Nissan Titan Dealer

There’s a lot to be said about a manufacturer continually on the cutting edge of developing new technology and never complacent with its abilities. That’s the story of Nissan. Its vehicles are continually exquisite in terms of performance, technology, and the capability to last a long time. The Japanese-based manufacturer might be known for its practical four-door sedans, but Nissan trucks are just as formidable as their domestic counterparts. Named for the Greek Gods who once came close to overthrowing Mt. Olympus, the Nissan Titan has certainly lived up to its namesake. With the ability to carry the load of a workhorse and with consistently high marks in terms of safety, there are few vehicles more deserving of the recognition that the Nissan Titan has established.

Finding a Nissan Titan is no difficult task; however, finding a Nissan Titan dealer with your best interests at heart and who continually goes above and beyond for their customers is even easier. Here at Newton Nissan South, we have a wide variety of vehicles that can match any driver's needs, and our selection includes a variety of Nissan Titan models. Not only do we believe in putting the customer first, we also believe in being a service to the community that we all call home. We want you to be able to buy the best vehicles to help you get around, and we offer you the services you need to keep it running smoothly all in one place.

A red 2022 Nissan Titan is shown driving through the mud after leaving a Nissan Titan dealer.

A History of Titanic Proportions

The history of the Nissan Titan begins with the 2004 model year. Despite having the nameplate of an overseas manufacturer, the Titan was conceived of and manufactured in the United States. The first generation of the vehicle utilized a powertrain with a 5.6L V8 and a five-speed automatic transmission. With the ability to generate 317 horsepower and 385 lb-ft of torque, it didn’t take long for the Titan to make an impression in the North American market.

The vehicle received a bold new redesign to begin its second generation, which was released to customers for the 2016 model year. The Titan retained the 5.6L V8, but drivers could also get a 5.0L turbo diesel engine in the Titan XD model. While the diesel engine utilized a six-speed automatic transmission, the gasoline-powered V8 would be outfitted with a seven-speed automatic transmission. The quality of performance for both engines was quite impressive. The gasoline-powered V8 now produced 390 horsepower and 394 lb-ft of torque, and while the diesel engine only equipped the Titan with 310 horsepower, it made up for this with the capability to generate 555 lb-ft of torque.

Raw engine power wasn't the only positive attribute for the Titan during the second generation. In 2019, GPS navigation and a new infotainment center compatible with SiriusXM, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto were introduced. 2019 also marked the year that Nissan made a deal with Fender audio for an upgraded sound system, which had previously only supplied its craft to the Volkswagen fleet.

As a testament to Nissan’s continued quest to improve its designs, the Titan was given a refresh in 2020. The diesel engine and seven-speed automatic transmission were both dropped. The 5.6L V8 was now the sole powertrain option, along with an all-new nine-speed automatic transmission. The two-door cab also ceased production; four-door extended and crew cabs were in its place. The Titan was also outfitted with a variety of new safety and driving assistance features, which allowed for peace of mind for drivers everywhere. The Titan continues to move forward, driving to the beat of its own drum. While the industry changes yearly, Nissan's unwavering dedication to its vehicles does not.

A black 2022 Nissan Titan is shown from the side driving on an open road.

Comprehensive and Competitive Coverage

With its capable powertrain and intimidating design, the Nissan Titan is certainly a tool you’ll want to have in your arsenal. It has consistently high rankings in safety and quality assurance and the latest and greatest in driving assistance technology. However, there’s much more to benefit from by purchasing a new Nissan Titan. While all manufacturers offer warranty coverage with the purchase of a new vehicle, Nissan offers one of the most comprehensive and competitive in the entire industry.

Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty

Nissan’s comprehensive bumper-to-bumper warranty far outshines every manufacturer in this class. Lasting for a period of 5 years / 100,000 miles, this surpasses Ford, Chevy, and Ram, as well as Toyota.

Powertrain Coverage

Nissan understands that getting from point A to point B is impossible without a reliable powertrain to propel the Titan forward. To this end, they will take care of the powertrain, transmission, and drivetrain for a period of 5 years/ 100,000 miles.

Roadside Assistance

Life is known for being unpredictable, and there’s nothing more frustrating than having to call for help when that unpredictability decides to come for a visit. To this end, Nissan has available 24/7 roadside assistance that lasts for 5 years / 100,000 miles. With this, you'll get help when you get a flat tire, run out of gas, have a dead battery, or get locked out of your vehicle.

A tan 2022 Nissan Titan Pro4x is shown off-roading.

What’s New for the Titan in 2022?

For the 2022 model year, the Nissan Titan is once again a symbol of strength and prowess. The 2022 Titan is currently equipped with a 5.6L V8 that produces 400 horsepower and the ability to generate 413 lb-ft of torque. Much like all Titan models since 2020, a nine-speed automatic transmission accentuates the V8’s smooth performance that can tackle any job it sets out to accomplish. Speaking of which, when properly equipped, the Titan lives up to its name with an impressive towing capacity of 9,320 lbs.

Always possessing a keen eye for technology, Nissan has equipped the 2022 Titan with Safety Shield 360, a standard driver assist feature set. The suite of features includes High Beam Assist, Rear Automatic Braking, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Warning, and Blind Spot Warning. This array of features acts as an extra pair of eyes, so whether you are cruising into work or towing around a large load, you're covered.

They Say “Used,” We Say “Good As New”

A used model is well within your reach if you’re looking to purchase a Nissan Titan but want to adhere to cost-effectiveness. At Newton Nissan South, we carry a vast selection of used Titan models that will get you the quality you want at a price you can afford. Whether you are looking at a model from two years ago or ten, we can help you get a great deal on a vehicle that has all the power and capability you could need. We’ll value your trade-in, and we have an on-site financing center that will work with you to get the car loan necessary to drive off into the sunset. All of our previously owned vehicles are held to the highest quality, and we don’t put anything up for sale that we wouldn’t purchase ourselves.

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