James Ceranti Truck Hub has the complete Nissan lineup in its inventory, including the brand’s three powerhouse trucks.
The 2019 Frontier mid-size pickup offers an affordable option that can work, tow, and even go off-road. Two engines are available: the standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder that generates 152 horsepower and 171 lb-ft of torque, and for big jobs, the 4.0-liter V6. The V6 churns out 261 horsepower and 281 lb-ft of torque, allowing a maximum of 6,720 pounds of towing.
The full-size model comes in the powerful TITAN. With the incredible Endurance® V8 engine, the TITAN generates 390 horsepower and 394 lb-ft of torque. Paired with a reinforced, fully boxed, full-length ladder frame, it can manage a maximum payload of 1,620 pounds, and towing 9,380 pounds is a breeze.
The TITAN comes equipped with trailer assistance systems to aid in guiding the truck while hitching, using a rearview monitor and surround view. Trailer Sway Control keeps the trailer in line, while the available Remote Trailer Light Check cycles through a light check straight from a Nissan Intelligent Key®.
The TITAN XD compounds the power of the TITAN with the pure force that is a Cummins V8 Diesel. Producing a 310 horsepower and a massive 555 lb-ft of torque, the TITAN XD has a maximum towing capacity of 12,710 pounds. The Endurance® V8 engine is also available.
The XD also delivers in payload. With a factory-installed spray-in bedliner, the durable bed is capable of hauling 2,470 pounds. It also features innovative upgrades: discreet, removable toolboxes; a 120-volt outlet; and integrated bed lighting.
About Nissan trucks
All three Nissan trucks come with driving technologies like Hill Start Assist, electronic locking rear differential, and Selectable Drive Modes, including the helpful Tow/Haul Mode. Inside is a suite of connectivity systems to connect to smartphones, offer voice recognition, and available Navigation.
All three trucks have an array of trim levels depending on cab size, including the Midnight Edition and rugged off-road packages. You can learn more about them and test drive them at James Ceranti Nissan.