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2018 Nissan Titan Review

2018 Nissan Titan in Magnetic Black

Modern trucks moved past their utility past and branched into luxury features and virtually limitless customization options to provide a well-rounded option to buyers. One of the best examples of this is the Nissan Titan, a tough pickup truck with excellent styling options and even better technology features.

Drivers in East Providence, Cranston and Pawtucket can learn more about the 2018 Nissan Titan with our in-depth review.

2018 Nissan Titan Exterior

Nissan Titan Midnight EditionThe Titan has a commanding presence and sharp styling that adds a little flair to its obvious heavy-duty abilities. A unique grille and hood gives the Titan an aggressive look, but large, modern headlights and subtle sculpting keep it looking modern and upscale.

Inside, the Titan spans from a bare-bones work vehicle to a fully-loaded luxury truck, depending on the trim and options you choose. The refined instrument panel and logical layout stay consistent across the lineup, however, regardless of how much technology you add.

Nissan Titan Specs

The 2018 Titan comes with a 5.6-liter V-8 engine that produces 390 horsepower and 394 pound-feet of torque. It shuttles power to the rear wheels or a part-time four-wheel drive system through a sophisticated seven-speed automatic transmission. This engine powerful and offers plenty of low-end torque, which gives the Titan its impressive 9,740-pound towing capacity. The payload capacity is nearly 2,000 pounds as well, ensuring you can haul just about anything you need in the bed.

Despite these heavy-duty capabilities, the Titan still has refined road manners and a smooth ride quality. It takes on turns with the poise of a much smaller vehicle, and passengers will never be jostled by bumps in the road. It’s also a capable off-road vehicle, especially when equipped with the Pro-4X features like a locking rear differential, hill descent control and skid plates.


Nissan Titan InteriorEven at base level, the Titan comes with a 5-inch display screen, power accessories, a rearview camera and Bluetooth connectivity. Satellite radio, navigation, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, premium audio, a rear-seat entertainment system, a surround-view camera and remote start are also available options. A variety of advanced towing features and safety technology can be added as well.

The Titan infotainment system is one of the most intuitive on the market, featuring crisp, clear graphics, a straightforward interface and large, easy-to-read icons for more convenience. The Nissan telematics system is also available, which offers such capabilities as real-time news, sports and weather, as well as roadside assistance and other vital information.

Test Drive the 2018 Nissan Titan at Stateline Nissan

With the powerful performance and heavy-duty towing and payload capability, the 2018 Nissan Titan lives up to its full-size designation. When you add the high-tech features and options for customization and upscale style, however, it’s elevated to a new level suited for the modern truck buyer.

Drivers in East Providence, Cranston and Pawtucket can learn more about what’s available for the 2018 Nissan Titan by visiting Stateline Nissan. Contact us online or stop by our dealership today for more information and to schedule your test drive!