The New 2021 Titan XD

 
When you're in the market for a pickup truck, you might find it challenging to find one to meet your lifestyle and needs. The market is flooded with attractive, capable trucks, so finding the right vehicle for you may feel like searching for a needle in a haystack. If a full-size truck is a bit too small and you don't need a heavy-duty vehicle, The New 2021 Titan XD could be the perfect fit. Keep reading to learn all you need to know about the new 2021 Nissan Titan XD before scheduling your test drive at Fort Worth Nissan.

Nissan Titan XD Specs and Performance
The new 2021 Titan XD has a 5.6-liter V8 gasoline engine. Nissan has equipped the engine with 32 valves configured in a double overhead camshaft for more efficient performance. Thanks to added lift and variable valve event technology, the Titan XD can produce 400 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque. You won't find this amount of power in any other truck with a gas engine in the Titan XD's class. No matter the task at hand, you can trust that your XD can get the job done. Along with the 5.6-liter V8 is a 9-speed automatic transmission. This combination provides better responsiveness to sudden changes in driving conditions. You also get exceptional control over the vehicle's engine.

Attractive Exterior Features
The new 2021 Titan XD has a stylish and practical exterior thanks to standard running boards on all models. Not only do these give you safer access to the truck's bed and cab, but they add convenience and look great. The Titan's black aluminum wheels are as head turning as they are durable, adding another layer of style to the vehicle. The Titan's interior is protected from sun damage, and you can enjoy additional privacy thanks to deeply tinted glass-and a sense of mystery. When choosing a pickup truck, you want to ensure that it can handle any job you throw at it. With a gooseneck or fifth-wheel hitch, the Titan XD can handle up to 11,040 pounds. When it comes to payload, it can haul 2390 pounds. You can fit a lot into the bed as well, as its 6.5 feet long.

Large and Comfortable Interior
Look at the inside, and you'll find that the Titan XD has a comfortable and large cabin. There are several standard features, especially when you consider the higher trim levels. The XD looks very similar to the regular Titan on the inside. The center stack and driver gauge cluster are located on the dashboard, which creates a practical look. The buttons are easily accessible, and you have excellent outward visibility all around the truck.

Connected Infotainment
The Titan features a standard 8-inch touchscreen display with intuitive menus. If you prefer something larger, a 9-inch display with navigation is available on higher trim levels. The standard infotainment system is loaded with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. A 7.0-inch digital instrument cluster display is available that shows vital information on your truck's performance, including 4x4 status during off-road driving and tilt.

Available Trim Levels
Are you considering the 2021 Titan XD but don't know which model is right for you? It's available in five trim levels, each with unique features and accessories. To help you decide which model meets your needs, let's look at each trim level individually.

The Nissan Titan S is the base model and comes with an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system and cloth upholstery. Standard features include satellite radio, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, two USB ports, Bluetooth, and a six-speaker stereo. Blind-spot monitoring, high-beam headlights, rear parking sensors, and a review camera are standard driver assistance features. Other standard features include rear cross-traffic alert, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, pedestrian detection, and automatic emergency braking.

The Nissan Titan SV is the most affordable trim configuration in the Titan XD's lineup and offers considerable value. The SV model is like the S in many ways, except its enhanced passenger capacity, flexible seating configurations, and interior upgrades increase the desirability of this trim level. In addition to the Titan XD S features previously mentioned, the SV comes with heated outdoor mirrors, alloy wheels, and adaptive cruise control.  If your goal is to turn heads, consider the SV Utility package, which adds LED under-rail bed lighting and tailgate area illumination.

The true difference between each of the Nissan Titan XD trim levels become more apparent when comparing the SV to the PRO-4X trim level. Many technologies, interior, and safety features are enhanced in this model. From a Wi-Fi hotspot to a larger 9-inch touchscreen to enhanced leather upholstery, the PRO-4X ups the luxury factor. The PRO-4X delivers with hardened off-road technology and a tougher exterior for buyers looking to take their thrills up a notch. It is an off-road-focused truck that features hill descent control, an electronic locking rear differential, skid plates, all-terrain tires, and Bilstein coilover shocks. The PRO-4X has bold looks to match its all-terrain capabilities, such as Lava Red exterior accents. On the inside, there is an embroidered logo and contrast stitching on the available leather-appointed seats.

The Nissan Titan SL shows its true character with heated front seats, leather upholstery, and a Fender premium stereo. There's also a four-way power-adjustable passenger seat, a surround-view parking camera system, remote start, a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, and power-folding outside mirrors. Several standard utility features include four moveable in-bed tie-downs, the Utili-track bed cargo system, side running boards, and cargo bed lights. There's even a household-style power outlet in the bed! You can expect the XD SL to perform and look like a luxury pickup truck. Not only is it capable and hardworking, but it also provides comfort and looks good while doing the job.

While the SL is a premium trim level, nothing can compare to the Nissan Titan Platinum Reserve's luxury. Most of the differences between the Platinum Reserve and other tri levels lie in the complexity of its interior elements. It has an elevated look thanks to two-tone leather that's complemented by exclusive, open-pore wood trim. You'll enjoy a relaxing ride in the Platinum Reserve's front seats with Zero Gravity technology. This trim also comes standard with heated front and rear seats, ventilated front seats, a trailer brake controller, and a heated wood steering wheel. If you're looking for a bit of indulgence in your next pickup, the Platinum Reserve also adds illuminated running boards, titanium-painted bumpers, and premium two-toned leather-appointed seats. You'll also find a chrome-clad set of 20-in aluminum alloy wheels.

Schedule a Test Drive at Fort Worth Nissan
The new 2021 Titan XD is a beast of a truck that's also attractive and loaded with features. It has a strong, capable engine, a comfortable interior, and all the standard safety features you could ask for. The Titan is already a great truck, and the XD is an even more rugged version of the already stellar Titan for those truck enthusiasts who know that size matters. If you're still on the fence, let our professionals at Fort Worth Nissan lead you in the right direction. Our team strives to deliver honesty and integrity throughout every transaction. We understand that you have the choice of several quality Nissan dealerships to choose from in the Fort Worth area. However, we'd love to have the opportunity to serve you. We're here to help with any aspect of the buying process, including car financing, so contact us today when you're ready to get started. Be sure to check out our research hub for all of Nissan's latest models.