Nissan is a Japanese automobile manufacturing company that was formed in 1933. Nissan is best known for building reliable cars, durable trucks and some of the most exciting sports cars of all time. Nissan built a reputation for producing durable and reliable compact trucks, dating back to the 1950ís. In 2004, Nissan took on the full size truck market with the introduction of the Nissan Titan. A Nissan Titan service manual details the proper procedures for maintaining Nissanís behemoth pick up truck.
Power is provided by a trick, 5.6 liter V8 that features dual overhead cams and four valves per cylinder. the power plant produces 390 horsepower in itís current form and enough torque to tow nearly 10,000 pounds. Body styles available include regular cab, king cab, and crew cab configurations, with two wheel and four wheel drive available for most trim lines.
The Nissan Titan can be found with a wide range of technology, safety and work-related options, including on-board handsfree bluetooth calling, side impact airbags and utility ties that are movable in the bed for safely tying down cargo. King cab versions are available with rear doors that open 168 degrees to ease entry and exit and make loading cargo easier.
The current Nissan Titan, introduced in 2016, features an available Cummins diesel engine made famous by Dodge Ram for durability and tons of power. With 555 foot-pounds of torque, the rugged and durable Titan has the power to pull, haul and carry like a commercial truck. The Cummins diesel engine is only available on the XD model, which features a commercial-grade frame for added strength.
The Nissan Titan shares components with other full-size Nissan products, including the Armada SUV and the Infiniti QX56 SUV. Sharing across the production line helps the home mechanic by increasing the availability of repair parts.
Servicing a Nissan Titan truck is straightforward. Owners can complete normal services, like oil changes and brake replacement at home with a Nissan Titan repair manual. Clear instructions help the do it yourself mechanic diagnose problems and remove, inspect and replace components.