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The battle seem predetermined - with critics sliding into their seats, underwhelmed as they watched the competitors enter the arena. The Toyota Tundra, they were certain, would win this fight. It boasted a legacy of power, and no newcomer could defeat it… especially the Nissan Titan. This would be quick event.
It was - but the ending was quite different than anticipated.
As Forbes explains, the 2018 Titan stole the crown from Toyota - delivering a better pick-up experience. During an exhaustive comparison, this half-ton platform reigned supreme in key performance categories, including: style, handling, and cabin design. It delivered a fluid ride, emphasizing driver comfort and all-terrain capability; and not even the venerable Tundra could surpass it.
Forbes appreciates the bold design of the 2018 Titan - noting its powerful frame (229-inches long, 81-inches wide, 77-inches high) and imposing wheel-arches. Chrome detailing highlights the active grille shutters, while a removable front aero spoiler delivers a sporty effect.
Anchored by a seven-speed automatic transmission, the Titan ensures nimble responses. Its RWD provides precise traction distribution, utilizing the 18-inch steel wheels to optimum effect; while a switch-operated transfer case yields crisp control, automatically engaging the available 4x4 to modulate both speed and cornering.
Comfort often proves forgotten in the pick-up market - but the 2018 Titan allows drivers to indulge in every adventure. Leather seats blend power lumbar support with available climate-control technologies, while dual-zone air conditioning promotes precise temperatures. The expansive six-passenger cabin further impresses, offering up to 41.8-inches of legroom.
With the release of the 2018 Titan, Nissan has proven itself to be a true market contender - and it’s left the Tundra in the dust.
(Posted on Feb 15, 2018 at 06:13PM by Michelle Bogle)
Great news, Seattle trunk enthusiasts! For the first time ever, Nissan is offering a factory-authorized suspension lift kit for the Titan and Titan XD full-size pickups.
The kits, developed by California-based ICON Vehicle Dynamics, offer a more aggressive exterior appearance, increased ground clearance and a suspension lift of up to three inches. It will be available for order this spring on Titan and Titan XD Crew Cab 4x4 models - just in time to hit the PNW's muddy trails.
According to Nissan, the automaker partnered with ICON since they are a well-respected name in the suspension lift-engineering industry, known for their quality and craftsmanship. The kit they developed is easy to install, maintains the Titan and Titan XD's payload and towing capabilities, plus it allows the trucks to be returned to stock, offering drivers greater flexibility come resale or end-of-lease trade-in.
To install the suspension lifts, no drilling or cutting is necessary; rather, they conveniently bolt-on. The kits include specially-tuned adjustable-height coil-over shock absorbers, custom rod end bearings and patent-pending Delta Joints.
Ready to take your 2018 Titan to new heights? Contact us at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, to pre-order your suspension kit today!
It seemed an impossible task - with the pick-up market doomed to mediocre ratings and cool critic receptions. These half-ton platforms (with their emphases on trailering and long-haul demands) have never earned recognition for safety. Their technologies didn't impress; and their capabilities lagged behind every mid-size counterpart. They weren’t destined to excel in crash test scenarios.
Nissan is now changing this - by introducing drivers to its 2018 Titan.
According to Cars.com, the 2018 Titan has just received the coveted Good rating from the IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety). This award - which has rarely been given to pick-ups in the past - celebrates the extensive upgrades Nissan has provided for the new year; and it emphasizes the truck’s ability to respond to small overlap front collisions, side crashes, and head-on incidents.
How did Nissan secure a top rating from the IIHS? It bolstered the 2018 Titan with advanced capabilities. Electronic stability and traction control helps to maintain precise lane positions, reducing the risk of rollovers while cornering. Vented all-wheel anti-lock brakes ensure seamless decelerations; while daytime running lights combat Seattle’s gray mornings. Integrated sensors recognize when a crash has occurred, instantly engaging the airbag suite (which includes side-impact and head curtain inflatables); and Moving Object Detection software enhances the Around View monitor, alerting drivers to passing cars and pedestrians alike.
The 2018 Titan offers ample safety features - making it an ideal option for work or play. To learn more about this platform contact us today.
(Posted on Jan 21, 2018 at 06:59AM by Michelle Bogle)
There’s great news coming out of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The automotive safety agency recently reported that the Nissan Titan Crew Cab pickup has improved its rating in the driver-side small overlap front test, lifting its score from Marginal to Good. The new rating applies to models built after August 2017 when Nissan modified the front-end structure to improve occupant protection.
The IIHS’s small overlap test, which was introduced in 2012, reproduces front left corner contact at 40 mph with an object like a tree or pole. For evaluation purposes, the object is a 5-foot-tall rigid barrier.
Watch how the 2017 Nissan Titan Crew Cab (built after August 2017) performed in the driver-side small overlap IIHS crash test:
As you can see, the driver space of the modified Titan held up well in the crash test with maximum intrusion on the lower interior of 17 cm at the lower hinge pillar. Upper interior intrusion measured 7 cm at the hinge pillar and instrument panel.
When the older 2017 Titan was tested, the driver space was not maintained well, with a lower interior intrusion measuring as much as 27 cm at the lower hinge pillar and 21 cm at the parking brake pedal. Upper interior intrusion measured 16-19 cm at the instrument panel and hinge pillar, and the steering column was also pushed back 9 cm towards the dummy.
And aside from its top score in the driver-side small overlap IIHS crash test, the re-worked 2017 and 2018 Titans also boasted “Good” scores in other categories as well, including the moderate overlap front, side, and roof strength tests, and head restraints and seats, proving that this pickup performer is a solid bet when searching for a truck offering impeccable safety.
Think you might want to give the 2017 or 2018 Titan a try? Contact us at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington to schedule your test drive today.
(Posted on Jan 12, 2018 at 07:01AM by Michelle Bogle)
It’s news truck enthusiasts have all been waiting for – the release of the 2018 Titan. At Kirkland Nissan, we should be receiving inventory of this highly anticipated pickup very, very soon. Nissan is currently undergoing a nationwide release, which will bring segment-leading performance to Seattle, Washington.
The 2018 Titan is offered in a full range of rugged half-ton pickups, including Single Cab, King Cab and Crew Cab body configurations, with a choice of 4x2 and 4x4 drive, as well as five grade levels. Every 2018 Titan is anchored by a 390-horsepower 5.6-liter Endurance V8 gasoline engine mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission. It offers an available maximum towing capacity of 9,740 pounds and a maximum payload capacity of 1,950 pounds (when properly equipped).
Inside, the 2018 Titan promises Seattle area truck enthusiasts a host of available technological features designed to enhance their daily drives, including NissanConnect with Navigation, a 7.0-inch color touch-screen display, SiriusXM Traffic and Sirius Travel Link, and Nissan Voice Recognition for navigation and audio. There’s also an Around View Monitor, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and a RearView Monitor to help drivers circumnavigate busy roads or work sites. Whether you use your truck for business or play, the 2018 Titan is a rugged and smart companion.
Pricing for the 2018 Titan S Single Cab 4x2 starts just under the $30,000 mark and works its way up to $56,000 for the top-of-the-line Platinum Crew Cab 4x4. A new Midnight Edition Package is also available on certain trims, as shown here:
To learn more about specs and pricing, contact our dealership today to pre-book your test drive in a 2018 Titan.
(Posted on Jan 5, 2018 at 06:54AM by Michelle Bogle)
Extreme payloads, high towing needs, difficult terrain and severe weather conditions – for some pickup truck drivers, only a V8 will do.
But for others, a big engine is overkill. Instead of tackling the road less traveled, they weave in and out of city traffic, crowded downtown streets and quiet suburban neighborhoods. They are business owners, weekend warriors, professionals and parents. For them, a V6 powerplant offers more than enough performance.
But up until now, the Nissan Titan has only catered to the high needs pickup segment. That’s about to change. According to a recent WardsAuto report, the 2019 MY Nissan Titan will add a V6 variant to its line-up of engines.
Little is known about the type of engine that Nissan will offer, but industry insiders expect it will compete with other leading makes and models, like the Ford F-Series and Chevrolet Colorado. Both marquees feature V6 power under the hood and have strong sales to support the offering. Adding a V6 Titan will certainly shake-up the segment, giving consumers even more choice and alternatives than ever before.
As for now, official specs and details have yet to be revealed, but as soon as we have news to share, we’ll be sure to keep our Titan fans in the loop.
To learn more about the upcoming 2019 MY truck, contact us at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington, to speak with a sales associate.
(Posted on Jan 3, 2018 at 06:30AM by Michelle Bogle)
Darkness has fallen over Seattle, Washington – but, trust us, it’s nothing sinister. It’s the all-new 2018 Titan and Titan XD Midnight Editions, which became available for sale on the darkest day of the year – the 2017 Winter Solstice.
Offered on the 2018 Titan and Titan XD Crew Cab SV and SL grade 4x4 and 4x2 models, and diesel 4x4 version on the Titan XD, the Midnight Edition provides a custom look to the truck’s already tough exterior, straight from the factory. It’s sleek, mysterious, shadowy and menacing, but in the best possible way:
With the 2018 Titan and Titan XD Midnight Edition Package, Seattle area truck enthusiasts can take command by customizing their ride with a bold body color grille with dark insert, distinctive dark headlamps, black fog lamp finisher, black exterior badging, black mirrors and door handles. The package also includes burly 20-inch black wheels, body color front and rear bumpers, black step rails, dark charcoal interior trim, and a "Midnight Edition" exterior badge. Pricing for the package is $1,250 MSRP for all Titan and Titan XD models and trims, which is a savings of up to $1,360 when ordered separately.
Let darkness reign as you conquer the toughest conditions from sun-up to sun-down in a 2018 Midnight Edition Titan. To schedule your test drive, contact us at Kirkland Nissan today in Seattle, Washington.
Got some work to get done? The 2018 Titan is up to the task. Nissan’s latest truck offers tremendous utility to anyone in the Seattle area searching for a pick-up that’s powerful, well-designed, and roomy.
The 2018 Titan provides performance out the wazoo. While there’s a standard V8 capable of supplying 380 horses and a 9,390-pound towing capacity, there’s also the option of a magnificent 5.0L Cummins turbodiesel motor on the XD model that offers an insane 555-lb.-ft. of torque and a max hauling capability of 12,000 lbs. Payload is tremendous, too, at up to 2,594 lbs.
There’s plenty of room to haul stuff around on the 2018 Titan. A number of different configurations cater to a wide range of prospective owners. King Cabs supply a 6.5’ truck bed. Single Cabs are fantastic for those that need a workhorse machine and come equipped with an 8’ bed. Finally, those interested in a daily driver may gravitate toward the Crew variant, which boasts four doors for easy access and either a 5.5’ or 6.5’ bed (the latter on the larger XD model).
The new 2018 Nissan Titan is a heck of a machine. Make no mistake—this is a truck that can take you places in a hurry and haul anything you require. In addition, Remote Engine Start brings a bounty of utility.
Let’s begin our examination of the Titan’s engine performance with an eye towards sheer power. The 5.6L Endurance V8 motor delivers a stunning 380 horses. It easily manages to tow up to 9,390 pounds. You’re set if you need to take to the trails, too. Nissan’s truck offers the combo of double wishbone and leaf-spring suspension in the front and rear, respectively. And when you’re not on the backroads, the six-speed automatic transmission provides for a smooth, comfortable ride.
There’s a special technology we want to talk about, as well—Remote Engine Start with Intelligent Climate Control. Sure, you can rev up your Titan from afar and before you even step out the front door, but there’s more to it than that. Depending on weather conditions, the automobile will also do things such as heat the mirrors, steering wheel and seats, defrost the windows, or turn on the air conditioning.
Attention, Seattle! If you desire a big, bruising pick-up that can keep you and your family safe, you need not look elsewhere. The 2018 Nissan Titan offers a range of smart features and has superlative scores from the NHTSA.
Front driver/passenger head and side airbags are standard, as you would expect from a vehicle of this caliber. However, the 2018 Titan takes things further. It also includes electronic stability control, which works to decrease the chance of tire slippage by automatically and selectively braking each wheel in accordance with specific road conditions. Additionally, four-door truck models feature rear-curtain inflatables, providing for the security of those seated in the back. And integrated turn signals in the side mirrors keep other motorists aware of your movements.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recommends the new Titan. It awarded the pick-up five stars in Front Passenger Side, Side Barrier, Combined Side Barrier and Pole, Overall Side Pole, and Overall Side tests. The truck also grabbed a rating of four in all other categories, including Rollover. In sum, it arrives with heavy commendations.