2011 Nissan Titan
2011 Nissan Titan offers more power, torque and a greater towing capacity. Titan comes with a five-speed automatic instead of the four-speed automatics found on other full-size pickups. Better airbag coverage is provided in this car. Also brings a host of innovative features, which are previously not offered, in any full-size pickup. Nissan is import brand with a large pickup. It gives a refined variant of the conventional full-size pickup. 2011 Nissan Titan features a fully boxed, closed ladder frame, independent double-wishbone front suspension, solid rear axle with dual-stage shackled leaf springs and offset shock absorbers, and a big V8 engine, the heart of any full size pickup. Nissan Titan has triple door seals compared to double seals in the F-150 to reduce the intrusion of noise, air or moisture in the cab.
2011 Nissan Titan is the first pickup available with a factory applied, sprayed-in resin bed liner, the armor type so popular in the aftermarket. This also offers a new Utility-track system, which consists of grooves or channels in the bed two on the bed floor and one each along the top inside edge of the sides and cab end of the of the box.
These will go as drawer slides which offers combination of tie-down and rack. Utility-track will accommodate current aftermarket products. Nissan is developing its own line of Titan accessories, including a sliding bed divider and cage-style bed extender. Titan is the first pickup with a 12-volt power point in the rear of the bed and an illuminated tailgate that aids loading in the dark. Titan will not offer optional bed lengths, a flare-side bed, a six-cylinder, diesel and other options many truck buyers consider essentials.
2011 Nissan Titan has an optional electronic locking rear differential, as opposed to mechanical limited-slip. Also comes standard with frontal and side-impact airbags with three-point belts at every seating position. To provide head protection, the first pickup with curtain airbags running the length of the cab. Good head protection. Nissan’s new 5.6-liter V8 features double overhead cams and four valves per cylinder. Its aluminum engine block has cast-iron cylinder liners; a forged steel crankshaft, six-bolt main bearing caps and a single steel timing chain. Production specs haven’t been published, but Nissan promises more than 300 horsepower and at least 375 pound-feet of torque, class-leading acceleration, towing capacity, and fuel economy. the Titan presents a wedge shape, rising from front to rear. It’s not likely to be mistaken for any other brand of pickup.
2011 Nissan Titan’s interior has a hard-edged look, with large knobs and buttons that should be easy to operate if a driver is wearing gloves. This car’s extended King Cab sports a full-width rear seat. It comes with front bucket seats, but an optional front bench makes room for six. Then there are those innovative features we haven’t previously seen. Slickest may be the rear cab doors. Rear doors on other full-size pickups open perpendicular to the cab, out to about 90 degrees. That means that in the tight confines of a narrow parking space, the driver or passenger can be caught between the doors, unable to move freely between the cab and the bed. Titan’s rear doors open 180 degrees, folding flush against the side of the bed. With the doors open, there is still unrestricted access back and forth between the cab and bed.