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2020 Nissan Titan Interior Review

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Interior: 7.2

The 2020 Nissan Titan has a few nice cabin materials, but most surfaces feel cheap. Seating space is just OK compared to the rest of the full-size pickup truck class. Though infotainment features look good, they suffer from a few operational hiccups.

  • "There is a lot of plastic, and the steering wheel design is badly dated. A slick air-conditioning design is ruined by noticeable plastic panels covering nearly half of the vent. Buttons and dials are too small and overly styled and cartoonishly labeled." -- Edmunds
  • "Although we still prefer the Ram's exquisitely detailed cabin, the Titan’s interior is very comfortable and its design is preferable to the offerings from Chevy, GMC and Toyota. It’s also no longer far behind the Ford’s." -- Autoblog
  • "And while there are adequate soft-touch points in key spots around its cabin, hard and unimpressive plastics creep up the Titan's door panels and center console like moss, lending it an air of cheapness that is increasingly difficult to ignore the further you move up the price range." -- Car and Driver

Seating

The Nissan Titan seats five or six people, depending on configuration. A three-person front bench seat is standard, and front bucket seats are optional. The front seats are comfortable, but back-seat accommodations vary by cab style. The standard King Cab has adequate rear legroom for shorter drives, but those who regularly haul rear-seat passengers may want to consider the Crew Cab. This affords more leg space, though it's still less roomy than competing trucks' rear seats.

For installing child safety seats, there are two complete sets of LATCH connectors for the rear outboard seats.

Cloth upholstery and four-way manually adjustable front seats are also standard. Optional features include leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat, a four-way power-adjustable passenger seat, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a wood accented and heated steering wheel.

  • "The Titan's comfortable front seats help a great deal. And while we're on the subject, back-seat room is acceptable in both cabs, but we wish the rear seatbacks had a bit more padding and were mounted at a less severe angle." -- Automobile Magazine
  • "For obvious reasons, it's hard for us to say whether the Titan's seats offer an experience akin to floating through outer space. All we can say is that they aren't uncomfortable." -- Autotrader
  • "Unfortunately, the latest Titan also comes with a crew-cab rear-seat area that is significantly smaller than the concert-hall standard established by newer full-size pickups." -- Car and Driver

Interior Features

Standard features in the 2020 Titan include a 7-inch digital instrument cluster display and an 8-inch touch-screen infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, two USB ports, satellite radio, and a six-speaker stereo.

Optional features include a 9-inch touch screen, HD Radio, navigation, voice recognition, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, two rear USB ports, dual-zone automatic climate control, a household-style power outlet, a Fender premium stereo, a power-sliding rear window, and remote start.

The Titan's new touch screen has sharp, impressive graphics, but the underlying performance still feels a little outdated. Most controls are within easy reach of the driver.

Standard driver assistance features include automatic high-beam headlights, a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, driver alertness monitoring, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, lane departure warning, forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, and reverse automatic emergency braking.

Optional active safety features include adaptive cruise control, rain-sensing windshield wipers, traffic sign recognition, a surround-view parking camera system, and front parking sensors.

See 2020 Nissan Titan specs »

  • "While not the largest on the market, the new 9-inch … touch screen is easily the highest resolution our untrained eyes have seen. Colors are crisp and clear, and the screens and icons are laid out in a thoughtful and useable manner. While it looks like Nissan could have pushed the size to 10 or even 12 inches, we have exactly zero complaints about this new system." -- Truck Trend
  • "All the truck's controls are within easy reach of the driver." -- CNET
  • "The larger [screen] provides higher resolution and improved clarity and responsiveness over HD. Unfortunately, the system's software doesn't seem to have been optimized to take advantage of the superior graphics. The new screen also highlights the poor picture quality from outdated cameras." -- Edmunds

Cargo

The Nissan Titan is available with a 6-foot-7-inch bed or a 5-foot-7-inch bed. The Titan can be equipped with cargo amenities such as a spray-on bedliner, the Utili-track cargo system, moveable tie-downs, cargo bed lights, side running boards, and an in-bed household-style power outlet.

  • "The Titan's interior offers features like bag hooks underneath the rear seat cushions and folding rear seat backs along with clever in-bed storage solutions." -- Autotrader
  • "A retractable cargo-bed step is available on the driver side, but it was finicky about being deployed. The excellent bed lighting and the numerous cargo tie-down options are the highlights." -- Edmunds (2019)
  • "While the bed is high, the damped tailgate is a breeze to open and close. The optional running boards help with access to the front of the bed. A factory spray-in bedliner is optional. There are four tie-down loops in the bed's corners and four pockets in the side rails. Typically a standard feature, the electronic tailgate locking is optional." -- Consumer Guide (2018)
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