Though the Nissan Titan Truck was only introduced on the market in 2004, the platform of the full-size pickup has been around for quite some time. The F-Alpha is shared between many Nissan models such as the Armada, Frontier and Pathfinder as well as with the Infiniti QX56 that was sold until 2010. Nissan created the Titan as entry into the full-size truck market that has otherwise been dominated by standard favorites. The goal was not to challenge those top contenders in the American market, but to instead give buyers a new and different alternative.
The Nissan Titan Truck has a lot to brag about with an interior that is roomy and comfortable and the ability to tow virtually anything. A stylish design blended with innovative technology is part of why the Titan was nominated for North American Truck of the Year in 2004. Being the first automaker to challenge the popular American full-size pickup was a risk for Nissan, but the quality of the interior and capabilities of the powerful truck has made it a successful one. A large engine, spacious cab and sturdy towing abilities have helped the Titan to become a contender in the American work and family truck market.
However, with no significant makeover since its release, the Titan is slowly falling behind the competition. While other models have more to offer when it comes to power and features, the Titan has remained on an even keel. That said, the Nissan Titan Truck is still a viable truck for both work and family transportation. A towing capacity of up to 9500 pounds, precise steering, a V8 engine and handling that is above average work together to ensure that no job is too big or small for this vehicle. It even comes loaded with features that make it an ideal work truck.
The interior of the Nissan Titan Truck shows that even a work truck can be a family oriented vehicle. The cabin is spacious and comfortable for all passengers. The controls are user-friendly and placed in easy reach of the driver. Plenty of storage is a bonus whether the items being held are work related or personal. Material-wise, the cabin isn't as luxurious as some vehicles. Hard plastics and average materials make it functional at best. The rear seating folds up to allow more to be hauled inside the cab and the passenger seat folds into a work table. Doors open wider to allow easy loading and unloading for both items and people.