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Nissan Titan vs. Ford F-150 | Griffin, GA

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The full-size truck segment is incredibly competitive, but the Nissan Titan takes the lead in several important categories. Drivers who value base performance, convenience, and capability will find the Titan meets their needs. Even top competitors, like the Ford F-150, can’t keep up with this reputable truck.


Performance


The Nissan Titan arrives with a standard 5.6-liter V8 engine that generates more horsepower than the Ford F-150. The F-150 arrives with a V6 engine that produces just 290 horsepower. The Titan’s V8 engine, however, generates an inspiring 390 horsepower. By offering best-in-class standard horsepower, the Nissan Titan takes an early lead over the F-150.

The performance differences don’t end with horsepower. The Nissan Titan boasts best-in-class standard torque as well. The Titan offers 394 lb-ft of torque from the base model. The F-150 falls short with just 265 lb-ft of torque.


Capability


Hauling cargo isn’t an easy task, especially if the bed doesn’t include any management systems. The Nissan Titan is available with a flexible Utili-Track® system designed for convenience.

The durable system features five bed rails, the most of any full-size truck. Four movable cleats provide convenient cargo tie downs. Meanwhile the Ford F-150 doesn’t offer any bed-mounted cargo rails.

Nissan Titan models equipped with the King Cab provides drivers with the option to open up more space for cargo. Available Rear Seat Delete replaces the rear seats with a flat floor and tie-down hooks. The Ford F-150 lacks a comparable feature.


Convenience


The Nissan Titan features a class-exclusive Intelligent Around View® Monitor. The 360-degree virtual view of the area around the truck helps drivers navigate with confidence. Exclusive Moving Object Detection helps drivers avoid hitting obstacles on the road.

It normally takes a second person to confirm the trailer lights work. The Nissan Titan makes hitching a trailer a solo task. Available class-exclusive Trailer Light Check allows drivers to use the Nissan Intelligent Key® to monitor the trailer light during night drives.

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