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Base model shown as 2019 4x2 Single Cab S
2019 Nissan Titan 4x2 Single Cab S - front view
MSRP RANGE
$39,850
Lowest
$30,690
Highest
$57,840
BASE MODEL SNAPSHOT
390
HORSEPOWER
394
TORQUE
RWD
DRIVETRAIN
4
WARRANTIES
15
CITY
21
HWY
3
PASSENGERS
2
DOORS

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Top Features of Base Model

  • Gasoline and diesel V8 engine options
  • Comfortable, spacious interior
  • Solid tow rating
  • CarPlay and Android Auto included
Pro Review

2019 Nissan Titan: Everything You Need to Know

About the Nissan Titan

The 2019 Nissan Titan and Titan XD are full-size pickup trucks built in the U.S. The half-ton Titan is the base model that competes with the Ford F-150. The Titan XD is designed to straddle the line between a light duty and heavy-duty truck.

The Titan nameplate has been sold since 2003, but Nissan hasn’t come close to the sales of the Big Three. To give the Titan a better chance against Dodge, Ford, and GM, Nissan redesigned the pickup in 2016. The Titan is now more capable, comfortable, and offers modern technology.

The standard Titan comes with a 5.6-liter V8 and a seven-speed transmission only. The Titan XD offer either the same 5.6-liter V8, or a 5.0-liter diesel V8. All Titans are offered in standard, King and Crew cab body styles. There are three bed lengths, and either rear- or four-wheel drive.

What’s New in the 2019 Nissan Titan?

The second-generation Nissan Titan is only three years old. Most of the changes for 2019 are minor, but there are many of them.

  • A new 7.0-inch touchscreen is now standard. It offers Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
  • A rear-door alert system reminds drivers to check the back seats
  • Premium Fender audio system on standard Titan
  • An extra USB port has been added
  • Body color grille
  • Titan XDs get new gooseneck hitch and larger DEF tank

What Does the 2019 Nissan Titan Compete With?

The Nissan Titan competes with the following full-size trucks:

The full-size truck market is extremely competitive. Yet, that competition gives buyers the ability to find the truck that meets exactly their needs.

Exterior Design of the 2019 Nissan Titan

The 2019 Nissan Titan’s exterior design is exactly what you’d expect of a full-size pickup truck. It follows the square-front, large cabin, and useable bed design.

That said, the Nissan Titan’s design separates it from the more mainstream pickup trucks. The front fascia is split with a large lower bumper inset with twin LED daytime running lights and a more traditional grille that’s body colored. It also features LED headlights and a grille intake with a large Nissan badge.

Whereas other truck designs use large fender flares for an exaggerated look, the Titan has a simple design with fenders that frame the larger tires. A more traditional and conservative rear-end is fitted with LED brake lights.

Nissan offers four different wheel designs for the Titan:

  • 17-inch alloy wheel is standard
  • 18-inch alloy wheel is optional
  • Two 20-inch alloy wheels, one in a black finish

Interior Design of the 2019 Nissan Titan

The exterior provides a nice blend of traditional and progressive designs. But the interior of the Titan feels outdated.

No matter what spec you choose, there is ample head and legroom. The Titan regular cab only has room for two, but the King and Crew Cab seat five.

The rest of Nissan’s lineup has received newer interiors, while the Titan still looks old. Behind the steering wheel is the column-mounted transmission shifter as well as the analog speedometer and tachometer, along with a very small digital display separating the two.

Above the center console are the controls for the HVAC system and the updated 7.0-inch touch display that controls the truck’s audio, navigation, and other systems. It also is the interface for the standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Outward visibility is excellent thanks to its large windshield, side, and rear windows. The rear seat is comfortable and spacious. Child safety LATCH points are standard on both the King and Crew Cab, though the Crew Cab is easier to get child seats in and out.

What Technology Comes With the 2019 Nissan Titan?

The Titan XD offers several available towing and driving aids including:

  • Trailer Light Check
  • Integrated Trailer Brake Controller
  • RearView Monitor with Trailer Guides
  • Trailer Sway Control
  • Integrated Gooseneck Hitch with plug inside the bed
  • Tow/Haul Mode with Downhill Speed Control
  • Hill Descent Control
  • Intelligent Around View Monitor
  • Hill Start Assist All Titans come with a 7.0-inch touch display. The system includes:
  • Hand’s Free Voice Command
  • Bluetooth technology
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

What Kind of Safety Features Are in the 2019 Nissan Titan?

The Nissan Titan includes standard safety features such as:

  • LATCH child safety restraints
  • Rear-facing camera
  • LED headlights, brake lights, and Daytime Running Lights
  • Hill Descent Control
  • Hill Start Assist
  • Intelligent Around View Monitor
  • Blind Spot Warning
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Front and Rear Sonar Sensors

What’s the 2019 Nissan Titan Like to Drive?

The Titan’s driving dynamics are somewhat less than desirable compared to the competition.

Though the full-size pickup truck class isn’t focused on steering feel or cornering capability, the Titan offers far less than its competition in both areas. The Titan’s steering is quite numb. This insensitivity gives the Titan a yacht-like demeanor. Chevrolet’s Silverado and Ford’s F-150 both offer tighter and tidier responses.

The Nissan’s towing, cargo capacity, and payload capabilities are competitive against Ford and General Motors products.

The Nissan Titan’s cabin, however, has a dual-personality. It is both uber-luxurious and pitifully outdated. There are comfortable and plush set of seats, a well-damped quiet cabin, a crisp audio system, loads of storage space, and a supple ride-quality. But the interior’s gauge cluster, steering wheel, technology, and layout need a refresh.

Should I Buy a 2019 Nissan Titan?

The truck has great exterior looks and is quite capable. However, for those that want to do more in terms of towing and payload ratings, as well as have a more technologically capable pickup truck, there are other trucks to consider.

Should I Buy a Used 2019 Nissan Titan? Are There Any I Should Avoid?

Old Nissan Titans are a good value, but don’t offer the updated technology or the more comfortable interior. Though the older generation Titan is reasonably priced compared to its Ford, GM, and Dodge counterparts, the new generation is a better value in the long run.

How Much Does the 2019 Nissan Titan Cost?

The 2019 Nissan Titan prices start at $30,390 for the standard Titan and $32,290 for the Titan XD.

Pros and Cons of the 2019 Nissan Titan

Pros

  • More reasonably priced than competitors
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard
  • Large list of optional extras
  • Many towing features
  • Wide array of cab and bed sizes

Cons

  • Lack of advanced safety systems
  • Dated interior design
  • Not as powerful as its competitors
Model History

The History of the Nissan Titan: Second Time’s the Charm

Nissan first introduced the Alpha T pickup concept at the 2001 Detroit Auto Show. The production truck was shown a year later. Nissan began Titan production in 2003.

The Titan didn’t take much of a bite out of Ford, GM, or Dodge’s sales in its first generation. However, those loyal to Nissan did enjoy the full-size pickup truck and the Titan developed a cult following. As such, a second generation was developed not only to satisfy the Nissan Titan die-hards but once again in an attempt to win buyers from the Big Three.

Specs & Key Features of the 2019 Nissan Titan

Specifications

Body Style
Single Cab
Engine
5.6L V8
Horsepower
390 hp
Transmission
7-Speed Automatic
Passenger Doors
2
Passenger Seating
3
Drivetrain
Rear Wheel Drive
City MPG
15
Hwy MPG
21

Key Features

  • Air Conditioning
  • Android Auto
  • Apple CarPlay
  • Audio
  • Back Up Camera
  • Bluetooth
  • CD Player
  • Cruise Control
  • LCD Monitor
  • Monitors
  • Remote Keyless Entry
  • Tinted Glass

More Features

  • Engine: 5.6L V8
  • Transmission: 7-Speed Automatic
  • 2.937 Axle Ratio
  • GVWR: 7,100 lbs
  • Transmission w/Driver Selectable Mode, Sequential Shift Control and Oil Cooler
  • Rear-Wheel Drive
  • Engine Oil Cooler
  • 80-Amp/Hr 710CCA Maintenance-Free Battery w/Run Down Protection
  • 200 Amp Alternator
  • 1850lbs. Maximum Payload
  • Gas-Pressurized Shock Absorbers
  • Front And Rear Anti-Roll Bars
  • Hydraulic Power-Assist Speed-Sensing Steering
  • 26 Gal. Fuel Tank
  • Single Stainless Steel Exhaust
  • Double Wishbone Front Suspension w/Coil Springs
  • Leaf Rear Suspension w/Leaf Springs
  • 4-Wheel Disc Brakes w/4-Wheel ABS, Front And Rear Vented Discs, Brake Assist and Hill Hold Control
  • Wheels: 18" x 8" Silver Metallic Styled Steel
  • Tires: P265/70R18 BSW
  • Regular Box Style
  • Wheels w/Hub Covers
  • Steel Spare Wheel
  • Full-Size Spare Tire Stored Underbody w/Crankdown
  • Clearcoat Paint
  • Black Front Bumper
  • Black Rear Step Bumper
  • Black Side Windows Trim, Black Front Windshield Trim and Black Rear Window Trim
  • Black Door Handles
  • Black Manual Side Mirrors w/Manual Folding
  • Sliding Rear Window w/Defroster
  • Deep Tinted Glass
  • Speed Sensitive Variable Intermittent Wipers
  • Galvanized Steel/Aluminum Panels
  • Black Grille
  • Tailgate Rear Cargo Access
  • Manual Tailgate/Rear Door Lock
  • Aero-Composite Halogen Headlamps
  • Cargo Lamp w/High Mount Stop Light
  • Radio: NissanConnect AM/FM -inc: Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, 7" color touchscreen audio/IT display, advanced audio features, 2-USB connection ports for iPod interface and other compatible devices, Bluetooth hands-free phone system, streaming audio via Bluetooth and hands-free text messaging assistant
  • Radio w/Seek-Scan, In-Dash Mounted Single CD, MP3 Player, Clock, Speed Compensated Volume Control, Aux Audio Input Jack, Steering Wheel Controls and Radio Data System
  • Fixed Antenna
  • Air Filtration
  • 2 LCD Monitors In The Front
  • Front Manual Split Bench Seat (40/20/40) -inc: 4-way manual adjustable driver's and passenger's seat, flip down center seat w/armrest, dual cupholders and storage (in seat-back and seat-bottom)
  • Driver Seat
  • Passenger Seat
  • Manual Tilt/Telescoping Steering Column
  • Gauges -inc: Speedometer, Odometer, Engine Coolant Temp, Tachometer, Trip Odometer and Trip Computer
  • Proximity Key For Push Button Start Only
  • Valet Function
  • Remote Keyless Entry w/Illuminated Entry, Illuminated Ignition Switch and Panic Button
  • Cruise Control w/Steering Wheel Controls
  • Manual Air Conditioning
  • Locking Glove Box
  • Driver Foot Rest
  • Interior Trim -inc: Metal-Look Interior Accents
  • Full Cloth Headliner
  • Urethane Gear Shift Knob
  • Cloth Seat Trim w/Vinyl Bolsters
  • Day-Night Rearview Mirror
  • Passenger Visor Vanity Mirror w/Driver And Passenger Auxiliary Mirror
  • 1 12V DC Power Outlet
  • Fade-To-Off Interior Lighting
  • Full Vinyl/Rubber Floor Covering
  • Pickup Cargo Box Lights
  • FOB Controls -inc: Windows
  • Dashboard Storage, Driver And Passenger Door Bins
  • Power 1st Row Windows w/Driver And Passenger 1-Touch Up/Down
  • Delayed Accessory Power
  • Power Door Locks w/Autolock Feature
  • Trip Computer
  • Analog Display
  • Outside Temp Gauge
  • Seats w/Cloth Back Material
  • Manual Adjustable Front Head Restraints
  • Armrests w/Storage
  • Perimeter Alarm
  • Engine Immobilizer
  • Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
  • ABS And Driveline Traction Control
  • Side Impact Beams
  • Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Seat-Mounted Side Airbags
  • Tire Specific Low Tire Pressure Warning
  • Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Front Airbags
  • Airbag Occupancy Sensor
  • Curtain 1st Row Airbags
  • Outboard Front Lap And Shoulder Safety Belts -inc: Height Adjusters and Pretensioners
  • RearView Monitor Back-Up Camera

Warranty Options for the 2019 Nissan Titan (4)

Basic

5years

100,000miles

Drivetrain

5years

100,000miles

Corrosion

5years

Unlimitedmiles

Roadside Assistance

3years

36,000miles

Available Trims for the 2019 Nissan Titan (18)

4x2 Single Cab S
MSRP Starting at
$30,690
4x2 King Cab S
MSRP Starting at
$33,960
4x4 Single Cab S
MSRP Starting at
$34,090
4x2 Single Cab SV
MSRP Starting at
$34,320
4x2 Crew Cab S
MSRP Starting at
$36,680
4x4 King Cab S
MSRP Starting at
$37,100
4x2 King Cab SV
MSRP Starting at
$37,390
4x4 Single Cab SV
MSRP Starting at
$37,470
4x4 Crew Cab S
MSRP Starting at
$39,830
4x2 Crew Cab SV
MSRP Starting at
$39,870
4x4 King Cab SV
MSRP Starting at
$40,540
4x4 Crew Cab SV
MSRP Starting at
$43,020
4x4 King Cab PRO-4X
MSRP Starting at
$44,880
4x4 Crew Cab PRO-4X
MSRP Starting at
$47,110
4x2 Crew Cab SL
MSRP Starting at
$48,740
4x4 Crew Cab SL
MSRP Starting at
$51,940
4x2 Crew Cab Platinum Reserve
MSRP Starting at
$54,630
4x4 Crew Cab Platinum Reserve
MSRP Starting at
$57,840

Safety Ratings for the 2019 Nissan Titan

US NHTSA Crash Test Results

Results shown are for the 2019 Nissan Titan 4x2 Single Cab S:

N/A
Overall Rating
N/A
Overall Frontal Barrier Crash Rating
N/A
Driver
N/A
Passenger
N/A
Overall Side Crash Rating
N/A
Side Barrier Rating
N/A
Side Barrier Rating Driver
N/A
Side Barrier Rating Passenger Rear Seat
N/A
Side Pole Rating Driver Front Seat
N/A
Combined Side Rating Front Seat
N/A
Combined Side Rating Rear Seat
4/5
Rollover Rating

Dynamic Test Result

No Tip

Risk of Rollover

19.80%

Rollover Note

Dynamic (moving) test results (Tip or No Tip) and measured rollover-related properties determine vehicle's risk of rollover in single vehicle crash and its rollover rating. The Rollover Resistance Rating utilizes a "fishhook" maneuver which is a series of abrupt turns at varying speeds to see how "top-heavy" a vehicle is.

Note

Male: Average sized adult male dummy in 35-MPH crash into fixed barrier. Rating is evaluation of injury to head, neck, chest, legs. Female: Small-sized adult female dummy in 35-mph crash into fixed barrier. Rating is evaluation of injury to head, neck, chest, legs.