The Nissan Titan is almost dead for America, and it’s just a matter of time when the automaker discontinues it.
The Nissan Titan was updated for the 2020 model year, and the manufacturer won’t plan to further refresh, fully redesign, or replace the pickup. The 2020 Titan was the model’s final modification.
Nissan, according to a recent report of GM Authority, will kill the nameplate for the American market assumedly at the end of the 2024 or 2025 model year due to low demand and the inability to withstand strong competitors, such as the Chevy Silverado 1500, Ford F-Series, or the GMC Sierra 1500.
The pickup will stay in dealer showrooms for the 2022 model year and beyond, but its time is running out. The Nissan Titan, by the way, is already dropped from its Canadian lineup after the 2020 model year due to low sales.
Why It Leaves
The Titan is a decent pickup truck with a powerful standard V8 engine, good warranty coverage, a long list of standard features, fine ride and handling, and a solid predicted reliability score.
The problem is not that the Nissan Titan is bad, but that rivals are better, when it comes to quality of interior materials, towing capacity, body configurations or powertrain options, the infotainment system, and driving experience overall. Other trucks are much more user-friendly and high-tech.