2021 Nissan Titan – Review, Specs, Configurations, Price, and Interior

2021 Nissan Titan

$36,950 - $59,680
3.9

Reliability

3.9/5

Interior

3.6/5

Safety

4.6/5

Performance

3.5/5

Strengths

  • Friendly features of the infotainment
  • Great warranty
  • Deft handling

Weaknesses

  • The cabin is less large and elegant than competitors
  • Lower towing than competitors
  • Just one engine choice

Review 

While it has one of the highest safety ratings in the class, the 2021 Nissan Titan can’t match competitor full-size pickup trucks’ capabilities or interior quality. This Nissan does not have an overall score or rating since it has not been scored for expected reliability. The 2021 Titan lives in the shade of popular trucks, but it is a tolerable option for people who don’t want US trucks. While Nissan also provides high-duty Titan XD, which we evaluate separately, it makes more business sense to use the half-ton version.

If people don’t put a premium on towing capacity or worry about the limited settings of the Titan, its quiet interior and range of desired technology may be appreciated. While just a 400-hp V-8 with a superb nine-speed automatic, this powertrain is a powerful and enjoyable partnership. Nevertheless, the combination is not very fuel-efficient, and the ride quality of the vehicle is worse than the competitors. The Titan 2021 features best instead if it is utilized for work or equipped for maximum value.

More details regarding the Features, Configurations, and Interior are described in the sections below. If you want to know about the 2021 Nissan Frontier, then click our post.

Specs and Features

Engine5.6L V-8
Seating6 Passengers
Power400 @ 5800 rpm
Transmission9-spd auto w/OD
MPG16 City / 21 Hwy
DrivetrainRear-wheel Drive
Nissan Titan 2021 Specs and Features

Price

The MSRP of the 2021 Nissan Titan is ranging between $36,950 – $59,680.

What’s Newly Include in 2021

The new upgrades in the Nissan Titan 2021 include the following features:

  • No notable changes

2021 Nissan Titan Configurations

The different configurations of the 2021 Nissan Titan are listed below:

1. S 4dr 4×2 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the S 4dr 4×2 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $36,950.

Specs and Features: It has features of 5.6L V-8 Engine, 9-spd auto w/OD Transmission, 400 @ 5,800 rpm Horsepower, Rear-wheel Drive type, 413 @ 4,000 rpm Torque, 18″ silver styled steel Wheels, ABS and driveline Traction control, Front air conditioning, manual, Cloth/vinyl seat trim, 2 – 1st row LCD monitor, Parking assist, Keyfob (all doors) Remote keyless entry, and SiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite, seek-scan Radio.

2. S 4dr 4×2 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the S 4dr 4×2 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $39,680.

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as S 4dr 4×2 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB.

3. S 4dr 4×4 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the S 4dr 4×4 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $40,180.

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as S 4dr 4×2 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB. The only feature is the All-Wheel Drive.

4. S 4dr 4×4 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the S 4dr 4×4 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $42,810.

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as S 4dr 4×2 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB. The only feature is the All-Wheel Drive.

5. SV 4dr 4×2 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the SV 4dr 4×2 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $40,790.

Specs and Features: It has additional or replacing features on S. It comes with Heated Mirrors, Cloth seat trim, and 18″ machined w/painted aluminum dual-zone accents.

6. SV 4dr 4×2 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the SV 4dr 4×2 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $43,130.

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as SV 4dr 4×2 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB.

7. SV 4dr 4×4 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the SV 4dr 4×4 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $44,020.

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as SV 4dr 4×2 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB. The only feature is the All-Wheel Drive.

8. SV 4dr 4×4 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the SV 4dr 4×4 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $46,260.

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as SV 4dr 4×2 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB. The only feature is the All-Wheel Drive.

9. PRO-4X 4dr 4×4 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the PRO-4X 4dr 4×4 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $48,470.

Specs and Features: It has additional or replacing features on SV. It comes with a Four-wheel Drive type, Front Fog/driving lights, Cloth/vinyl Seat trim, Front air conditioning, dual-zone automatic, Windshield wipers – rain-sensing,  Driver Lumbar support, SiriusXM AM/FM/HD/Satellite, seek-scan Radio, and NissanConnect Navigation with voice activation navigation system.

10. PRO-4X 4dr 4×4 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the PRO-4X 4dr 4×4 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $50,690.

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as PRO-4X 4dr 4×4 King Cab 6.3 ft. box 139.8 in. WB. The only feature is the All-Wheel Drive.

11. SL 4dr 4×2 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the SL 4dr 4×2 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $54,930.

Specs and Features: It has additional or replacing features on PRO-4X. It comes with a Rear-wheel Drive type, Driver and front passenger heated cushion, heated-seatback Heated front seats, Leather seat trim, and 20″ chrome aluminum wheels.

12. SL 4dr 4×4 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the SL 4dr 4×4 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $58,160.

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as SL 4dr 4×2 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB. The only feature is the All-Wheel Drive.

13. Platinum Reserve 4dr 4×2 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the Platinum Reserve 4dr 4×2 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $56,440.

Specs and Features: It has additional or replacing features on SL. It comes with 20″ machined w/painted accents aluminum wheels.

14. Platinum Reserve 4dr 4×4 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the Platinum Reserve 4dr 4×4 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB is $59,680.

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as Platinum Reserve 4dr 4×2 Crew Cab 5.5 ft. box 139.8 in. WB. The only feature is the All-Wheel Drive.

2021 Nissan Titan Configuration
2021 Nissan Titan Configuration

2021 Nissan Titan Interior

What is the seating capacity?

The Titan seats six passengers, or five if you have the front bucket seats. There are comfy front seats. The standard King Cab provides sufficient back legroom for short trips. The Crew Cab offers additional leg space, but it is still not so spacious as the back seat of rival trucks.

How many Child Car Seats are there?

Two full sets of LATCH connections are available for the rear outboard seats of the Titan.

Interior Quality

The Titan has some excellent interior materials. However, most surfaces seem inexpensive. Moreover, this Nissan seems a step behind competitors in style.

Cargo Space

This Nissan allows you to choose between two lengths of bed: a 6-foot-7″ bed or a 5-foot-7″ bed. Various bed features include a spray-on bed line, a Utili-track bed cargo system, movable tie-downs, cargo bed lighting, side running boards, and an in-bed household outlet.

Infotainment, Bluetooth, and Navigation

The large touch screen offers sharp and stunning graphics, but the underlying performance of the infotainment system is still a little dated. Most functions are easily accessible from the driver, and standard connectivity features make pairing your smartphone and truck simpler.

  • Standard features include an 8-inch touch screen, Android Car, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, two USB connections, satellite radio, and stereo with six speakers.
  • Infotainment features are available: a 9-inch touch screen, HD radio, navigation, two USB rear ports, and a Fender audio 12-speaker system.
  • Further features available: a moonroof, an automatic double-zone climate control, a household outlet, a sliding rear window, and a Remote start
2021 Nissan Titan Interior
2021 Nissan Titan Interior

Should I Buy a Nissan Titan 2021?

There are better choices than the Titan in the class. A few other large trucks – notably the Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado 1500, and Ram 1500 – offer far more than the Titan to the table. In addition, the Titan is a little more costly than its rivals, which means that it is not a good value.

You may also Ask for

Is Nissan Titan a good truck in 2021?

Highs: Smooth and quick engine, quiet and comfortable interior, extensive technology. Lows: Lower towing capacity, blander cabin than other half-tons, worse quality than top rivals.

Does Nissan discontinue the Titan?

Nissan assures, however, that Titan is here to stay in America. Nissan is going to stop the Titan range in Canada. “Titan is still offered in the United States beyond the model year 2021.”

Are our Nissan Titan trucks any good?

The Titan has reportedly been handling and has good acceleration, which is not as sporty as some other trucks but good enough to do what you expect from a truck. As long as everything is being serviced and you’re okay with just 11mpg on the road, the 2017 Nissan Titan is still a nice truck overall.

For more information about the latest Nissan Titan, kindly visit the Official page.

Bilal Ibrahim

Bilal Ibrahim is an automotive engineer, graduated from NED University of Engineering and Technology.

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