Nissan Titan Towing Capacity
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- Manufacturer: Nissan
- Data Source: Owner's Manual
You can find 319 different trims/engines for the Nissan Titan and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.
The years available stretch from 2004 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.
The Titan is a full-size pickup truck built by the Japanese car manufacturer Nissan. This Titan is exclusively manufactured within and for the United States.
Named after the Titans of Greek mythology, the first generation of this model came out in 2003 having started development four years earlier in 1999. Nissan used the popular full-size platform F-Alpha to create this pickup, a platform shared with the Armada and the Infiniti QX56.
Originally, all Titans had 5.6-liter 32-valve engines capable of producing 317 horsepower. The pickup was built on a boxed ladder frame with the option of either a rear-wheel drive configuration or an optional 4-wheel drive as an upgrade. For the first generation, there was no regular cab available, with the only two options being a king cab or crew. Trim levels were S, SV, Pro-4X, SE and LE where the LE was the top line.
A second generation was brought out for the model year 2016 having been showcased at the North American International Auto Show the previous year. Nissan predicted that 100,000 units would be sold within the first year but only achieved a rather disappointing 21,880 units.
The standard engine was a 5.6-liter V8 gasoline that produced an improved 390 horsepower. Two main options were made available, XD or Regular with the choice to have 3 different cab configurations, i.e. 2 door regular cab, 4-door king cab or 4-door crew cab. This new Titan carried a new infotainment system with a GPS navigation system and Apple car play for the customers with iPhones and CarPlay connection for Android users. A new 7-inch touch screen was also installed to control the majority of the cockpit, replacing many of the traditional controls found on the dashboard before.