The second generation Nissan Titan was introduced more than three years ago at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). Considering that it is 2019 Nissan Titan planned for the first part of the next year, we expect an official presentation at some of the autumn fairs of the car. Probably in North America, since his main rival is the Ford F-150. Next to him are Toyota Tundra and Chevrolet Silverado. As far as the change is concerned, first of all, we expect something stronger engines. Also, the front will have less correction, and lighting will also be improved. Nevertheless, major improvements will be visible in the cabin, with new materials and improved security systems. Naturally, besides the standard model, available will be Titan XD.
The exterior design features chrome grills, several variants of the bumpers and LED lighting. Depending on the trim level, embedded is a 5-inch color display or 7-inch touchscreen, with a significantly enhanced Nissan Connect Infotainment system. Additional comfort provides cloth or lether seats and dual-zone automatic climate control.
This light-duty pickup will be slightly higher in all dimensions, but probably much easier. However, towing capacity and payload will be somewhat higher. Three-sized cabins (single, king and crew) with two or four doors offer accommodation for three to six passengers. Mounted at the 18-inch steel or aluminum wheels, as well as on 20-inch aluminum wheels. Also, trim levels remain the same: S, SV, Pro-4X, SL and Platinum Reserve.
Still offers a 5.6-liter V8 Endurance petrol engine, probably with 400 hp and 400 lb-ft (542 Nm) of torque. It has an optional rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, combined with a 7-speed automatic transmission. Although the engine is somewhat stronger, fuel consumption is unchanged, it is 15/21/18 mpg. Of course, we also expect a 5.0-liter V8 diesel engine, with the Cummins M2 two-stage turbo system. We assume that they will have about 325 hp and 570 lb-ft (773 Nm) of torque, combined with a 6-speed Aisin automatic transmission.
In any case, the 2019 Nissan Titan will be more expensive than its predecessor. We expect a price of $ 31,000 to $ 57,000 (petrol engine), while diesel models will cost from $ 36,500 to $ 62,000. 2019 Nissan Titan XD will probably cost from $ 33,000 to $ 59,000, or from $ 38,500 to $ 64,000 (diesel models). Certainly, there will be several special editions: Midnight Edition, XD Pro 4X Project Basecamp and Warrior. Also, we will mention the XD Snow Plow Prep Package, AT-M6 Walker, Lift Kit and Smokin Titan.