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NISSAN Titan Crew Cab Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 4
First production year: 2004
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Truck
 

2019 - Present

For three decades, every pickup manufacturer tries to steal the crown from the Ford F-series and nobody could. Some of them tried to copy something from the F150 just to do more sales. It is the case with the 2020 Nissan Titan Crew Cab. If there would be no badge on the grille or emboss on the hood, some would think it is a Ford. Apart from that awkward similarity in design, the 2020 Titan looks new and bold, but with optional LED headlights. Under the tall hood, there is a 5.6-liter V8 gasoline unit that offers 400 hp and 560 Nm (412 lb-ft) of torque. It is mated as standard with a 9-sp...

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gasoline engines:

  NISSAN Titan Crew Cab 5.6L V8 9AT 4x4 (400 HP)

 

2016 - 2019

The U.S. pickup market was the most competitive in the world, and Nissan tried to get a slice of it with the big Titan range. Used as a recreational vehicle and family hauler at the weekend, the Nissan Titan Crew Cab was bigger and more powerful than its predecessor. It was built to offer both comfort and safety on the road. On top of that, it was able to carry heavy loads and pull trailers. Nissan designers took their job seriously and made the Japanese vehicle look like it came from Dearborn, and its next destination was Texas. A big, chromed grille covered almost the whole area of t...

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gasoline engines:

  NISSAN Titan Crew Cab 5.6L V8 7AT (390 HP)

  NISSAN Titan Crew Cab 5.6L V8 AWD 7AT (390 HP)

 

2015 - 2019

With so many American carmakers' options, the full-size pickup market was the most difficult to break in. But Nissan tried to get a slice from it with the Titan XD. While in other parts of the world, Nissan made a great name for its pickup vehicles, the North-American market was different. Its European or Australian Navara was considered a light-duty pickup, and there were two other sizes to cover. The Japanese carmaker built the Titan, especially to crack that heavy-duty segment. It designed it and built it in the U.S. and took Cummins' engine to obtain a better vehicle. The tr...

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diesel engines:

  NISSAN Titan XD Crew Cab 5.0L V8 6AT (310 HP)

  NISSAN Titan XD Crew Cab 5.0L V8 6AT AWD (310 HP)

 

2004 - 2015

Nissan struck to the core of the American carmakers when it introduced the Titan pickup in 2003 as a 2004 model with an intelligent marketing strategy proving that, sometimes, less is more. Nissan provided the Titan with only two cab versions, one engine, and one gearbox option. Thus, it reduced the production costs while it still offered more than its American competitors at the same price. Moreover, when the Japanese carmaker ranked 23rd in the JD Initial Quality Study, it sent engineers to the assembly lines. It fixed the problem and jumped on 18th place, ahead of Chevrolet, Dodge, and...

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