Introduced three years ago, the second-generation model of this full-size truck will most likely continue without bigger changes for the 2019 Nissan Titan version. The company’s flagship truck has been characterized by a pretty long production cycle so far, which indicates that a mid-cycle update probably won’t come so soon.
The upcoming version is about to come with familiar design characteristics, though some minor tweaks in terms of standard features and new color options are possible. On the other side, the mechanical aspect of the truck will remain completely the same, including two familiar V8 engines. Expect to see 2019 Titan by the end of the year.
2019 Nissan Titan Design
In terms of base design characteristics, there is no place for 2019 Nissan Titan changes. The upcoming year model is about to continue with familiar characteristics, features the same styling and mechanics. The biggest change we could see outside could be some new color option. Other than that, don’t expect anything significant. Despite some reports predicted 2019 Nissan Titan Warrior to come, this will remain in a form of a concept, at least for another year.
Same goes for the interior design. There is a familiar layout, with a modern dashboard that comes with pretty stylish design and plenty of tech features. While the most basic versions come with a 5-inch display, higher trims are equipped with a bigger 7-inch touchscreen, as well as with things like navigation, premium sound system, smartphone integration and much more.
Which trim levels are available?
The 2019 Nissan Titan will continue with several trim levels in the offer. The base S model is a pretty much bare bone. You can’t count on many tech features, though there is actually a Wi-Fi hotspot.
The next one is called SV, which adds things like parking sensors, 120V power outlet, satellite radio, and trailer sway control etc.
All Titan models are pretty capable when it comes to the off-road drive. Still, if you need something more extreme, go for the model called Pro-4X. On this one, you get all those performance features like all-terrain tires, skid plates, front tow hooks, a two-speed transfer case, hill descent control, Bilstein off-road performance shocks, and a locking rear differential.
Back to road-oriented trims and the SL is next in the line. This is a well-equipped trim, so it’s not wondering it is available in Crew Cab version only. Some of the highlights are heated and power-adjustable front seats, leather upholstery, a 12-speaker Rockford Fosgate audio system, and front and rear parking sensors, as well as plenty of gadgetry.
Finally, we will see a familiar top-range 2019 Nissan Titan Platinum Reserved. This is a fully-loaded version that comes with pretty much you can imagine, including rear-seat entertainment DVD systems and similar things.
2019 Nissan Titan Engines
Speaking of the engines, there are two familiar units in the offer. The base engine is a familiar 5.6-liter V8, which delivers around 390 horsepower.
For more torque and better towing capacity, a 5.0-liter diesel V8 from Cummins seems like a better choice. This one delivers around 310 hp and 555 lb-ft of torque. Transmission is a 7-speed automatic.
How much does Nissan Titan cost?
This model goes in a price range that is pretty common for full-size trucks. Base models are available at around 30.000 dollars, while top-range versions could go all away up to 60.000 dollars.
2019 Nissan Titan Release Date
The 2019 Nissan Titan is yet to be precise. Still, we have no reason to believe that the new version will come earlier than usual. This means late in the year, during December.