The 2019 Nissan Titan

December 31st, 2018 by

The Titan is one of Nissan’s best-selling vehicles and is back and better than ever this year with more technology and more standard features. The Titan is available in more exterior colors too, which means that you have even more options to give your Titan a custom look. The Titan comes in a standard version (the Titan) as well as a deluxe variation called the Titan XD. Either way, you can’t go wrong, as both trucks stand out for their power, performance, and overall prestige. If you want to know what’s in store for you – here’s what you can expect.

What’s New on the Inside?

Inside the 2019 Titan, you’ll find a suite of enticing new features that distinguish it from Titans in past model years. If you’re a music aficionado, you will appreciate the fact that the 2019 Titan has a premier Fender sound system, which comes standard on select trim levels. The sound system is enhanced even more with the addition of an acoustic control technology produced by Panasonic. Along with a higher-level sound system, you and your passengers will stay entertained with the all-new, premier infotainment system featuring a seven-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A USB charging port is standard on all trim levels, while the higher-level trims get standard USB-A charging outlets. This year, there are more driver safety aids, which are both standard and available, and a rear door alert system that sends an audible warning to ensure drivers check the Titan’s back seat after they’ve parked.

What’s New on the Outside?

This model year, the 2019 Titan gets a design change to its grille in the form of new styling and a new color pattern. The grille features glossy black accents, which are expanded on certain trim levels (including the SV). This design change replaces the chrome-accented grille of earlier model years. There are also two new paint colors to choose from in this year’s Titan – a Moab Sunset Metallic and a Midnight Pine Metallic. This brings the truck’s total number of paint color options to 11. A special variation called the Midnight Edition Package, which was made available on the truck starting in 2018, is back again in 2019. This special package gives the car a distinct look with black accents including mirrors, special badges, door handles, step rails, and bumpers. A toned-down charcoal color for the interior matches the Midnight Edition’s darker exterior. This special edition rides on 20-inch wheels that also have its signature black accents.

The 2019 Nissan Titan’s Power

Powered by an eight-cylinder engine, this year’s Titan is a true workhorse. All trim levels of the Titan are powered by a 5.6L engine that produces up to 390 HP at 5,800 RPM and up to 394 LB-FT of torque. The engine features variable valve technology, which maximizes performance when needed. Simultaneously, this novel engine technology maximizes the truck’s fuel economy and lowers emissions. The engine also contains a multi-valve control system that regulates the engine’s power, torque, and temperature. This feature is especially valuable to have in warm weather and when the truck is pulling heavier loads. The engine is paired with one of two drivetrains, which is either a 4×2 or a 4×4. Depending on the trim level that you get, your Nissan will come with either 18-inch or 20-inch standard wheels. When you need to stop on a dime, ventilated disc brakes in the back with hydraulic assist help you do so.

Towing With Your Titan

This year’s Titan has a towing capacity of up to 9,600 LBS. It has a number of trailer-assist amenities too, including trailer sway control and a trailer brake control. There are also several amenities that help the Titan descend hills safely and in control with a trailer attached. When fully equipped, the truck has a payload capacity of 1,860 pounds.

Trim Levels

The S is the base model of the latest Titan. IT features split-folding seats in the rear, dual cupholders in the back, and eight bottle holders. The Nissan Connect infotainment system is standard in this trim level, and it comes with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and Bluetooth. This year’s truck also has multiple USB ports to keep your devices charged and ready for use. The SV builds on the S’s amenities with cloth seats, an illuminated vanity mirror, ambient lighting, and off-road capabilities. The PRO-4X has rugged off-road tires, 18-inch wheels, off-road shock absorbers, and a trailer harness that can support both 4-pin and 7-pin connectors. On the outside, the PRO-4X gets a distinct look with fog lamps, automatic headlights, LED headlamps, halogen lights, and an intelligent key system that gives you hands-free access. A leather-wrapped steering wheel makes the interior feel more elegant, and optional towing accessories make it easier and safer to transport heavy loads. The SL builds on those amenities with leather seats, which are heated in the front, a tilt-telescopic steering wheel, and wood grain accents. Auto-dimming mirrors, which have a distinct chrome accent, LED lights, and available step rails are other highlights of this trim level. The Platinum Reserve has custom leather-trimmed seats, heated seats in the front and back rows, chrome accents inside and out, a heated steering wheel, and a premium audio system.

If you’re looking for a powerful, capable, and attractive pickup truck for the new year, the 2019 Nissan Titan deserves your attention. When you’re ready to take one for a spin, or if you’re just curious to learn more about the vehicle, contact the friendly, helpful staff members at Port City Nissan. We offer a high level of customer service, and we want to make sure you leave our dealership satisfied with your new purchase. Call, contact us online, or visit us to learn more about the Titan.

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