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The Most Common Nissan Titan Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Nissan Titan. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Titan

The pickup truck has long been America’s favorite and the best-selling vehicle type for decades. It’s a vehicle type many associate with American brands, but little do some know that Japanese giants like Nissan, Toyota and others all have skin in the game, too. The Nissan Titan first arrived on the truck scene back in 2004, and as of 2016 is currently in its 2nd generation, which was refreshed with a facelift in 2020.

In their current form, Nissan Titans come in 4 trim levels: S, SV, Pro-4X, and Platinum Reserve. Prices start at around $40,000 for the base-level model, and go up to $58,695 for the Platinum Reserve. It’ll tow up to 9660-lbs at its best capability, and carry up to 1711-lbs in payload.

If you’ve ever shopped for a Ford F-150, you were likely made dizzy by the massive array of engine options on offer. Nissan takes a different approach with the Titan, only offering a single-engine, the 5.6L V8 that generates up to 400-hp and 413 lb-ft of torque. That’s paired with a 9-speed transmission.

The different Titans differentiate themselves mostly through features rather than through engine options as they do in other models like the Ford F-series trucks. For instance, where the S and SV version gets stock Nissan shocks, the Pro-4X version gets upgraded shocks that are better suited to off-road conditions.

Some say that the Nissan Titan lacks in areas of performance, ride quality and luxury that other popular models offer, but where they never let you down is in seating. The latest Titans feature Nissan’s “Zero Gravity” seats, superlatively comfortable and supportive and well upholstered, too. You can also upgrade to a 9-inch infotainment screen, wireless charging pad, a Wi-Fi hotspot, plenty of charging ports and a premium audio system from Fender.