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Nissan News: Updated Nissan Titan Inbound


Drew Dowdell

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Nissan has announced a date for the next version of the Nissan Titan.  The refresh for the 2020 Model year will be unveiled on September 26th. It is said to include a new "hot" Nissan badge with lava red accents featured on the PRO-4X model. 

Not much to be seen from the teaser picture, but it shows a revised grille with new headlights which include a C-Shaped running light, new front bumper, fog lights, and more visible tow hooks.  Also expect a new tail gate and a revised center stack and switchgear.  One the powertrain front, gone will be the optional 5.0 liter Cummins V8 diesel. The only engine offered will be the 5.6 liter gasoline V8, but no word on if that has received any updates. Currently it produces 390 horsepower and 394 lb.-ft of torque. 

The 2020 Nissan Armada also recently leaked out and is expected to be debuted at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show.

 


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10 hours ago, daves87rs said:

Wonder if it will look mean....

The outline of the headlights reminds me of the same thing that Ford has done. I wonder how much they took inspiration from the number 1 selling truck? 🤔

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30 minutes ago, dfelt said:

The outline of the headlights reminds me of the same thing that Ford has done. I wonder how much they took inspiration from the number 1 selling truck? 🤔

This generation of Titan has always had an inspired-by-F-series look to the front end.

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