The Midnight Edition offers various appearance features and amenities on two different trim levels that make the already capable and reliable Nissan Titan even more amazing. The 2018 Nissan Titan Midnight Edition features offer drivers a more thrilling experience and gorgeous exterior without compromising on performance.Read the rest of this entry >>
Nissan might not be the first manufacturer you picture when you think of well-built, strong and durable pickups, but make no mistake; the brand has brought some of the most powerful and innovative trucks in the market to the table in recent years. If you’re looking for light-duty or heavy-duty capability, you’ll find it with the 2018 Nissan Frontier and 2018 Nissan TITAN. Our Robbins Nissan team will be taking you through each vehicle’s features and specs today, so you can see which one best fits your needs on the road or worksite!Read the rest of this entry >>
It’s truck month at your Houston Nissan dealer and we’d like to introduce you to the 2017 Nissan Titan in Houston. A fuel-efficient workhouse with a bold-looking exterior and luxurious interior, plus significant cargo room, the Nissan Titan is everything you want in a truck and more. We invite you to stop by your Nissan dealership in Houston today to get a closer look at the Nissan Titan.
The toughest truck for the toughest jobs is waiting for you at your Nissan Dealership in Humble. The 2017 Nissan Titan in Humble has a rugged look that gives you all of the utility you need for every job. With a durable bed, outstanding technology features and a powerful engine, the 2017 Nissan Titan has everything you want and need.
Capable of Hauling Your Toughest Loads
The Utili-track® Channel System provides multiple towing capabilities with adjustable aluminum alloy cleats that can help to secure even the most unruly load. The 2017 Nissan Titan has additional features, including:
Ultra-bright In-bed Lighting
Dampened Assist Tailgate
Optional In-bed boxes to add handy lockable storage; can also be portable coolers
Loaded with Technology to Keep You Connected At Humble Nissan, you can take a look at the 2017 Nissan Titan in person and experience the innovative technology for yourself. Some of the included tech features are:
Advanced Navigation System with Google®-powered Online Search
NissanConnect® that pairs your mobile apps, including social media music and more with your in-cabin touchscreen
Advanced Drie-Assist® Display with turn-by-turn directions and caller ID
Power and Endurance Under the Hood The 2017 Nissan Titan in Humble has an engine with power to get you through your toughest jobs. This 5.6-liter Endurance® V8 engine has a 4-ale-per-cylinder design and a Nissan Direct Injection System. Combined, these features make the Titan’s engine efficient, as well as powerful. If you’re ready to take a look at the 2017 Nissan Titan in Humble.
Hae you had your eye on that shiny new truck driing around Humble? It is no secret that Texas is known for trucks, but with so many different options available choosing the perfect one can be difficult. Today Robbins Nissan makes the decision easier, and compares two top contenders: the 2017 Ford F-150 and the 2017 Nissan Titan in Humble. Safety and Reliability One of the most important features drivers consider when purchasing a vehicle is safety and reliability. To no surprise, the 2017 Nissan Titan offers a safer ride and includes a full 5-year/100,000 mile warranty, which covers the entire truck and includes free 24-hour roadside assistance. The F-150’s 3-year basic warranty expires 2 years and 64,000 miles sooner. According to J.D. Power and Associates’ 2016 Initial Quality Study, the statistics show that Nissan trucks are better in initial quality, and more reliable than Ford trucks. Nissan ranks above the industry aerage, and above Ford.* Better Drie The 2017 Nissan Titan in Humble has an oerall better drive and ride than the Ford F-150. Some of these features include.
The Titan’s 5.6 DOHC V8 produces 108 more horsepower (390 s. 282) and 141 lbs.-ft. more torque (394 s. 253) than the F-150’s standard.
The Titan has 3 gallons more fuel capacity (26 s 23 gallons) for a longer range between fill-ups.
The Titan offers a significantly larger cargo box at 12.5 more cubic feet than the F-150.
The Titan offers a standard tailgate assist feature, which prevents the heay tailgate from falling and causing injury. The tailgate assist costs extra on the Ford F-150.
Stop by Robbins Nissan today to test-drive a brand new 2017 Nissan Titan in Humble.
Hae you between seeing that shiny new truck riding around Humble lately? We understand deciding on your next ‘pick-up’ can be a difficult choice with so many makes, features, comparing two of the industries top competitors: the 2017 Ram 1500 and the 2017 Nissan Titan in Humble. See how the Titan smokes the competition:
2017 Nissan Titan in Humble
2017 Ram 1500 in Humble
No mileage limitation on the 5 year corrosion warranty
100,000 mile limitation
The Titan’s 5.6 DOHC V8 produces 85 more horse power (390) and 125 lbs.-ft. more torque (394)
The Ram’s standard 3.6 DOHC V6 only produces 305 horsepower and 269 lbs.-ft. torque
The Titan Single Cab has a much larger cargo box (74.8 cubic feet)
The Ram 1500 Regular cab has a smaller cargo box (50.3 cubic feet)
Daytime running lights available
Does not offer daytime running lights
Power windows open or close fully with one touch switches
Power windows cost extra
Tilt-down mirrors automatically adjust to give the driver a better view during parallel parking
Does not offer automatically adjusting mirrors
Standard Bluetooth wireless connectiity
Bluetooth costs extra
The Titan has more headroom and front legroom
The Ram 1500 offers less headroom and front legroom
The Titan has standard front and rear stabilizer bars, which keep the Titan flat and controlled
The Ram doesn’t offer a rear stabilizer bar
For better efficiency and fewer moing parts, the Titan has an oerhead cam design
The Ram 1500 only offers an older pushrod design
Both the Ram 1500 and the Nissan Titan offer drivers an array of features, but when compared side by side,
As you’e certainly noticed, we’re pretty stoked for the release of the 2016 Nissan Titan. It’s quite literally the biggest thing to hit our dealership in ages, and all of the hype is well-deserved. But just when we thought it was okay to catch our breath, Nissan has uneiled a juiced-up ersion of our new favorite full-size pickup at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show. We’e received a first look at the Nissan Titan Warrior concept, and let’s just say, we’re pretty hopeful that this one actually makes it to production.Read the rest of this entry >>
As any follower of the Nissan model lineup can certainly tell you, the highlight of the 2016 class is the addition of the all-new Titan XD to the family. Our redesigned full-size pickup has truly between the talk of the entire segment, with competitors such as the Ford F-150 and Chey Silerado certainly taking notice. Yet, since the Titan XD has been introduced with the option of either a turbo diesel or a gas-powered powertrain, the real competition for many Titan XD buyers would seem to be with itself.Read the rest of this entry >>
We’re getting closer, everyone. We at Robbins Nissan are inching closer to the release of the 2016 Nissan Titan, the fully reinented full-size pickup. Much of the early press has centered around the gaudy towing capabilities for the XD turbo diesel, and rightfully so. That’s why we’re here to give a brief oerview of the 2016 Nissan Titan XD towing capability, as well as the many facets that help to make it happen. Let’s pull some trailers, shall we? Read the rest of this entry >>
With only a few weeks remaining until its eventual release at Robbins Nissan, it stands to reason that we’d be understandably excited for any news regarding the 2016 Nissan Titan. We obviously made a big deal about its redesign, and then about the details regarding its new turbo diesel engine, but now we’e gotten a full rundown about its expanded engine offerings for the new model year. Care to learn more about the 2016 Nissan Titan powertrain options? Of course you do.Read the rest of this entry >>