2023 Nissan Titan Safety and Reliability

Nissan Titan Reliability Rating

2023 Titan Safety

The NHTSA only tested the King Cab for rollover safety, and it scored four out of five stars. The Crew Cab was subjected to a more thorough test and received an overall rating of four out of five stars. For side impacts, it received five stars, but the rollover rating for the 4x4 Crew Cab was three stars; the 4x2 Crew Cab received a better four-star rating for the rollover test.

The IIHS gave the 2022 Titan a thorough review. Only two anomalies were detected; an "acceptable" rating for the small overlap passenger-side crash and the headlights were rated "poor." All other tests returned much more favorable results.

US NHTSA Crash Test Result

NHTSA safety ratings are not available at this time.

2023 Titan Key Safety Features

While those Nissan Titan crashworthiness reviews weren't perfect, the Titan is well-equipped to keep a crash from happening in the first place. All models come with Nissan's Safety Shield 360, which consists of a rearview camera, cruise control, forward collision warning with automatic braking, lane departure warning, blind-spot monitoring, automatic rear braking, and rear cross-traffic alert. Top-tier models get a surround-view monitor, front parking sensors, and traffic sign recognition.

The conventional safety kit consists of ABS with EBD, traction control, hill-start control, trailer assist, tire pressure monitoring, and eight airbags.

Nissan Titan TrimsSSVPRO-4XPlatinum Reserve
Back-Up CameraSSOS
Cross-Traffic AlertN/AN/AN/AN/A
Rear Parking AidSOOS
Blind Spot MonitorSSSS
Lane Departure WarningSSSS
Lane Keeping AssistN/AN/AN/AN/A
Night VisionN/AN/AN/AN/A
Tire Pressure MonitorSSSS
Brake AssistSSSS
Stability ControlSSSS
Traction ControlSSSS

2023 Titan Reliability

The Titan last received a J.D. Power rating last year when it attained an encouraging 85 out of 100 for quality and reliability. The Nissan Titan reliability rating is among the best in the segment.

At the time of writing, the NHTSA only had one recall on record for the 2023 Nissan Titan for an unsecured transmission that could lead to the vehicle rolling away - a scary thought for such a large, heavy truck. The 2022 model had two separate recalls for the same issue, as well as two recalls linked to the rearview camera display. The transmission issue also affected 2021 models, and these were also affected by issues like front turn signal bulbs that may not illuminate and sudden air loss that could lead to a failing tire.

All Titan models are covered by a five-year/60,000-mile limited warranty, and a powertrain warranty valid for the same period.


  • Basic:
    5 Years \ 100,000 Miles
  • Drivetrain:
    5 Years \ 100,000 Miles
  • Corrosion:
    5 Years \ Unlimited Miles
  • Roadside Assistance:
    5 Years \ 60,000 Miles
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