2018 Nissan TITAN vs 2018 Nissan TITAN XD

2018 Nissan TITAN vs 2018 Nissan TITAN XD Comparison

If you are searching for a new truck, you are probably looking for a combination of toughness and performance. Nissan features not one, but two trucks that fit that description. The 2018 Nissan TITAN and 2018 Nissan TITAN XD provide tremendous performance numbers. Having both excellent pickup trucks manufactured by the same company begs the question, "Which one should you buy?"

To answer the question above, we will compare these two TITANs against one another. For the sake of this comparison, we will be comparing the 2018 King Cab S models' performance numbers of these two trucks. However, the starting MSRP highlighted is based on the 2018 Single Cab S model for each truck. Both TITANs offer a combined fuel economy of 18 mpg. These trucks feature a maximum driving range of 546 miles when combined with the huge 26-gallon gas tank. Stop by Robbins Nissan to schedule a test drive of one of these tremendous trucks today!

2018 TITAN



$30,030 Starting MSRP $32,040
5.6L Endurance V8 Base Engine 5.6L Endurance V8 or 5.0L Diesel V8
1,610-lbs / 9,400-lbs Max Payload / Max Towing 2,080-lbs / 12,310-lbs
390-hp / 394-ft-lbs Horsepower / Torque 390-hp / 394-ft-lbs

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It's no surprise that the 2018 TITAN and 2018 TITAN XD have very similar performance output. Both vehicles come with a 5.6L Endurance V8 engine that generates 390-horsepower and 394-foot-pounds of torque. The TITAN XD does have a 5.0L diesel engine available that increases torque to 455-foot-pounds. The diesel TITAN XD also has a higher maximum payload and maximum towing capacity. The technology available in the TITAN and TITAN XD really set them apart from the rest of their competition. Available features on both trucks include:

  • Intelligent Around View® Monitor
  • Blind Spot Warning
  • Front and Rear Sonar System
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Nissan Navigation System
  • Hands-Free Calling with Bluetooth®
  • NissanConnect® Services Powered by SiriusXM®
  • Many More!

If you are interested in learning more about the great features available on the 2018 TITAN or TITAN XD, contact our sales team at Robbins Nissan. Our team would be happy to answer any questions that you might have. Stop in for a test drive today!

Why Choose Robbins Nissan?
There are so many reasons we believe you should come to Robbins Nissan to purchase your next vehicle or schedule your next service appointment. The first of which is that we have an outstanding selection of new and used vehicles right here in Humble. We also believe we have the best staff in the Houston area. We have quite a few families with more than one member employed here and we pride ourselves on being a family-oriented business. We believe that extends to our customers. The members of our service center are also exceptional. They are knowledgeable, efficient, friendly, and look forward to servicing your Nissan right here in Humble, TX.

But perhaps what makes us proudest is our dedication to serving all of the communities in the area. Whether you reside a few hours away in Beaumont or Port Arthur, or are relatively close in communities such as Conroe, Katy or Cleveland, our staff will cater to your needs just as readily as we would for our local customers. We also happily serve the nearby locales of Spring, The Woodlands and Baytown, as well as our neighbors in Liberty-Dayton. Our team is more than willing to reach out to community members in Houston, Kingwood, and Crosby-Huffman. But we don't stop there, even drivers throughout Porter, Atascocita, and Pasadena have come to depend upon our sales, service, and finance teams who are always readily available to help. And how could we forget our friends in Cypress, New Caney and Tomball? Robbins Nissan accepts air checks! All buyers are welcome here, including college grads and first time buyers. We also have military discounts available to honor our service members. We serve them with quality cars, great service and good people. What more could you ask for from a car dealership?