2020 Nissan Titan: See What's Changed, Inside and Out

 

 

By Joe Bruzek

The Nissan Titan full-size truck was redesigned as recently as 2017, but that hasn't stopped Nissan from giving it some love for 2020. Introduced at the 2019 State Fair of Texas in Dallas, which doubles as an auto show, the 2020 Nissan Titan receives a thorough update including new multimedia touchscreen options, updated interior quality and features, tweaked front and rear styling, and a bunch more you can see in our walk-around of the truck's variants at Texas state fair.

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What you can't see are the standard 5.6-liter V-8's new ponies and torques (up 10 horsepower and 19 pounds-feet, respectively, on premium fuel) plus the new nine-speed automatic transmission (replacing the previous seven-speed) and an impressive suite of standard safety features, including what Nissan claims is a class-exclusive feature of reverse automatic braking. We'll have more to share on how the refreshed Titan drives when we test the truck later in the year.

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