2022 Nissan Titan XD

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  • Overview

    A black 2022 Nissan TITAN XD PRO-4X is angled left.

    In ancient Greek mythology, the Titans were the predecessors of the Olympian Gods. They were powerful beings, including Atlas, who was tasked with holding up the sky. This is why Nissan chose this name for its largest pickup truck, the Titan XD. This is a larger version of the full-size Nissan Titan, introduced to drivers with the 2016 model year. While not a true heavy-duty truck, the Titan XD does offer a bigger and stronger version of the full-size Nissan Titan. So, in effect, when you choose a 2022 Nissan Titan XD, you are getting heavy-duty truck performance in a more manageable full-size truck format. For drivers who have never driven a heavy-duty truck, this can be a real blessing as the handling will be easier than on those heavier pickup trucks from the other automakers.

    While the 2022 Nissan Titan XD is still in the first generation of this model and the second overall generation of the Titan truck; it did undergo a refresh in 2020, which gave the truck a standard powertrain, four-wheel drive, and Crew Cab body style. This means that you will get the same performance and roomy interior no matter which trim level you choose, unlike other automakers who ask you to pay extra for things like crew cabs, four-wheel drive, and stronger engines.


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  • Trims

    A tan 2022 Nissan Titan XD is shown from the side off-roading in the mountains.

    Nissan offers the 2022 Titan XD in four different models. Each has the same powertrain and four-wheel drive, as well as a Crew Cab for plenty of passenger space. Therefore, the key differences relate to comfort and convenience features, as well as luxury finishes.

    The Titan XD S

    The base trim level is the Titan XD S, with a starting MSRP of $46,380.[a] This model features a standard NissanConnect infotainment system on an 8-inch touchscreen display, as well as a 7-inch Advanced Drive-Assist Display. This separates critical vehicle information into a separate screen, allowing for streaming of phone and entertainment on the 8-inch touchscreen.

    The NissanConnect system supports Bluetooth connectivity, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto, with voice recognition controls so you can operate the system without taking your hands off the wheel. Nissan includes a free three-month trial of SiriusXM radio, together with a 6-speaker audio system to enjoy all the music, sports, news, and talk radio. The Titan XD S rides on a set of 17-inch styled steel wheels.

    The Titan XD SV

    The Titan XD SV adds Intelligent Cruise Control, LED tail lights, a trailer brake control, and power heated chrome manually extendable tow mirrors with turn signal indicators and convex spotter mirror. This model rides on 18-inch dark-finished aluminum alloy wheels.

    The Titan XD PRO-4X

    Nissan offers the 2022 Titan XD with a purpose-built off-road model. The Titan XD PRO-4X has a specialized suspension system that includes Bilstein off-road performance shock absorbers. It also has an electronic locking rear differential to prevent wheel slippage, which can come in handy when out on the trail. It also has a hill descent control to assist in braking when coming down off an obstacle. Nissan also includes a more advanced NissanConnect system on the PRO-4X that utilizes a 9-inch touchscreen, as well as a 12-speaker Fender premium audio system with a center speaker and subwoofer.

    Another major difference between the PRO-4X model and other trims on the Titan XD is seen in the factory lift given this trim level. Where the other 2022 Titan XD models have a ground clearance of 8.2 inches; the PRO-4X comes with 8.8 inches of ground clearance. This translates into improved approach, departure, and breakover angles.

    The Titan XD Platinum Reserve

    The top trim of the 2022 Nissan Titan XD is the Platinum Reserve. Nissan has truly pulled out all the stops on this model, giving it luxury features inside and out. The Titan XD Platinum Reserve utilizes the same advanced NissanConnect and Fender audio system as the PRO-4X. However, it also has premium leather-appointed seats adorned with the Platinum Reserve logo with a heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel. This makes the Platinum Reserve the most luxurious truck Nissan has ever offered.

    These looks are carried outside to the truck’s exterior, with a stunning brushed satin-finished front grille and a set of running boards with chrome accents. The Titan XD Platinum Reserve rides on a set of 20-inch dark-painted machine-finished aluminum-alloy wheels. Nissan completes the package with a gooseneck ball and anchor towing kit to make towing easier than ever in your Titan XD.

  • Performance

    A red 2022 Nissan Titan XD is shown towing a boat.

    Each 2022 Nissan Titan XD is equipped with a standard 5.6-liter Endurance V8 gas engine. Nissan has equipped this engine with variable valve event and lift technology to improve efficient performance. As a result, this direct-injection engine can produce 400 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque. Nissan has paired the 5.6-liter V8 engine on the 2022 Titan XD with a 9-speed automatic transmission. This will give you greater control over your Titan XD while improving the engine’s performance.

    Ride Design for Optimal Handling

    The 2022 Nissan Titan XD features a body-on-frame design, making the truck better able to withstand uneven roads and off-road terrains, a plus if you choose the PRO-4X model. The front suspension consists of a double-wishbone style with a 36 mm stabilizer bar and twin-tube shock absorbers with a dual-flow path. The rear is a multi-leaf suspension system with a solid axle, 26.5 mm stabilizer bar, and twin-tube shock absorbers with a dual-flow path. The Titan XD PRO-4X has a different, sport-tuned suspension with Bilstein monotube shocks. While the standard suspension gives you a smooth ride, the one on the PRO-4X will stand up to the rigors of the off-road trail.

    Nissan has made four-wheel drive standard on all models of the 2022 Titan XD. This utilizes a switch-operated 2-speed transfer case to deliver horsepower to each wheel. This also allows you to go from four-wheel drive to more efficient rear-wheel drive when operating your Titan XD on the highway. As a result, you get the benefits of added traction from four-wheel drive with the ability to improve fuel economy in other driving situations.

    Excellent Towing and Hauling

    One of the biggest reasons why many drivers choose a full-size truck like the 2022 Nissan Titan XD is the ability to haul large cargo loads and tow heavy trailers. The maximum towing capability of the Titan XD is 11,060 pounds when equipped with a gooseneck hitch. If you prefer to use a conventional hitch, the maximum capacity drops slightly to 10,920 pounds. The Titan XD can also carry up to 2,430 pounds in its payload bed.

  • Safety

    The black and tan interior of a 2022 Nissan Titan XD shows the steering wheel and infotainment screen.

    Nissan has made passenger safety a top company-wide priority. This is why each model of the 2022 Titan XD truck comes equipped with a full array of driver assistance features as part of the standard Safety Shield 360 system. This is different from most other automakers that require drivers to pay a premium or choose a higher trim of full-size or heavy-duty truck in order to get these advanced driver assistance systems.

    360-Degree Safety Coverage

    Lane Departure Warning will alert you if your Titan XD begins to drift out of the lane. The system will then use slight steering adjustments to get your truck centered. Similarly, Blind Spot Warning will let you know if another vehicle is traveling in your truck’s blind spot. This will allow you to change lanes safely, a clear advantage when you are towing a trailer and often can’t see what is traveling on the sides of your truck.

    The Nissan Safety Shield 360 system will also help you avoid front-end collisions. The Intelligent Forward Collision Warning will sound if the system determines that you are getting too close to the vehicle or pedestrian in front of you. The system will then engage the Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection feature to apply the brakes so you can avoid a crash or reduce the impact if a collision is inevitable.

    A major cause of collisions is driver weariness and inattention. This is why the 2022 Nissan Titan XD has an Intelligent Driver Alertness feature. This will give you a warning if the system detects that you are not paying attention based on your driving patterns and will advise you to pull over to take a break.

    Another issue that many drivers have with their trucks is backing up. This can be especially problematic when towing a trailer. This is why every 2022 Nissan Titan XD has either a RearView Monitor or an Intelligent Around View Monitor. This system lets you see what is behind your truck when you shift into reverse. In addition, the Rear Sonar System will detect vehicles, pedestrians, and objects in your path that you may not be able to see on the monitor. The system will then send you a Rear Cross Traffic Alert so you will be aware of their presence. The Rear Automatic Braking may also become engaged if the system determines it is necessary to avoid a crash.

    Finally, every 2022 Nissan Titan XD is equipped with High Beam Assist. When you are driving late at night, it can often be a real hassle turning your truck’s high beam headlights on and off when you enter an area with low light. High Beam Assist automatically turns them on and off for you. As soon as you enter an area of low light, the high beams will come on and then turn off when light conditions improve. In addition, if the system detects another moving vehicle, it will automatically turn off the high beams so you can avoid distracting the other driver.

    Nissan has made the Titan XD safer than ever with the Safety Shield 360 system. By making it standard on all models of the 2022 Titan XD, Nissan has signaled its commitment to passenger safety.

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