

    • Pro4X Mud Flaps$285

    • Pro4X Rugged Step Boards$1,050

    • PRO-4X Illuminated Kick Plate$350

    Detailed Specifications

    Convenience Features
    • 1-touch down
    • 1-touch up
    • Adaptive Cruise Control: Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC) w/Full-Speed Range
    • Air conditioning
    • Auto-dimming rearview mirror
    • Automatic temperature control
    • Driver door bin
    • Driver vanity mirror
    • Emergency communication system: NissanConnect Services
    • Front beverage holders
    • Front dual zone A/C
    • Garage door transmitter: HomeLink
    • Illuminated entry
    • Navigation system: NissanConnect Navigation
    • Overhead console
    • Passenger door bin
    • Passenger vanity mirror
    • Power windows
    • Proximity key: doors and push button start
    • Rear beverage holders
    • Rear door bins
    • Remote keyless entry
    • Speed control
    • Telescoping steering wheel
    • Tilt steering wheel
    • Alloy wheels
    • Auto-leveling suspension
    • Front anti-roll bar
    • Front tires: 275/70SR18.0
    • Front wheel independent suspension
    • Power steering
    • Rear anti-roll bar
    • Rear tires: 275/70SR18.0
    • Speed-sensing steering
    • Tires: all-terrain
    • Wheel size: 18"
    Entertainment Features
    • 1st row LCD monitors: 2
    • AM/FM radio: SiriusXM
    • Primary LCD size: 9.0"
    • Radio data system
    • Satellite radio trial duration with new vehicle purchase (months): 3
    • Smart device integration: NissanConnect featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
    • Steering wheel mounted audio controls
    • Wireless phone connectivity: Bluetooth
    Seats and Trim
    • Front center armrest
    • Front seats: bucket
    • Leather steering wheel
    • Max seating capacity: 5
    • Power 2-way driver lumbar support
    • Power driver seat
    • Rear seat center armrest
    • Rear seats: split-bench
    • Rear seats Folding position: fold-up cushion
    • Split folding rear seat
    • Compressor: Not Available
    • Cylinder configuration: V-8
    • Drive type: four-wheel
    • Engine liters: 5.6L
    • Engine location: front
    • Fuel economy city: 15mpg
    • Fuel economy combined: 17mpg
    • Fuel economy fuel type: gasoline
    • Fuel economy highway: 20mpg
    • Fuel tank capacity: 26.0gal.
    • Horsepower: 400hp @ 5,800RPM
    • Hybrid traction battery type: none
    • Limited slip differential: brake actuated
    • Manual-shift auto
    • Mode select transmission
    • Number of valves: 32
    • Rear locking differential
    • Recommended fuel: Premium Unleaded
    • Torque: 413 lb.-ft. @ 4,000RPM
    • Transmission: 9 speed automatic
    • Variable valve control
    Off-Road Capability
    • Approach angle: 23 deg
    • Departure angle: 27 deg
    • Ground clearance (max): 269mm (10.6")
    • Ground clearance (min): 249mm (9.8")
    • Ramp breakover angle: 22 deg
    Body Exterior
    • Bedliner
    • Heated door mirrors
    • Left rear passenger door: conventional
    • Power door mirrors
    • Rear cargo: tailgate
    • Rear step bumper
    • Right rear passenger: conventional
    • Skid plates
    • Trailer hitch receiver
    • Trailer sway control
    Specs and Dimensions
    • Compression ratio: 11.20 to 1
    • Curb weight: 2,630kg (5,798lbs)
    • Engine bore x stroke: 98.0mm x 92.0mm (3.86" x 3.62")
    • Engine displacement: 5.6 L
    • Engine horsepower: 400hp @ 5,800RPM
    • Engine torque: 413 lb.-ft. @ 4,000RPM
    • Exterior body width: 2,050mm (80.7")
    • Exterior height: 1,961mm (77.2")
    • Exterior length: 5,804mm (228.5")
    • Front hiproom: 1,544mm (60.8")
    • Front legroom: 1,062mm (41.8")
    • Front shoulder room: 1,608mm (63.3")
    • GVWR: 3,311kg (7,300lbs)
    • Passenger volume: 3,390L (119.7 cu.ft.)
    • Rear hiproom: 1,532mm (60.3")
    • Rear legroom: 978mm (38.5")
    • Rear shoulder room: 1,615mm (63.6")
    • Towing capacity: 4,178kg (9,210lbs)
    • Turning radius: 7.3m (24.0')
    • Wheelbase: 3,551mm (139.8")
    Lighting, Visibility and Instrumentation
    • Appearance: analog
    • Auto high-beam headlights
    • Blind spot: Blind Spot Warning (BSW) warning
    • Compass
    • Configurable
    • Delay-off headlights
    • Front fog lights
    • Front reading lights
    • Fully automatic headlights
    • Lane departure: Lane Departure Warning (LDW) warning
    • Low tire pressure warning
    • Oil pressure gauge
    • Outside temperature display
    • Rain sensing wipers
    • Rear window defroster
    • Speed sensitive wipers
    • Tachometer
    • Traffic sign information
    • Trip computer
    • Variably intermittent wipers
    • Voltmeter
    Safety and Security
    • 4 wheel disc brakes
    • ABS brakes
    • Brake assist
    • Dual front impact airbags
    • Dual front side impact airbags
    • Electronic stability
    • Forward collision: Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) mitigation
    • Ignition disable
    • Knee airbag
    • Occupant sensing airbag
    • Overhead airbag
    • Panic alarm
    • Pedestrian detection: prevention
    • Rear collision: Rear Automatic Braking (RAB) mitigation
    • Security system
    • Tracker system: NissanConnect Services
    • Traction control

    Dealer Notes

    This Nissan won't be on the lot long!

    A great vehicle and a great value! With fewer than 35,000 miles on the odometer, this vehicle offers power, spaciousness and durability in a refined and innovative package! Nissan infused the interior with top shelf amenities, such as: front bucket seats, a bedliner, and much more. It features four-wheel drive capabilities, a durable automatic transmission, and a powerful 8 cylinder engine.

    We know that you have high expectations, and we enjoy the challenge of meeting and exceeding them! Please don't hesitate to give us a call. Consumer Reviews

    Used 2021 Nissan Titan For Sale at Luxury & Imports | VIN: 1N6AA1ED9MN502174 (2)

    Overall4.5Out of 5

    • Does not walk gently

      By Beastly Titan| on Thursday, November 16, 2017


      If you are looking for an exceptionally comfortable truck that can tote and tow this is certainly a great one to consider. I was sold primarily on the solid construction and sheer comfort. the interior materials feel high quality and are a pleasant step away from the constant plastic of other vehicles. I can easily fit 3 full sized adults in the back seat with no complaints. The seats offer a folding option that lets them disappear and a flat loading deck remains. This is great for cargo that needs some climate control. There is also plenty of storage including lockable storage in the cabin and in the bed. The infotainment is a disappointment that Im hoping Nissan will improve with simple software updates. For a vehicle of this price with an upgraded stereo this one feels like an afterthought and I should have been more critical of this on the lot before I bought it. The steering wheel controls seem dated and random. The power out of the engine is strong and it will move this beast quickly and confidently. The visibility is outstanding, and the mirrors are large. Fuel economy is in keeping with the sticker, but that isnt the reason to buy this vehicle.

    • Best hidden secret in the truck market

      By Smitten| on Saturday, November 28, 2020


      I’ve owned a f150, Ram, and Tundra all in the past five years. The tundra was reliable but bounced up and down like a hobby horse on expansion concrete highways, also felt huge to drive and sucked to park . The f150 had a clumsy 10 speed that made it suck in city traffic, I also didn’t get anywhere near the advertised mpg . The ram was nice riding but has cylinder deactivation and other bs ways of getting CAFE credits.The titan is the perfect truck in my opinion. It drives like a truck from the 2000s with its non electric pump driven steering. Tracks down the highway smoothly and straight as an arrow. The engine is fantastic and the transmission is eager to move. I got a pro4x with all the bells and whistles from the platinum reserve. I love that Nissan allows you to get all the options whether you decide to go with platinum trim or off-road oriented pro 4x. The truck is well built and tight as a drum. The steering is heavy and I personally like that. The safety features are awesome compared to other manufacturers and I don’t find them obstructive in anyway. The seats are the best part. Buying lots of new vehicles over the past decade, one can’t help but notice how hard modern seats are . Not the titan, like sitting in your favorite lazy boy. Second best feature is the fender audio system, hands down best audio I’ve heard in a vehicle from the factory, and I had a Lexus with Mark levinson sound. The headlights with height adjustability for trailering are fantastic. I’m sure I’ve missed some things but so far I am loving this truck and couldn’t be more pleased with my purchase.You would be doing yourself a disservice by not driving one of these to compare to the big three. Especially with a 5 year 100k bumper to bumper warranty.

    • 2020 Titan SV 4x4 Best Deal By Far

      By Dan| on Monday, September 21, 2020


      Nissan made some serious upgrades for 2020 which is what sold me on this particular truck. While the Titan is not the most glamorous in high trims compared to say the Ram, it's by far the best bang for the buck in lower trims. Toyota is the only other brand that gives you all the safety tech in lower trims just like Nissan... but the Tundra is old and will be replaced soon. Things that are great: technology is the best by far in this segment. the 9" screen is amazing and it comes with navigation plus Apple and Android capabilities. The safety shield with smart cruise control would cost almost $10,000 more in a domestic truck at this time. The ride is good, the seats are fantastic, and the the truck is super quiet at speed. The new 9 speed transmission does a great job overall. The truck is roomy for any person at any height... but it's not as enormous as the other brands... it really doesn't matter though. This truck fits in my 2 car garage with another car. Things that could be improved: The engine could benefit from some eco features to gain more mileage. Gas mileage is ok but not great. In town they all suck, but on the HWY I see about 20 mpg going 75 mph. The upper door trim is hard plastic. It doesn't bother me, but I can see that it might bother some people since that is where you place your elbow quite often. It would be nice to have daytime running lights in the trim. However, for $20 I added my own which I connected right to the battery via a switch on the dash. Lastly, the steering is a bit heavy at slow speeds. It can get annoying but it's not a deal breaker. Overall, this truck is a great truck, built in America, and solid as a rock. It also happens to be the least expensive of the bunch with all the discounts. Can't beat it. And if you tow more than 10,000 Lbs regularly then you should probably look for a heavy duty truck anyway.

    Based on 52 consumer ratings for 2016–2023 models.|


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      What is the problem of Nissan Titan? ›

      Premature fuel pump failure

      With a failing fuel pump, a number of issues can arise, and that can spell trouble for your Titan. One big issue that seems to come up is catalytic converter damage. In modern vehicles, the catalytic converter is part of the exhaust system. It helps to control emissions.

      Why did the Nissan Titan fail? ›

      Nissan's first — and biggest mistake — was not investing enough money in the Titan's frame. In a body-on-frame truck, the strength of the frame determines capability. A massively stiff frame enables a truck to tow and haul more. It enables the suspension system to do a better job of smoothing out the ride.

      How many miles per gallon does a 2021 Nissan Titan 5.6 get? ›

      2021 Nissan Titan
      EPA MPGOwner MPG Estimates
      2021 Nissan Titan 2WD 8 cyl, 5.6 L, Automatic (S9)
      18 combined city/highway MPG 16 city 21 highway 5.6 gals/ 100 milesNot Available How can I share my MPG?
      2021 Nissan Titan 4WD 8 cyl, 5.6 L, Automatic (S9)
      Premium GasolineNot Available How can I share my MPG?
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      Where does Nissan Titan rank? ›

      Rankings & Research. The 2023 Nissan Titan's #6 ranking is based on its score within the Full Size Pickup Trucks category.

      What years did Titans avoid? ›

      Quick Answer: Avoid 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2016, and 2018 Nissan Titans. Nissan's first foray into full-size pickup trucks didn't go off without a hitch; in fact, it took them a few years to get things rolling.

      Does Nissan Titan have transmission problems? ›

      Titan Transmission Problem Causes

      Our investigation into the common transmission problems with the Nissan Titan revealed a key insight. A radiator design flaw is the root of the Titan transmission failures, thus resulting in early transmission failure and overheating.

      Are Nissan Titan engines reliable? ›

      The 2022 Nissan Titan got a "Great" score of 85 out of 100 for Quality and Reliability3 from J.D. Power. Compare the Nissan Titan vs. Ram 1500, and you'll see that the 2022 Ram 1500 truck received an "Average" Quality and Reliability score of 80 out of 1004 from J.D. Power.

      Is the Nissan Titan made by Dodge? ›

      The Nissan Titan is a full-size pickup truck manufactured in the United States for the North American market by Nissan. It was named for the Titans of Greek mythology.

      How to increase mpg on Nissan Titan? ›

      Improve Your Miles Per Gallon
      1. Drive Conservatively.
      2. Drive Steadily and Obey the Speed Limits.
      3. Avoid Idling Your Vehicle.
      4. Tire Inflation.
      5. Air Conditioner.
      6. Use Cruise Control.
      7. Choose the Right Fuel.
      8. Monitor Power Accessories.

      How far can a Nissan Titan go on a tank of gas? ›

      Fuel tank capacity: 26.0 gallons. Fuel type: regular unleaded. EPA mileage estimate (cty/hwy): 15/20mpg. Range in miles: 390/520 mi.

      What oil does a 2021 Nissan Titan 5.6 take? ›

      Engine Oil
      Viscosity0W-20 (All TEMPS)
      Capacity:6.9 quarts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (with filter). After refill check oil level.
      Torque:25 ft/lbs (Oil Drain Plug) Install a new washer on the drain bolt.

      Do Nissan Titans hold their value? ›

      The 2021 Nissan Titan is our top pick for the best model year value for the Titan. With the 2021, you would only pay, on average, 88% of the price as new, with 92% of the vehicle's useful life remaining. The 2022 and 2020 model years are also attractive years for the Titan, and provide a relatively good value.

      Is Nissan Titan better than Toyota Tundra? ›

      The Nissan Titan boasts a more powerful base engine than the Tundra, thanks to a big V-8 that churns out an impressive 400 horsepower. In the Tundra, the standard engine is a twin-turbocharged V-6 that puts out between 348 and 389 horsepower.

      What was the Titans best year? ›

      In 1999, Adelphia Coliseum, now known as Nissan Stadium, was completed and the newly christened Titans had a grand season, finishing with a 13–3 record — the best season in franchise history.

      Why do Titans last 13 years? ›

      Because it is impossible for anyone to surpass the Founder, each person who gained the power of the Titans was fated with the "Curse of Ymir" (ユミルの呪い Yumiru no Noroi?), which limited their remaining lifespan to only 13 years after first acquiring it.

      Why do people not like the Nissan Titan? ›

      Besides the limited engine options, the towing capacity is another of the Nissan Titan's drawbacks. Towing is a primary reason people buy trucks, but the Titan fails in this category. The 2022 Nissan Titan has a maximum towing capacity of between 9,040 lbs and 9,320 lbs.

      Are Nissan Titans expensive to fix? ›

      The average total annual cost for repairs and maintenance on a Nissan Titan is $555, compared to an average of $936 for fullsize trucks and $652 for all vehicle models.

      Are Nissans good after 100k miles? ›

      On average, Nissans can last about 250,000 miles.

      Most Nissan drivers report a lifespan of around 250,000 miles for their vehicles. Naturally, maintenance habits and driving history can push this number higher or lower. With excellent caretaking, your Nissan could easily last well beyond 300,000 miles.

      How many miles is a Nissan engine good for? ›

      A Nissan car can put on a mileage range of 200,000 to 300,000 with proper care and maintenance.

      Does Nissan pay for transmission problems? ›

      Nissan CVT Reimbursement

      If the replacement or repair was performed by a Nissan dealer, the full amount paid will be reimbursed.

      Is there a recall on the Nissan Titan transmission? ›

      2022 Nissan Titan Recall

      Description of Recall: Nissan North America, Inc. (Nissan) is recalling certain 2020-2023 Titan, 2020-2022 Frontier, and 2023 Z vehicles. The transmission parking pawl may not engage when the vehicle is shifted into park, which can result in a vehicle rollaway.

      What year did Nissan have transmission problems? ›

      While this works well in theory, some Nissan applications have been problematic. Generally, the issues have been reported between 2012/2013 and 2018. There were some problems in 2003 when Nissan first began using this transmission and in the 2007-2012 CVT generation.

      Who makes TITAN engines? ›

      Get the best of both worlds, a factory new engine built and tested by Aerotec. Continental offers a range of Titan™ engines that can be ordered and built at Aerotec Engines to your specifications. Choose from 4-cylinder engines in the range of 150–205 HP, and 6-cylinders from 260–270 HP.

      Does Nissan Titan get good gas mileage? ›

      The 2023 Nissan Titan mpg estimates reach 21 miles per gallon on the highway. Actual Nissan Titan gas mileage will vary by drivetrain.

      Where is Nissan Titan built? ›

      In 2004, the Canton assembly plant took over production of some vehicles from the Smyrna, Tennessee plant to meet high demand. Since 1992, assembly had taken place in Smyrna, Tennessee. The Nissan Frontier, TITAN and TITAN XD are all assembled-in the Canton, Mississippi plant with over six decades of truck expertise.

      Is there going to be a 2023 Nissan Titan? ›

      For 2023, the Nissan TITAN Crew Cab SV is available with a new Midnight Edition package that gives the truck an even more aggressive appearance, thanks to black exterior and interior trim, a gloss black front grille surround, full-LED headlights, black tailgate badges, a black headliner and A-pillar upholstery, black ...

      Which Nissan Titan has Cummins engine? ›

      Designed exclusively for the TITAN XD, this turbo diesel has tremendous reserves to call on when you need them. When you're towing up to 12,710 lbs., climbing a steep grade in oppressive heat, you'll be glad to have legendary Cummins® power and reliability under the hood.

      Who makes Nissan 5.6 V8? ›

      Nissan VK engine
      Nissan VK
      ManufacturerNissan Motor Co., Ltd.
      Configuration90° V8
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      Do you get better gas mileage with your tailgate down? ›

      Turbulence And Drag

      This creates a lot of turbulence, which results in more drag. So technically speaking, with the tailgate open the shape of the truck is not as aerodynamic as it is with the tailgate closed. So, gas mileage is better with the tailgate closed.

      What is the best speed to increase mpg? ›

      Slow down

      Your fuel costs will increase the faster you drive, so keep speeds reasonable. According to government stats, driving at a steady speed of 50 miles per hour (mph) instead of 70mph can improve fuel economy by 25%.

      Does lowering truck improve gas mileage? ›

      Lowered vehicles are more aerodynamic. There's less air hitting the wheels and tires (that are not streamlined shapes). This makes these cars faster. Some owners of low-stance vehicles also notice improved gas mileage.

      How fast can a Nissan Titan go? ›

      The Titan has a stout 390 horsepower V8. It backs that up with a seven-speed automatic transmission. This combination gives it a vehicle top speed of over 110 miles per hour.

      How much can a Nissan Titan hold in the bed? ›

      Payload capacity up to 1,658 lbs.

      Is the Nissan Titan a 1 ton? ›

      In the world of pickups, there are two Titans. While the regular half-ton Titan, which we review separately, commands its own place in the full-size segment, the heavy-duty-ish Titan XD ups the payload and towing capacity.

      What is the best fuel for Nissan Titan? ›

      2022 Nissan Titan, 5.6L V-8

      But in 2020, the recommended fuel with the same engine was regular unleaded the spec sheet says it delivers 390 horsepower and 394 pound-feet of torque.

      When should I change the oil in my 2021 Titan? ›

      How often does a Nissan Titan need an Oil Change? An oil change is one of the most critical and basic services for your vehicle. Synthetic oil usually should be changed every 7,500 - 10,000 miles. Nissan recommends getting your Nissan Titan oil & filter changed every 3,000-5,000 miles for conventional oil.

      What gas is recommended for Nissan Titan? ›

      What kind of gas does a Nissan Titan take? Regular unleaded 87 octane or higher.

      What is the most weakest Titan? ›

      Pieck's Cart Titan is arguably the weakest of the Nine, but it comes with several advantages. Unlike its eight brethren, the Cart Titan walks on all four legs, making it an excellent method of transport. Pieck often has large structures attached to her back, which carry both people and weapons.

      Who is the toughest Titan? ›

      Founding Titan

      Founding Titan is the first and the strongest Titan of all the nine. If the Founding Titan is someone from Royal Bloodline, then it will possess limitless power. Eren Yeager was not someone of royal blood that's why he asked for Zeke's help to use the Founding Titan to its fullest.

      Why are Nissan Titans not selling? ›

      Why are Nissan Titans not selling? While the Titan is a useful truck, Nissan has never given it the same variety of powertrains or options as the trucks from Ram, Ford, and GM. Nissan lacks the brand cache and perceived reliability that Toyota uses to move the Tundra in the full-size pickup truck class.

      Is it a good idea to buy a Nissan? ›

      Nissan's Reliability Rating is a decent 4.0 out of 5.0, ranking 9th out of 32 automobile manufacturers, according to This grade is based on the reliability of 245 different car models. Nissan is more trustworthy than Subaru, which was placed 14th and is typically considered the most reliable brand.

      Does Nissan or Toyota hold value better? ›

      While these manufacturers can be comparable in terms of list price, Toyota vehicles simply retain value better than your average Nissan. That's important because your investment into a vehicle matters more if that vehicle will still have value after several years on the road.

      Is Nissan better than Toyota? ›

      When comparing Nissan vs Toyota's reliability, Toyota was ranked by Consumer Reports as the second most reliable out of all car brands for 2021. Nissan ranked a lot lower in sixteenth place. Toyota's are known to be very reliable, lasting their owners decades with few significant problems.

      How long will a Nissan Titan last? ›

      Nissan took another swing in 2016 when it introduced the second generation of the Titan, and even gave it a refresh in 2020, but that wasn't enough to seriously challenge the class leaders. According to analysts, Nissan will likely kill off the Titan sometime between 2024 and 2025.

      Are Nissan Titans a reliable truck? ›

      Is the Nissan Titan a reliable truck? The 2022 Nissan Titan got a "Great" score of 85 out of 100 for Quality and Reliability3 from J.D. Power. Compare the Nissan Titan vs. Ram 1500, and you'll see that the 2022 Ram 1500 truck received an "Average" Quality and Reliability score of 80 out of 1004 from J.D. Power.

      Which truck is better Toyota Tundra or Nissan Titan? ›

      Toyota Tundra comparison, the Nissan Titan has a more powerful engine and can tow more than the Tundra. The Nissan Titan is also backed by a better warranty than the Toyota truck. Maximum towing capacity when properly equipped. Maximum towing of up to: • 9,310 lbs.

      What is the best year for Titan truck? ›

      The 2009 model is a great starting point if you are searching for the most reliable Nissan Titan year. This model has capitalized on the powerful 5.6L Endurance V-8 engine and the smooth five-speed transmission. Start the engine, and you'll get the powerful urge to drive the truck and play off-road.

      What's the best year for the Nissan Titan? ›

      The best year for a used Nissan Titan is either 2007, 2009, 2017, 2019, or 2020. Newer vehicles tend to be more reliable than their older predecessors, and that's true for the Nissan Titan. However, occasional model years didn't live up to expectations—even though they're fairly new models.

      How do I know if my Nissan transmission is bad? ›

      1. How do I know if my Nissan CVT transmission is defective?
      • Delayed Acceleration.
      • Lurching and Jerking.
      • Transmission Slipping.
      • Shaking and Shuddering.
      • Vehicle Hesitation or Stalling.
      • Burning Smells.
      • Coolant/Fluid Leaks.
      • Transmission Overheating.

      Does Nissan replace transmission? ›

      Nissan will typically fix or replace a transmission, whether there is a cost associated with the repair or replacement is a different story.

      Do Titans hold their value? ›

      The 2021 Nissan Titan is our top pick for the best model year value for the Titan. With the 2021, you would only pay, on average, 88% of the price as new, with 92% of the vehicle's useful life remaining. The 2022 and 2020 model years are also attractive years for the Titan, and provide a relatively good value.

      How much is insurance for Nissan Titan? › research suggests that the cost of insuring a Nissan Titan is estimated to be around $1,779 annually or $148 monthly. It's important for drivers to consider these rates when assessing their insurance needs. These rates can increase based on your driving record, location, age, and other factors.

      Will Nissan drop the Titan? ›

      Titan remains in Nissan's truck lineup for the 2022 model year and beyond.” Titan is no slouch. The 2022 model comes standard with a 400-hp 5.7-liter V8 that delivers 418 lb.

      What company makes Nissan transmission? ›

      JATCO Ltd (Japanese: ジヤトコ株式会社, Hepburn: Jatoko Kabushiki-gaisha), abbreviated from "Japan Automatic Transmission COmpany", is a company that manufactures automatic transmissions for automobiles. Unlisted public company (K.K.)

      What kind of transmission is in a Nissan Titan? ›

      All TITAN models feature a 9-speed automatic transmission that's a perfect fit for the powerful 400-horsepower Endurance V8 engine.

      Who makes the Titan transmission? ›

      Who makes the Nissan Titan transmission? The only Japanese part of the Nissan Titan is its nine-speed automatic gearbox. The company called on a long-time subsidiary, Fuji-based Jatco, to build the unit.

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