The Titan has a distinctive exterior thanks to a large grille and Nissan's "double boomerang" LED daytime running lights. Not all models have the latter feature, yet the Titan remains easily distinguishable in a crowd. Base models ride on 18-inch steel wheels, while upper-tier models get 20-inch alloy wheels. There is some awkwardness to the design when viewed from the side. The large headlights are at odds with the smaller tail light clusters. This will sound like an odd description, but it looks as if the front end of a full-size pickup was welded to the body of a mid-size pickup. It's just an illusion, as demonstrated by the ample dimensions. The Crew Cab SV can be equipped with a new Midnight Edition Package that blacks out the exterior and equips 20-inch wheels in black.
Nissan's Titan is a big beast. All Titan models have a 139.8-inch wheelbase, with the overall length depending on the trim. The Pro-4X is 229.5 inches long, while the rest of the range is 228.1 inches long. The truck has a width of between 79.5 and 80.7 inches and it is 75.1 to 77.2 inches tall. The Pro-4X is the most off-road-oriented model in the line-up. It has 10.6 inches of ground clearance, accounting for the skid plates. From the ground to the rear axle, the ground clearance is an impressive 9.8 inches. The approach/breakover/departure angles vary according to trim, but the best it can muster is 22.8/21.7/23 degrees respectively.
The bed is 63.8 inches wide and 50 inches between the wheel wells. The King Cab's bed is 78.7 inches long, while the Crew Cab has a 67-inch bed.
The Titan King Cab SV 4x2 is the lightest model at 5,487 pounds, while the Crew Cab Platinum Reserve 4x4 has a weight of 5,898 lbs.
|Nissan Titan Trims||S||SV||PRO-4X||Platinum Reserve|
|Max Width||79.5 in.||79.5 in.||80.7 in.||80.7 in.|
|Length||228.2 in.||228.2 in.||229.5 in.||228.2 in.|
|Height||75.1 in.||75.1 in.||77.2 in.||75.6 in.|
|Wheelbase||139.8 in.||139.8 in.||139.8 in.||139.8 in.|
|Nissan Titan Trims||Curb Weight|
|S||5,526 - 5,691 lbs.|
|SV||5,487 - 5,642 lbs.|
|Platinum Reserve||5,744 - 5,898 lbs.|
|Wheels Type||Steel Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||18" x 8"|
|Rear Wheel Size||18" x 8"|
Nissan's Titan is available in several different hues, but specific colors are only available on high-spec models. The base model is available in Red Alert, Super Black, Gun Metallic, and Glacier White. Further up in the lineup you can add Deep Blue Pearl at no charge, along with Cardinal Red Tricoat and Pearl White Tricoat for $395 each. The top-spec Crew Cab Platinum Reserve comes with four additional dual-tone color options. Deep Blue Pearl/Gun Metallic and Super Black/Gun Metallic are no-cost options, while Cardinal Red Tricoat/Gun Metallic and Pearl White Tricoat/Gun Metallic cost an additional $395. The Pro-4X is also available in Baja Storm, retailing for $395.