In this video, Aaron tries to be unbiased and balanced in his look at the Nissan GT-R (aka “Godzilla”). He fails. But holy cow is this an awesome car!
In this review, Aaron looks at the Nissan Kicks, which sees some changes for the 2021 model year. The Kicks is Nissan’s compactest little crossover and it’s surprisingly well-done for such a low price point.
The 2021 Nissan TITAN is on sale now at U.S. Nissan dealers with a starting MSRP of $36,550 (slightly up from $36,190 for model year 2020) for the TITAN King Cab 4×2 S model.
Equipped with a standard 5.6L V8 with 400 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque, standard Nissan Safety Shield 360 technology and a standard 8.0-inch touchscreen, Nissan says the 2021 TITAN offers the most standard power, safety and technology features in its class. Safety Shield 360 includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind spot warning, rear cross traffic alert, lane departure warning, high beam assist and class-exclusive standard rear automatic braking. I always applaud automakers for standard safety features, and this a solid set from Nissan.
Always wanted a personal assistant?
The available Nissan Concierge provides owners 24-hour access to a live assistant at the push of a button. With Nissan Concierge, which is available through NissanConnect Services, assistants can help with a range of tasks like restaurant reservations, appointment scheduling, wake up calls and even personal shopping for event tickets or a special gift. The gift shopping alone is a boon to busy people everywhere.
Fender audio – of course it’s good
I highly recommend the available Fender premium audio system, which includes 12 speakers with Crew Cab and 10 speakers on King Cab. The system’s 485-watt, nine-channel amplifier with Panasonic’s proprietary Acoustic Motion Control (which renders the realistic reverberation and ambience of original recordings) sounds incredible, even cranked up.
Zero Gravity seats are no gimmick
Every TITAN includes front and rear outboard Zero Gravity seats that help maximize posture positioning for enhanced comfort during long distance driving (believe me, they really make a difference on a long drive). Heating and cooling front seats are available. Heated front and rear seats are available in both cloth and leather-appointed trim levels.
For buyers looking for an even higher level of performance and capability, the TITAN XD fits the bill. Built on a unique frame and chassis, TITAN XD has an extended 151.6-inch wheelbase – about 15 inches longer than TITAN models (Crew Cab comparison) and 6.5-foot bed.
Every 2021 TITAN comes standard with bumper-to-bumper coverage of 5-years/100,000-miles, whichever comes first (includes basic and powertrain coverage).