2016 Nissan Titan is an excellent performer, but lacks much of the segment’s advanced technology to its competitors.
2016 Nissan Titan redesign
The 2016 Nissan Titan has fallen to the back of the pack, as the rest of the segment has seen–in some cases–multiple redesigns since it first made its debut. However, it still looks and sounds distinctive, even a decade later.Nissan hasn’t felt the need to make many changes to the Titan over its 10 years of production, either. We’re okay with that in terms of exterior design–it’s one of the most aggressively-styled trucks in the segment. However, hard plastics and cheap-feeling textures have aged its interior, especially when every other truck has received at least one major modernization in recent years.
2016 Nissan Titan interior
Designers this time did not want anything to neglect. External look of 2016 Nissan Titan will have the sleek and stylish line. The company believes that this change will increase its market segment in the category of full size pickup truck. According to information, the interior will also be modernized. Seats will be located in two rows, it will be more comfortable and covered with high quality leather instead of cheap materials as before. The control panel will have a more modern appearance and more hi tech features that until now were not on offer. When it comes to accessories, this Nissan truck will have the following: multi-function display, Bluetooth technology, an audio system with eight speakers, satellite navigation system and dual zone air conditioning. Internal parts that were previously out of plastic now will be replaced with better material.
2016 Nissan Titan engine
2016 Nissan Titan has just one performance flavor, and it’s for the most part a good one: The 5.6-liter V-8 that’s under the hood of the Titan sounds ripped and ready–and it is. That NASCAR-ish sound quality remains appropriate for this Mississippi-built truck. And while its numbers, of 317 horsepower and 385 pound-feet of torque, are no longer near best in class, the Titan’s always on its power-band, and aided by a transmission that feels like it was (and it was) designed as a willing companion to it. Considering the Titan’s size and heft, it handles quite well (at least compared to other large pickups) and it feels smaller and nimbler than it is, with good low-speed maneuverability.
Towing capacity for the 2016 Nissan Titan is impressive–up to 9,500 pounds with the King Cab and 9,400 pounds with the Crew Cab–although in this age of ever-burlier trucks, it stands well behind the F-150’s top 11,700-pound rating.
2016 Nissan Titan release date and price
2016 Nissan Titan for the first time will be presented to a Detroit Motor Show next year, which is planned for the beginning of the year (usually in January). On the market are supposed to appear during 2016.The price of this model is not yet available.