2011 Nissan Titan
Review, Prices, Comparisons, Pictures
The 2011 Nissan Titan is still a very capable truck. It has a very respectable towing capacity of 9,500 pounds and can handle a maximum payload of 2153 pounds. The truck is good at performing most any job that needs to be done from towing to hauling. It also provides a comfortable ride for the driver and passengers.
For this year, the Titan has added some new names to its trim levels. Instead of the SE model, the SV model is now the Titan just above the base model in terms of starting price and features. The base model Nissan Titan S begins at $26,820 while the newly named Titan SV with some minor upgrades such as a chrome grille, chrome bumpers and an MP3 player, retails at a starting price of $28,820. In addition to the change from SE to SV, Nissan has also changed the model formerly known as the LE to the SL
Other than that, the only other changes to this year’s edition of the Nissan Titan are some slightly different option packages.
The crew cab offers both a 5 foot 7 inch and a 7 foot 3 inch cargo bed. The latter is amongst the longest of any vehicle in the full-sized pickup category. As such, the added length makes hauling around longer items a bit easier. The extended bed also adds to the hauling capacity of the vehicle. In the King cab version of the Titan, only one a single-sized cargo bed is offered. The 6 foot 6 inch bed is about average for most full-sized pickups with a long bed. It provides plenty of room for most hauling jobs.
The 2011 Nissan Titan is a very good work truck that can handle both small and large jobs with ease. It has not changed much since it was first introduced some time ago. There is plenty of power and a pretty comfortable ride. The Titan is capable, but has lost ground to competitors like the Dodge Ram, Chevy Silverado and Ford F-150, who have all made recent improvements to their pickup trucks.