Nissan Titan – A Legendary Choice
Since it was first introduced in December, 2003, the Nissan Titan has experienced two generations. Whether you are the type of person who is strictly the pickup truck type of you are in the market as a first-time buyer, there are plenty of reasons to choose the Titan above all else.
To begin with, Titans are plentiful, which means you are likely to find one that you like if you head on over to Liberty Cars and Trucks. Then, of course, there are the benefits to owning one, which are sure to please any truck owner.
When you seek out the purchase of a pickup truck, usually it is because you are looking for something that is capable of hauling different types of cargo. Fortunately, the Titan does not disappoint in this area. The Titan has gained recognition as a reputable contender with the capability of handling a decent payload.
This is one full size truck that is a true work horse. Its box-style frame provides optimal support for those heavy loads and long hauls. Also, you have the choice between a standard wheelbase capacity and a longer wheelbase capacity. The longer wheelbase capacity provides enough room for even the largest of loads.
A utility tow package may be available for some models to increase the Titan’s towing capability. With the addition of a tow package, you can turn this already extraordinary work truck into something far more incredible. You can also choose an extended cab model to provide more room for additional passengers.
The interior of the Titan is out of this world for so many reasons, namely because it is spacious, and that is putting it lightly. If you opt for an extended cab model, you gain the benefit of additional legroom for both front and rear passengers.
A large, but not overly bulky center console gives you the space you need to store your belongings for those longer road trips. Never again do you have to make room for passengers as you scramble to brush envelopes and other belongings off your seat. Thankfully, it all stores safely and securely inside the spacious center console.
The Titan boasts a variety of trim levels and plenty of customizable options and accessories. You can outfit this full size pickup however you feel is best. A broad range of stylization options allow you to adapt this truck in such a way that it is unique to your wants and needs.
There are packages that provide family-friendly entertainment, additional hauling capabilities, and even enthusiastic off-road fun and adventure. No matter the type of person you are and what it is that peaks your interest, you are sure to find it in the Nissan Titan.
If you would like to learn more about your stylization options, head down to Liberty Cars and Trucks to talk to a professional today. A dealer can go over their inventory of Nissan Titans to assist you in finding one that best matches what it is you want and need out of a full size truck.
The Nissan Titan is no stranger to safety. Over the years, Nissan has gone above and beyond to provide incredible safety and security features into each model Titan they have released. With each new model released, the security features got better and better.
For instance, the 2014 Titan offers tire pressure monitoring, new and improved airbags throughout, roll-over sensors, and an anti-lock brake system. The Titan’s ABS combines the power of electronic brake distribution and brake assist to bring you one of the safest full size trucks you have ever driven.
If you are ready to test drive the Titan so you can experience these safety features firsthand, get in touch with Liberty Cars and Trucks today.
Despite having a powerful V8 engine to help haul those heavy loads, the Titan is not a gas guzzler like you might assume. Also, the engine purrs like a kitten, making it quiet enough for you to enjoy a peaceful ride. The engine features plenty of horsepower and pound-foot torque to keep up with the heaviest payloads you throw at it.
The Nissan Titan is an award winning truck, and with good reason. The Titan does more than a decent job at re-establishing Nissan’s position as a competitive manufacturer in a world already chock full of full size truck manufacturers.
To prove its capability, the 2016 Nissan Titan was awarded Pickup Truk of the Year. That is not the first time the Titan brought home an award. In 2015, it was also hailed the Truck of Texas as it received five top honors from the Texas Auto Writers Association at the 2015 Texas Truck Rodeo.
The Nissan Titan boasts a near perfect 4.8 out of a 5-star rating based on the positive reviews left by more than happy Titan truck owners. Of those reviews, many drivers agreed that the Titan was the best full size truck choice for them.
Tim – Nissan Titan Owner
“This is the truck many have been waiting for and Nissan did a great job with it. I bought an SV model 4x4 with the Cummins diesel. Smooth ride, plenty of power, quiet cabin. Build quality is exceptional on mine. Better than my Tundra that I traded for the Titan. MPG has been about 20.6 so far combined on an engine that only has 400 miles on it so it is far from broken in yet. I got out the door for this truck at a little less than $40,000, so good deals are available if you look around. Don’t believe all the negative reviews you seem from so called experts, drive one for yourself and see what a great truck this really is.”
Mike – Nissan Titan Owner “
I have owned the truck for 2 weeks now so can’t speak about reliability but this thing is incredible to drive. I went in for a Frontier and loved the ride and agility but the back seat wasn’t going to get it done for family outings. Test drove the Titan XD and was hooked immediately! I have to say I was intimidated at first, this thing is huge compared to the sedans and SUVs I have had over time, but this beast drives smooth and quiet with plenty of room for the gang. Not sure what it was about the personality of the car but it just kinda spoke to me (buy me) not sure if it was the Cummins diesel badge or the 4x4 or the quality of the ride or I guess because I don’t know much about trucks but this thing could pull over 12k, Dang a 30ft Eliminator speed boat weighs about 5k lbs. whoever complains about its towing capacity is just looking at an apple when they obviously need an orange. The other negative I have seen is comparable trucks are cheaper, I just don’t think this is true. Someone compared a loaded SV against a stripped version of a 2500 and said it was too expensive, just silly. I got 7k off Pro4x this beast is just sexy people would be hard pressed to find a Cummins diesel 4x4 with all that comes with this truck for less than 47k after discount.”