The Showdown – Titan vs. F-150

The Showdown – F-150 vs. Titan

The Ford F-150 captured the heart of the American people, but the Titan has been steadily proving itself through consistent innovation and customer satisfaction. Made in America, the Titan has made big impressions on those who drive it, and is now a strong competitor to the F-150. The Titan recently received the Best Pickup Truck award from MotorWeek Drivers’ Choice, and it seems clear its climbing sales are both well deserved and a real reason to choose the Titan over the F-150.

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2017 Rogue S

Starting MSRP: $40,200
Engine: 5.6L V8
Horsepower: 390 @ 5,800RPM
Torque: 394 @ 4,000RPM
Fuel Economy: N/A
Transmission: 7-speed automatic
Warranty: 60 months / 100,000 miles

2017 Ford F-150 Crew Cab XLT

2017 Ford F-150 Crew Cab XLT

Starting MSRP: $39,050
Engine: 2.7L V6
Horsepower: 325 @ 5,750RPM
Torque: 375 @ 3,000RPM
Fuel Economy: 19 city / 26 hwy
Transmission: 6-speed automatic
Warranty: 36 months / 36,000 miles


Check Out the 2017 Titan at Woodmen Nissan

Test drive the Titan, which can tow more than 12,000 pounds under the right conditions. It should be noted the F-150 can only tow up to 11,000 pounds. Or feel the strength of the 310 horsepower, 5L Turbo Diesel model. Woodmen Nissan can help you navigate the different options available if you’re still on the fence about what you need.


The Interior of the Titan Vs. F-150

There’s no doubt the Titan was made for work, but that doesn’t mean Nissan has neglected the extras for the interior. It has many of the same offerings as the F-150, but with just a bit more luxury. Seats in stylish leather can be heated or cooled, and the infotainment system is especially easy to use. While other car manufacturers may let the bells and whistles crowd functionality, Nissan focuses on practicality, comfort and an intuitive experience.


The Performance of the Titan vs. F-150

It’s not strange that Nissan trucks have continually stepped up their power. After all, they’re competing with some very big names for a very large sector of vehicle buyers. To that end, the Titan absolutely clobbers the Ford when it comes to torque, delivering up to 555 pounds per feet where the F-150 can only get up to 510. While the truck won’t be making its debut in an Indy 500 race, the 5L V8 engine will get you and all of your stuff where you need to be quickly. The Titan is surprisingly agile and comfortable to drive, and its built for long days on the road.


The Technology and Safety Features of the Titan

The Titan is available with Nissan’s Intelligent Safety Shield, which is designed to give the truck all around protection. From blind-spot warnings to emergency automatic braking, Nissan is proudly committed to improving safety for you and your family by merging as many technological advancements to create an invisible bubble for your car. While Ford has also kept up with emerging technologies, Nissan has implemented everything seamlessly into the driving experience for more safety whether you’re trying to make a phone call or you’re trying to find the next song you want to listen to.

At Woodmen Nissan, we have the inventory to make your visit easy. If you want to see why the Titan has made such a big splash with both truck enthusiasts and experts alike, visit our dealership to find out more.


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