Nissan Titan vs. the Competition
Having just been completely overhauled, the 2018 Nissan Titan continues to dominate the competition with its combination of brute force and luxury. Every Titan comes standard with the powerful 5.6L Endurance V8 engine, a 5-inch colour display, Bluetooth connectivity, and NissanConnect with Mobile Apps. On top of its standard features, the Titan also offers impressive luxury features like supple leather seats and a heated steering wheel to make itself the most accommodating full-sized pickup on the market. Read on with us at Ericksen Nissan, your trusted Edmonton dealership to learn more about the Nissan Titan and how it compares to the competition.
Nissan Titan vs. The Competition
|Vehicle||2018 Nissan TITAN||2018 Toyota Tundra||2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500|
|Torque (lb.-ft.)||394 @ 4,000 RPM||327 @ 3,400 RPM||355 @ 5600 RPM|
|Horsepower (hp)||390 @ 5,800 RPM||310 @ 5,600 RPM||383 @ 4100 RPM|
|Maximum Towing Capacity||9,230 lbs||6,500 lbs||9,100 lbs|
|Maximum Payload Capacity||1,910 lbs||1,315 lbs||1,710 lbs|
|Heated and Cooled Front Seats||Available||Not Available||Available|
|Intelligent Around View Monitor||Available||Not Available||Available|
|Fuel economy – combined||13.4 L/100 km||15.9 L/100 km||13.8L/100 km|
Nissan Titan vs. Toyota Tundra
2018 Toyota Tundra, while still formidable, is nevertheless getting long in the tooth. The standard 4.6L i-Force V8 is a powerful engine, but it simply doesn’t measure up to the Titan’s 5.6L Endurance V8 engine. Even though the Tundra still offers a handsome list of standard features. ts cabin feels outdated with stark black plastics abound and a lack of modern technological advances. In the end, the Tundra puts up a good fight, but it still does not measure up to comfort, luxury and power provided by the Titan with its available heated front seats, admirable fuel economy of 13.4 L/100 km, and maximum towing capacity of 1,910 lbs.
Nissan Titan vs. Chevrolet Silverado 1500
The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is a serious contender against the Nissan Titan. It offers a powerful horsepower of 383 and 355 lb-ft of torque which comes close to what the Titan offers. However, the Titan is the clear winner when it comes to power with its horsepower of 390 and 940 lb-ft of torque. Benefiting enormously from its recent overhaul, the Titan offers the latest in technological advancements as well as a wealth of high-end luxury fittings. Features like push-button ignition, a 7-inch touchscreen, Zero Gravity front and rear seats, and the Intelligent Around-View Monitor all contribute to a superior truck.