2020 Nissan Titan Video: A Surprisingly Thorough Refresh

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We recently moseyed on over to the Texas State Fair where Nissan unveiled its newest pickup truck, the full-size 2020 Titan. It’s a significant refresh with new front and rear styling, a more powerful engine, an upgraded interior and revised multimedia system. We got to take a close look at the new Titan during the 2019 State Fair of Texas in Dallas to see if those changes combine to make it better than the outgoing model.

Related: Nissan Teases Redesigned 2020 Titan Ahead of Sept. 26 Unveiling

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Outside, the changes aren’t dramatic, but the new bumper, revised grille and redesigned LED headlights help make its styling match other recently updated Nissan models. In back, there are new LED taillights and a new bed lighting system.

Inside, meanwhile, Nissan upgraded the cabin materials on the doors, dash and console, trim level depending. Front and center ahead of the driver is the new digital programmable driver information display; it sits in between the gauge cluster.

A standard 8-inch multimedia display is new for 2020, with the option to upgrade to a 9-inch unit. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration is standard, and available Wi-Fi allows up to six devices to stream content (with a paid subscription).

What’s under the hood? Watch the video for our full payload of first impressions of the 2020 Nissan Titan.

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