2022 Nissan Titan Redesign, Price, Interior, Warrior, XD


The competition in the segment of half-ton pickups is tough, even though there are just several models on offer. While the Big Three dominates the segment, Nissan still struggles to establish a solid position on the market, even when compared with Toyota Tundra. Despite that, the 2022 Nissan Titan won’t bring too many changes. The current generation has been around for about five and after the last year’s refresh, we expect that the current generation will remain in production for a few more years.

For all of you who are planning to purchase the next year’s Titan, this means that there are no bigger surprises to come. The 2022 Nissan Titan will continue with familiar design characteristics. This truck has one of the most comfortable cabins in the segment and also offers very composed handling. We also like its powerful V8 engine, as well as an intuitive infotainment system. We presume that the launch date will be scheduled for the end of 2021.

2022 Nissan Titan front view

2022 Nissan Titan redesign

The current generation of Nissan’s full-size pickup is about to remain in production for a few more years. Therefore, it’s no wonder that no one expects to see bigger modifications for the 2022 Nissan Titan. Instead, we will see a familiar layout, based on the good-old F-Alpha platform. That’s the same one that will underprint the upcoming Frontier, which will receive a redesign after a full 15 years.

Styling changes aren’t expected either. You may count on a familiar design, which has been updated for the 2020 model. For that refresh, we saw a couple of interesting novelties, such as a bolder grille, new bumper, more prominent headlights etc. The 2022 Nissan Titan will continue in the same way.

Also, you may count on the Pro-4X version, which comes with a couple of nice off-road upgrades. Some of the highlights are things like electronic locking rear differential, hill descent control, Bilstein coilover shocks, skid plates, and all-terrain tires.

2022 Nissan Titan mark


This truck offers one of the most comfortable cabins in the segment and we have no doubt that the next year’s model will continue in the same way. Besides excellent suspension setup, which successfully combines engaging handling with a smooth ride, there are also excellent front seats, which are probably the best in the class. The second row in crew cab models is also very spacious and accommodates adults with ease.

When it comes to cab and bed configurations, you may count on two variants in the offer. The standard King Cab is a typical extended cab model, which comes with a longer 6-foot 7-inch bed. On the other side, the Crew Cab model comes with a little bit shorter 5-foot 7-inch bed.

2022 Nissan Titan interior


The 2020 facelift has brought a couple of novelties, including a completely new infotainment system. So, we doubt that too many things could change for the 2022 Nissan Titan. Most of the things will remain the same as in the current model, which comes standard with an 8-inch touch screen, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, two USB ports, satellite radio, and a six-speaker stereo. Additionally, you can get things like a 9-inch touch screen, HD Radio, navigation, two rear USB ports, and a 12-speaker audio system, a moonroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, a household-style power outlet etc.

When it comes to safety features, all models should come standard with goodies like a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, driver drowsiness monitoring, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, lane departure warning, forward collision warning, forward and reverse automatic emergency braking, and pedestrian detection. You can pay extra additions like adaptive cruise control, traffic sign recognition, a surround-view parking camera system, and front parking sensors.

2022 Nissan Titan Engine

The 2022 Nissan Titan will continue with a good-old 5.6-liter V8. This engine has received an upgrade recently and now features a max output of 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque. That’s enough for pretty solid driving dynamics. Also, the engine comes in pair with a nine-speed automatic transmission, which does a pretty decent job.

2022 Nissan Titan

When it comes to fuel economy, you may count on about 16 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway. That’s quite typical for a full-size pickup truck with a V8 engine. What’s not so typical for the segment is the max towing capacity, which goes around 9.300 pounds. That’s below-average for the class. The max payload goes up to 1.680 pounds.

2022 Nissan Titan Release Date and Price

Considering that no bigger changes are about to happen, we are pretty sure that the Japanese manufacturer won’t rush to launch the 2022 Nissan Titan. Instead, it will rather hit the market sometime in the last quarter of the year. The starting price shouldn’t be much different compared to the current model, which goes around 38.000 dollars. Although the Big Three dominate the segment, we see Toyota Tundra as Titan’s biggest competitor.


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