Exterior

Wheelbase 139.80 in.
Overall Length 228.10 in.
Overall Height 77.20 in.
Ground Clearance 10.10 in.

Interior

Standard Seating 5
Front Headroom 41.00 in.
Front Legroom 41.80 in.
Front Shoulder Room 63.30 in.
Front Hip Room 60.80 in.
Rear Legroom 38.50 in.
Rear Shoulder Room 63.60 in.
Rear Hip Room 60.30 in.

Transmission

Transmission-short 6A
Transmission-long 6-Speed Automatic

Suspension

Front Spring Type Coil
Front Suspension Ind
Rear Spring Type Leaf
Rear Suspension Live

Wheels

Alloy Wheels Std.
Wheelbase 139.80 in.

Tires

Tires P275/60R20
Turning Diameter 48.00 in.
Number Reviews 1
Average raiting 3
John Rigs
2016-12-01 17:37

I was excited to purchase the new 2017 model with great expectations. After 2 weeks of driving and evaluations, Nissan did an exceptional job of adding many more features. 7 speed transmission was a big hit. With the older Titan 5 speed it shifted on hills with high rev. Power was better pulling the RV. So many new features that was needed was a big plus. The biggest drawback is the handling. The steering wheel was very stiff and due to the added size of the truck, it took much more space to turn and handle. In all I loved the feel of the smaller older Titan but like the more luxurious and more power of the new Titan. If I was in the market for new Titan, I would really take the time to get the feel of the steering and the new larger size to see if it is worth the upgrade. I would have preferred little larger than the older Titan with all the new features. Hope they improve on the size and handling in the future...

Average raiting - 3
comfort: 4    interior: 4    performance: 3    reliability:     safety:     technology: 4    value: 3   

Cost

Below market Market average Above market
$35,929 $40,617 $45,305