New Nissan Titan Truck

The 2020 Nissan Titan is Capable and Strong

If you've been thinking about getting a new pickup truck, you're probably going to be looking for a few specific things. You'll need your truck to be resilient, durable, and practical for starters, and you'll likely also want to it be equipped with modern technology. At Grand Strand Nissan in Myrtle Beach, we carry a few different truck models, and one of the trucks that we often recommend to our customers is the Nissan Titan. The 2020 Nissan Titan stands out in so many ways, and this guide will give you an overview of all of its strengths. Grand Strand Nissan has a new inventory of 2020 Nissan Titan trucks on Myrtle Beach right now with the customer support you deserve. Continue reading to learn more.

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Engine and Performance

The Nissan Titan will impress you with its 400-horsepower, 5.6-liter V8 engine. This engine comes with 413 pound-feet of torque, so you'll be able to handle tough climbs and challenging terrains. The engine is paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission to make your drive smooth. Four-wheel drive is available, and it would be a smart option if you think you'll ever be facing rough conditions and want to make sure you have as much traction as possible. A shift-on-the-fly system is available, giving you the ability to manually switch between two-wheel drive, 4x4 low, and 4x4 high settings.

You'll have all the power you need to bring cargo with you, as the truck has a payload capacity of 1,680 pounds and a towing capacity of 9,370 pounds. Making it easier to tow is a special tow/haul mode, trailer sway control, available tow mirrors, and an available integrated trailer brake controller.

Keeping You Safe

Safety Shield 360 is the name of the safety package that Nissan has built into the Titan. It consists of several driver-assist features that will be proactive about protecting you. Automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection can predict frontal collisions and prompt you to take action; if you don't have a chance to react in time, it can engage the brakes on your behalf. The same idea applies to rear automatic braking while you're in reverse. Rear cross-traffic alert keeps track of vehicles in the road behind you while you're backing up, and blind-spot warning gives you similar information as you drive on busy roads. Lane departure warning keeps you from inadvertently drifting out of position, and automatic high beams can be very convenient. What sets the Titan apart from most other trucks is that all of these features are standard, even on the base model. Of course, you'll also benefit from having multiple airbags, anti-lock brakes, and crumple zones that are meant to absorb impact.

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Inside the Cabin

Trucks have come a long way from their humble origins, and with the Nissan Titan, in particular, the cabin is far from basic. Many available amenities will treat you to a luxury experience, such as heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, remote engine start, and a dual-panel panoramic moonroof. The rear seats can also be heated to give your passengers a little more comfort on cold days. Multiple storage compartments can be used to keep your cabin organized. The Titan comes standard with cloth seats and stain-resistant bolsters, and it moves up to leather seats on the higher trims. The steering wheel is also leather, and it can come with a wood-tone insert.

You'll have a choice of getting either a Crew Cab or a King Cab, with the Crew Cab having some more back-seat legroom. While the King Cab has almost 25 inches of rear-seat legroom, the Crew Cab has almost 40 inches of legroom back there.

High-Tech Features

This Nissan truck comes standard with an eight-inch touchscreen, and a nine-inch touchscreen is available. Each Titan has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to make it simple to hook up your smartphone to the infotainment system. Bluetooth, hands-free text messaging, a CD player, SiriusXM Radio, and voice recognition are also standard. As you move up in trim, you'll start to see technological upgrades, such as integrated navigation, SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link, and a Fender premium audio system with a built-in subwoofer and up to 12 speakers. With the available NissanConnect Services and Nissan Concierge, you'll be able to connect with your truck remotely and will have so much information at your fingertips when you're driving around Little River, SC.

Trim Options

North Myrtle Beach and Surfside Beach drivers have a lot of options when it comes to trim. The S is the entry-level model, and it's an excellent option for anyone on a more limited budget who still wants a lot of capability and an advanced technological package. Moving up one trim takes you to the SV. It features 18-inch wheels, intelligent cruise control, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and LED taillights. Next up is the PRO-4X trim. Unlike the other trims that can be equipped with either a two-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive system, the PRO-4X is exclusively offered as a 4x4 truck, as its name suggests. Its upgrades included LED signature headlights, performance off-road shocks, an electronic locking rear differential, and a digital command center with a nine-inch touchscreen display. The SL and Platinum Reserve round out the lineup, and these are only available as Crew Cabs. With 20-inch wheels, a premium audio system, remote engine start, and leather-appointed seats, the SL is truly an upscale vehicle. The Platinum Reserve has even more high-end details, such as premium leather seats with a trim-exclusive logo, two-tone painted aluminum-alloy wheels, and a brushed satin-finished front grille.

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We're confident that if you check out the Nissan Titan in person, you'll like what you see. If you're in Murrels Inlet or Conway, SC, our team is ready to answer any questions you may have.