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Fully boxed ladder frame; available 4-wheel drive; off-road performance; powerful V8 engine; comfortable ride quality; well-designed interior ergonomics; good tow and payload capacity
Nissan has given the Titan a host of improvements to the styling, the interior and even the drivetrain for the 2020 model year. The most obvious difference is to the front end, where several different new grille designs will now help differentiate various Titan trim levels. The truck's headlights are also new for this year, as are the LED taillights and the LEDs that help illuminate the bed of the truck. Inside, Nissan claims their new 8-inch display is the largest standard screen in its class, while a dual panoramic moonroof has also been added as an option this year. In addition, there have been several less visible, but no less noticeable improvements made to the vehicle's drivetrain. A small bump in horsepower brings that number up to 400 (with a corresponding jump in peak torque) while the old 7-speed automatic has been replaced with a new 9-speed unit.