The Nissan Titan was the newest pickup truck on the block when the second generation first took the streets in 2016, but since then, its most popular competitors have evolved into even better alternatives. Now, Nissan attempts to draw attention back to its own half-ton pickup by packing the 2020 Titan with fresh styling, a revised powertrain, and cutting-edge features.
From Car and Driver: The primary goal of a mid-cycle facelift is to prevent models from becoming stale, so Nissan literally gives the Titan a new face for 2020. The company says there are three new grille designs, which are even bolder than before, along with snazzier headlights that have hints of the Nissan Titan Warrior concept from three years back. However, the striking lamps are reserved for the top three trim levels. Out back, there are new LED lights in the cargo bed, updated LED taillights, and unique tailgate plaques. Along with these highlights, the 2020 Titan gets new wheel designs and more paint colors.