Full-size power, style, and capability drive the 2023 Nissan TITAN. Harnessing impressive energy, the 2023 TITAN features a well-equipped cabin with the latest tech to help protect and elevate the enjoyment of your journeys. There isn’t much this truck can’t handle; put it to a test at James Ceranti Nissan in Greenville, Mississippi.
The 2023 Nissan TITAN offers two trim levels: S and SV. You can choose between body types of Crew Cab and King Cab.
Ground-shaking power and off-the-charts capability
The full-size frame of the 2023 TITAN comes with full-size power. Under the hood of the 2023 TITAN is a road-roaring 5.6-liter Endurance® V8. It pairs with a nine-speed automatic transmission to deliver a thunderous 400 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque. Pair this potent powertrain with the truck’s available four-wheel drive, and you’re behind the wheel of a superb machine. Thanks to the standard 400 horsepower, a properly equipped TITAN can tow up to 9,323 pounds when properly equipped.
Since you can tow so much with the TITAN, it makes sense that Nissan goes the extra mile with smart features to help you secure and organize your gear, materials, tools, or projects. Takeadvantage of the versatility of the available Utili-track system. You’ll feel in control and confident towing thanks to the truck’s Trailer Sway Control, tow mirrors, Tow-Haul Mode with Downhill Speed Control, and available remote trailer light check system.
Safety and connectivity technologies
Maneuvering in the world behind the wheel of the 2023 Nissan TITAN is thrilling, but it can also pose certain challenges. Under proper conditions, the available Intelligent Around View® Monitor gives you a broader perspective of your surroundings so you can avoid obstacles, especially important when you’re towing with the TITAN or going on an off-road adventure.
When you’re not towing, you’ll still have peace of mind courtesy of the Nissan Safety Shield® 360. The standard suite of six driver-assist technologies includes Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Rear Automatic Braking, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Warning, and High Beam Assist. The standard sampling of safety tech on the 2023 TITAN beats just about every other truck out there, so now your drives will prioritize the safety of you and your passengers.
For even greater protection, add available tech such as Intelligent Cruise Control and Intelligent Forward Collision Warning.
You will have a more enjoyable drive with your smartphone content by your side. And, it’s easily possible with the user-friendly NissanConnect® infotainment system, which features Bluetooth® technology for streaming and smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay®. Choosing your options is easy with the Integrated Command Center touch-screen display. If features an available 9-inch screen, so there’s never a need to squint or a risk of choosing the wrong option.
The 2023 TITAN not only prioritizes power, safety, and fun, but it also takes note of your comfort. Several available systems such as Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control, Quick Comfort® climate-controlled front seats, heated steering wheel, and dual panel panoramic moonroof keep you loving every journey. Prep the cabin before you even set foot inside with the available Remote Engine Start System with Intelligent Climate Control.
There are comfortable accommodations for six when you choose a TITAN with a King Cab configuration. If you choose the Crew Cab body with captain’s chairs, you will have room for five people. Change out the captain’s chairs for a bench seat, and you’ll earn an additional seat.
America’s Best Truck Warranty
The 2023 Nissan TITAN excels again with its warranty coverage. Backed by America’s Best Truck Limited Warranty, a 5-Year/100,000-Mile Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty, the TITAN delivers a class-leading option. Our staff at James Ceranti Nissan has all the details and can answer your questions about the coverage.
Looking to ramp up your truck game this year? Test drive the 2023 Nissan TITAN at James Ceranti Nissan in Greenville, Mississippi.