When Nissan released the 2019 year model of its full-size pickup truck Titan, what the critics and followers agreed upon is the set of basics that has been put right. The Titan has always been a perfect hauler that moves with plenty of power and excellent features arranged within its spacious cabin.
What Got Better with 2019
At the Salinas Nissan dealership, the team of experts serving there explained that, for the year 2019, the Nissan Titan has gained a few value enhancing updates like a 7.0-inch touchscreen display for the infotainment section that is now standardized with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration while you can also opt for those wonderful Fender speakers in the place of the earlier Rockford Fosgate audio system.
Trims and Powertrain Packages
The 2019 Nissan pickup truck Titan is distributed in five trim levels; the S, SV, Pro-4X, SL, and Platinum Reserve that come with configurations like being regular-, extended-, or crew-cab and have subsequent lengths of cargo beds, measuring 5.5-, 6.5-, or 8-feet, respectively.
Most of the trims of 2019 Nissan Titans are powered by a 5.6-liter V-8 engine that is ideally mated with a 7-speed automatic transmission to raise the horsepower to 390 while shuttling out power to either the rear wheel or all four of them.
Climbing higher the ladder of trim levels, the Titan XD comes as a higher performing truck as it gets all the more power from the turbodiesel V-8 engine, that is kept as an available option by the automaker to skillfully make a huge 555 pound-feet of torque even by using an average 6-speed automatic transmission. That much of power is enough to tow a weight of 12,000 pounds, with ease.
The exterior styling of the 2019 Nissan Titan stuck to its earlier simply curved “three-box” shape of the typical pickup trucks that looks neat and practical. The front grille is set upright and is slightly slathered on its right side allowing a good amount of chrome to show up and is proudly flanked by the taller than average sized headlights that gives it an identity wo stand out in the crowd.
Inside, the 2019 Nisan Titan looks spacious especially in its crew-cab configuration, while the 2019 year model upgrade has given it a more advanced infotainment system along with good number of active safety features.
Cargo Bed Options
At the Nissan Salinas dealership, our test drive with the 2019 Nissan Titan made a memorable evening with its look and feel. The quirky looking fender that lines up at the front are repeated in its cargo area. The 2019 titan seems to have the most accessible body frame especially for the crew cab that has imbibed a four-door configuration, from the popular SUVs. The rear doors of the 2019 Nissan Titan for the extended cab configuration with a bed size of 6.5-feet are strongly hinged up near the back, while the regular cab with the mandatory 8-foot bed does carry a serious and ordinary look and the crew-cab Titans bring with them a 5.5-feet bed to stack your cargo items.