2018 Nissan Titan
Nissan’s truck segment is one of the best selling segments among all classes and producers, and their leading mannequin is Titan. It has been present for many years in US market. And it seems like popularity is continue to grow. That’s why company is launching revisited 2018 Nissan Titan to unveil some parts of the new generation, which is just around a corner, according to rumors. This could be caused by news from rival companies, including Dodge, Ford and Chevy. All lining up with new trucks for upcoming years. Competition is going to be tough, choice harder for buyers, and we hope for increase of quality and price reduction.
2018 Nissan Titan engine
Power for the 2018 Nissan Titan comes from huge 5.6-l V8 beast that can make up to 350 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque. Some changes under the hood are possible but current information point to V8. With possible weight reduction on the truck, we can expect better fuel consumption, and it is around 16 mpg. With enhancement on engine and overall weight drop, it could raise to 17 or 18. On the other hand, towing numbers are unknown. But we are sure 2018 Titan will top its predecessor.
2018 Nissan Titan redesign
Bold design of parts of the exterior, and features list of the cabin, promise us that we can expect another stylish vehicle. It is attractive and elegant, with its big wheels, grille, hood and roof. Some parts are changing the image of working truck to vehicle which could be used for every day commuting and long-range trips. And it is not only because of the look, but comfort and safety, which are on highest level. There are sensors for lane changing and parking, which is also easier by installing camera, and many other. Infotainment is powered with HD touch screen in color, while navigation comes standard. Seats are coming with flexible 8-way technology. Look is enhanced with some metal and wood details.
2018 Nissan Titan release date
With price that could be predicted to be at least $40,000, release date of 2018 Nissan Titan is still unknown. We predict that could happen in second part of 2017, as well as the price could be closer to $45,000 for entry level models.
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