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Vehicle Comparisons:
2021 Nissan TITAN vs Ram 1500

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Scenic and entrancing, our home state boasts an impressive array of spots to go off-roading. The area surrounding East Providence, Cranston, and Pawtucket, RI, welcomes your sense of adventure—and the Stateline Nissan team wants you to try a new driving experience.

Below, you’ll find our 2021 Nissan TITAN vs. Ram 1500 comparison. We go over the nitty-gritty of both trucks, so you can better understand which pickup is right for you. Ready to dig in?


TITAN vs Ram 1500: Which Is More Powerful?

2021 Nissan TITAN Red Off-Roading Mountains Stateline NissanThe Nissan TITAN is more than just visually appealing. Versatile, durable, and accommodating, the 2021 Nissan TITAN doesn’t shy from its raw power and capabilities. The standard 5.6L V8 engine reaches a best-in-class 400 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque—perfect for heavy-duty jobs on or off the clock.

While still mighty in its own right, the Ram 1500 doesn’t hold a candle to the TITAN’s maximum outputs. The standard 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine only reaches 305 horsepower and 269 lb-ft of torque, meaning its ultimate power won’t deliver as powerful a punch during your drives.

When trailering, the TITAN shows off here as well. With its base engine, you can freely tow up to 9,310 pounds when properly equipped.1 With the Ram 1500’s base engine, you can only pull up to 7,740 pounds.


Nissan vs Ram: Interior Conveniences and Technology

2021 Nissan TITAN Interior Stateline NissanBefore you get buckled in, you may notice the sizeable Dual Panel Panoramic Moonroof in the TITAN. You’ll be able to take full advantage of the gorgeous sky above you—both day and night—thanks to this available convenience feature for added relaxation.

The TITAN’s available Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control will keep you and your passengers comfortable as will the available Memory System.

Nevertheless, the infotainment systems in either pickup share numerous connectivity benefits, including:

  • Access to Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto
  • SiriusXM®
  • In-truck navigation services
  • Smartphone charging via USB connection ports

It’s worth noting the Fender® Premium Audio System in the TITAN, too. This available stereo setup is ideal whether you’re alone or with company. If you want to feel like you’re in the recording studio with the artist, this upgrade is worth your consideration.


Advanced Safety Features in the TITAN and Ram 1500

2021 Nissan TITAN Black Highway Stateline NissanIncluded in the DNA of both the TITAN and Ram 1500 are advanced active safety and driver-assist features. These pickups are meant to ensure your safety no matter where you are in our great state. There are several shared safety technologies, including:

  • Blind Spot Warning
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Intelligent Around View® Monitor

While both the TITAN and the Ram 1500 have your safety in mind, Nissan’s all-encompassing Safety Shield® 360 does include standard features only available as upgrades with Ram.

For example, the TITAN comes standard with Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, designed to prevent any potential collision from occurring in front of you.


Test Out the Nissan TITAN for Yourself

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The Stateline Nissan team has particular fondness for the design, capabilities, and technologies included in the Nissan TITAN. You’re given an opportunity to show off with modesty while also maintaining the commitment to durability established by Nissan.

The next time you’re cruising through East Providence, Cranston, or Pawtucket, RI, stop by our dealership. Let us know that you read our 2021 Nissan TITAN vs. Ram 1500 review when you stop in for a test drive!


1 Maximum towing capacity when properly equipped. Maximum towing of up to: • 9,310 lbs. for TITAN® Crew Cab 4×2 • 9,210 lbs. for TITAN® Crew Cab 4×4 • 9,310 lbs. for TITAN® King Cab® 4×2 • 9,260 lbs. for TITAN® King Cab® 4×4 Towing capacity varies by configuration. See Nissan Towing Guide and Owner’s Manual for additional information.