2011 Nissan Titan Price, Review & Picture – New Car Reviews, The Titan receives minor updates for the 2011 model year, including a “4×4″ badge affixed to the tailgates on four-wheel-drive S, SV and SL models. The luxurious SL model gets standard captain’s chairs. And the new PRO-4X/SL Technology Package features a moonroof, a navigation system, and a DVD entertainment system with flip-down eight-inch LCD, remote control, auxiliary input, and wireless headphones
The Nissan Titan was Nissan first truck entering the full sized segment in 2004. It was engineered to compete with Ford F-150s, Chevy Silverados, and Toyota Tundras. It was at one time assembled in Mississippi. The Titan was a huge seller in the US for several years. After economical changes however, truck buyers looked for vehicles offering greater fuel economy. The absence of a new Titan generation reduced sales too.
Still, the Titan remains appealing for the truck buying consumer. It houses a V-8 motor. It vehicle’s exterior is solid, and it has four wheel disc brakes as well as four wheel drive options. The engine is an Endurance V-8 hosting 32 valves. The V-8 replaces the former 5.6 Liter, 385 hp engine with 385 foot pounds of torque. The V-8 is joined to a five speed auto tranny. The Titan’s platform is the ladder frame F Alpha. It is made of tensile strength steel too. It tows 9500 pounds with ease, and it hosts a control arm front, and a solid-axle-rear-suspension. The Titan remains a popular truck.
The Titan exterior wears a bold front end and cab design, highlighted by a standard 138.9-inch wheelbase. Bed lengths range from five feet, seven inches to seven feet, three inches. A nifty bedside bin provides storage for common work gear. Inside, the Titan offers the choice of a front bench seat with column shifter or front bucket seats with a floor shifter. Standard flip-up 60/40-split rear seats provide additional cargo room, and an optional overhead console system adds even more storage options.
A 5.6-liter Endurance V-8 that generates 317 horsepower and 385 pound-feet of torque, and can be run on E85 ethanol, serves as the sole engine for the Titan. Further, a five-speed automatic is the only transmission, although two axle ratios are offered. All Titans use a front control-arm/rear solid-axle suspension. The performance-oriented PRO-4X model boasts Rancho dampers, a 3.36 axle ratio, an electronic locking rear differential, and 18-inch alloys. Every Titan pickup truck comes with front, front-side, and side curtain airbags. Nissan also fits the Titan with front-seat active head restraints, stability and traction control, and a tire pressure monitoring system.
Engine: 5.6L V-8
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Models: S, SV, PRO-4X, SL
EPA Fuel Economy
9-13 mpg city/12-18 mpg highway
Price : $27,410 – $40,210