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Overall Rating:
4.5 (out of 5)
Value 4.5
Exterior 4.7
Interior 4.7
Comfort 4.8
Performance 4.6
Reliability 4.8
So nice I bought it!

by Cjuring0213 from Burnsville MN | May 04, 2020

Awesome truck! After the test drive I determined to run some numbers and see what the dealership had to offer. Kal Xiong and his sales manager did a great job getting me through the process. I want to say if I didn’t have errands to run I could have taken the truck home the same day and the whole signing process would have only taken roughly 30-40min after approval!

Moved from a Tundra

by Scott from PANAMA CITY BEACH | March 18, 2020

I have been a Tundra owner for years. Was set to buy another Tundra. Compared a 2018 SR5 with the Titan XD PR, no comparison. Titan had the under-seat storage and driver side grab handle lacking in the Tundra. The Interior is a few notches above as well. Cons - can't touch the full rear window rolling down! Tech is lacking, the screen is very plain with no way to customize anything, only have Apple car would prefer android.

The Best Truck For the Money!

by Whipped Creamery from Augusta Georgia | February 25, 2020

I just purchase a 2018 Titan XD with the diesel engine. I live in Georgia and purchased the vehicle in Memphis Tennessee. After buying the truck I had a 572-mile drive home. At first it was uncomfortable because I did not have a clue about this truck other than my research. I have test driven many but owning it is different. So, on the drive home I discovered many of the features and came to understand its road manners. Feeling the turbo diesel vs. gas was strange because I have never owners a diesel truck and after about 100 miles a smile began to appear on my face. The power is great, and I know this is not an F-250 or GM-2500. Those trucks are nice, but they over kill, and the prices are ridiculous. So, to me there is no value there. The Titan is a wonder value and extremely capable for my needs. My average mile per gallon was around 20 MPG if I kept my foot from getting to happy because it just wanted to gooooo! The road manners were great, and the blind spot monitoring is needed. My first impressions of towing were great. I have rented multiple trucks to tow my food trailer (6500 Ibs) and they sucked (F-150, and Ram 1500). These trucks are just too light, and this makes for a very uncomfortable and scary ride at times. At times I have been passed by Big Truck (18 wheeler's) and I felt like I was being blown off the road or I felt like the trucks where under powered (Ram 1500). The F-150 with Eco-boost has great power, but the gas mileage is horrible, and you begin to smell the catalytic converters because the turbos are so hot. They are also overpriced in some situations and configurations. So, on my first experience of towing with the Titan was awesome and confident. I literally have to focus on slowing this truck down because all it wanted to do is pull and it felt confident. I was passed on the highway by a semi and the truck never moved it just sat there and kept rolling. This truck so far has been great. It does have some Cons: like parking this beast is not easy. Hello it’s a truck! So, I expected that. Like the power of the diesel but hate putting fuel in it because of the smell. SO, WHAT. I keep gloves in my truck. Overall at this point I'm very happy with the purchase. P.S The infotainment system works great and the backup camera is spot on when hooking up a trailer!

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2018 Nissan Titan XD Overview

The 2018 Nissan Titan XD is a heavy-duty truck that competes with the Ford F-Series, GMC Sierra, and Chevrolet Silverado.

The Titan XD is available in five different trim levels: S, SV, PRO-4X, SL, and Platinum Reserve. It has two configurations: a single cab and a crew cab.

Under the hood, the Titan XD is powered by a new, standard 390-hp, 5.6-liter Endurance V-8 engine mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission that produces 394 pounds-feet of torque. The 311-hp, twin-turbo-diesel 5.6-liter Cummins V-8 engine coupled with a 6-speed automatic transmission is still available as well. The truck can come with either rear-wheel drive or part-time, four-wheel drive.