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Vehicle Comparisons:
2021 Nissan TITAN vs Ford F-150

2021 Nissan TITAN

When you’re on the search for a powerful pickup truck for your adventures all around the East Providence, Cranston, and Pawtucket, Rhode Island, areas, there’s a good chance you’re considering either a Nissan TITAN or a Ford F-150. After all, they both have a reputation for delivering advanced performance, technology, and safety features. Ultimately, which is going to be the right choice for you?

Here at Stateline Nissan, we’re dedicated to helping you every step of the way through your car-buying journey—and we know that starts right here with the research process. In order to make that as simple as possible for our drivers, we created this handy breakdown of the 2021 Nissan TITAN vs. Ford F-150. Now, let’s see how these two stack up against one another.

Performance Features & Engine Specs

To get started, we’ll head right under the hood and check out what powers these two trucks.

2021 Nissan TITAN

2021 Ford F-150

5.6L Direct Injection Gasoline V8

Standard Engine

3.3L Ti-VCT V6

400 HP

Standard Horsepower

290 HP

413 lb-ft

Standard Torque

265 lb-ft

As you can see, the standard engine found in the TITAN delivers exceptionally more horsepower than the base trim level of the F-150. While the F-150 does offer a few other available engines, you’d have to majorly upgrade to even begin to compete with just the base level of the TITAN.

Innovative Safety Features

2021 Nissan TITAN InteriorWith all that power, you’re going to need a plethora of driver-assisting features. These systems are designed to act as a second set of eyes on the road ahead. Luckily, the 2021 TITAN certainly delivers on that front with these features:

These features work together to help mitigate or avoid collisions, travel on the highway with ease, and stay securely in the center of your lane.

A RearView Monitor comes standard on the TITAN as well, but for advanced visibility, there’s an available Intelligent Around View® Monitor, which shows a 360-degree view of your truck. This helps with parking, hitching up a trailer, and backing out of tight spaces. The standard Rear Automatic Braking feature helps you avoid bumping into other vehicles as well.

Over in the F-150, they provide some similar features but not on the base trim level. Much like the TITAN, a rearview monitor does come standard, but Ford doesn’t come with as many standard safety features as the TITAN. To get similar features, you’ll have to upgrade to higher trim levels.

The Verdict: 2021 Nissan TITAN vs Ford F-150

While both pickup trucks may seem like decent choices for your commutes around the East Providence, Cranston, and Pawtucket, Rhode Island, areas, it’s clear that the 2021 Nissan TITAN outperforms the 2021 Ford F-150 in terms of performance and safety.

Here at Stateline Nissan, we’re dedicated to providing you with a fun and informative car-buying experience, so you can find the perfect vehicle for your lifestyle. For more information or to schedule your next test drive, give us a call or stop by today!