2014 Nissan Titan Review
The 2014 Nissan Titan is a practical truck designed for functionality
and hard work. Nissan hasn’t made many changes to the Titan over its ten
years of existence for good reason; it’s not broke so there’s nothing to
The Titan is built right here in the United States of America. You can
drive it with pride and tell everyone that your truck is American made.
The Nissan Titan starts at $30,265 and goes for around $45,000 when fully loaded.
The 2014 Titan has a masculine exterior that is quite handsome compared
to other trucks. It has plenty of chrome styling and a sleek looking
tailgate. There are two body types for this year’s Titan: King Cab and
Crew Cab. These are further broken down into four trims: S, SV, PRO-4X
Each cab style allows the driver a choice of three different bed sizes.
The largest bed length is 7’3”. Bedliner storage bins are built into
the bed fenders and can be locked. There’s also cargo cleats that are
channel based, making it easy to transport nearly anything. Both the
King Cab and Crew Cab have gorgeous interiors with durable hard
plastics, comfortable textures and plenty of usable space.
The Titan’s engine is a monster. It is a 5.6 liter V-8 with 317 horses
and 385 pound feet of torque. This allows the truck to tow an amazing
9,500 pounds with the King Cab and 9,400 with the Crew Cab. The PRO-4X
has four wheel drive while the other trims permit the driver to choose
between rear wheel drive and four wheel drive.
Standard features for all trims include:
· Satellite radio
· USB connectivity
· Six speaker stereo
· Navigation system
The PRO-4X trim has several luxurious features including:
· Tow hooks
· Off-road tires
· Receiver hitch
· Sliding rear window
· Skid plates
· Locking tailgate
· Storage Box
· Rancho shocks
· White stitching accents
· Seat embroidery
· Cargo area lamp
· Cruise control
Some of the SLs features are:
· DVD entertainment center
· Heated leather seats
· Rockford Fosgate audio
· USB port
· Satellite radio
· Dual zone climate control
· Rear power outlet
· Cabin air filter
· Power-adjustable pedals
The Titan’s actual ride is quite pleasant for a truck of its magnitude.
The King Cab has bucket seats in the front and rear doors with access to
jump seats. The Crew Cab has perfectly positioned wide rear seats.
There’s little road or wind noise, and large bumps are reduced to subtle
Titan safety features are numerous: anti-lock brakes, stability control,
side curtain airbags, 3 point seat belts, LATCH seating, vehicle dynamic
control, optional rear parking sensors and a rear view camera. It
earned a “Good” score from the Institute for Highway Safety for frontal
impact crash tests. Front wheel drive Titans get 12/17 mpg on city and
highway roads, respectively. Rear drive Titans achieve 13/18 mpg on city
and highway roads, respectively.
Head on over to our Brockton Nissan dealer at 1016 Belmont St. in Brockton, MA, to
check out the 2014 Nissan Titan. While you’re in the area, check out
everything that Brockton has to offer. You can attend the Brockton
Symphony Orchestra, see a Brockton Rox baseball game at Campanelli
stadium, visit the Audubon Conservation or shop at Westgate Mall.
We’re located just east of Route 24. Torrey St. runs parallel to the
north of our dealership while West Chestnut St. runs parallel to the
south. Pearl St. runs perpendicular to the west and Bigney Ave./Linwood
St. run perpendicular to the east. We’re open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday
to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and noon till 5
p.m. on Sunday. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to give our
sales team a call at (888) 523-4215.