Nissan Titan 2025: Release Date, Specs, Photos. Will there be a Nissan Titan in 2025? There have been reports of Nissan retiring their Titan series for the next models, so it’s understandable that many are asking if a 2025 model is in the works. If it does arrive in 2025, it will most likely be a carryover model, which means there will be no changes.
Performance and Powertrain
As a carryover vehicle, the powertrain is very certainly going to be comparable to the previous model. Titan is one of the rare brands that offers a V8 engine with a capacity of 5.6 liters as standard. It features a punchy performance with 400 horsepower output and an automatic 9-speed transmission. It comes standard with a rear wheel drive system, but an optional four wheel drive system is also available. The maximum towing capacity is 9,320 pounds.
As standard, Titan has blind spot monitoring, pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, auto emergency braking, parking sensors, rear cross traffic alert, forward collision warning, and auto high beam assist. Hopefully, these will still be available as standard features on the 2025 model. Higher trim levels may have a surround view parking camera, adaptive cruise control, and traffic sign recognition.
The Inside Cabin
The interior of the existing Titan is nothing special, and it appears that this will continue in the future. It has a straightforward dashboard with blocky lines and substantial air vents. The central console is rather expanded, crammed with several knobs and buttons that, sadly, appear worn and ancient.
The majority of the lineup would include low-quality materials and a plethora of plastics, while higher trim levels would feature premium and better materials. When compared to its competitors, the Titan appears old and ugly. The internal capacity is limited and decreasing, which is unfortunate for such a sturdy huge truck.
Titan’s offering is heavily reliant on technology and features. The current model includes Android Auto/Apple CarPlay, an 8.0-inch touchscreen display, a 7.0-inch digital instrument display, satellite radio, Bluetooth, and six audio speakers. Higher trims will very certainly have speech recognition technology, a 12-speaker (Fender) stereo system, navigation, and a 9.0-inch display.
The Outside Appearance
As previously stated, if the 2025 Nissan Titan exists, you should not expect grandiose or expensive improvements to the exterior. The design would mostly certainly remain the same as the existing model. The contemporary Titan has a bold front look with a substantial front bumper, small square headlamps, and a large grille. It features a boxy shape that is similar to other large trucks in the same class. The rear ends include a rather tidy read tailgate as well as modest taillights.
Price and release date
The Titan would face stiff competition because many American brand names dominate this class (the large pickup category), including the GMC Sierra 1500, Chevy Silverado 1500, Ford F-150, and RAM 1500.
We don’t know when the new Titan will be released or how much it will cost. However, Nissan has a habit of releasing their Titan models in the beginning of the year, thus the 2025 Titan is likely to arrive in early 2025. If the vehicle receives no significant updates, the costs may remain the same – or, at the very least, will not deviate significantly from the current ranges. The current one ranges from roughly $41,500 to $60,500 including destination. We’ll know more about the 2025 Nissan Titan as the manufacturer releases additional information.