A Review of the Nissan Titan Warrior Concept Truck

Nissan Titan Warrior Concept Truck

There are trucks, and then there's the Nissan Titan. If you do not remember the introduction of the Nissan Titan Warrior in 2016, you are not alone. At its introduction at the Detroit Auto Show in 2016, it was expected that it would liven up the Titan truck range. Well, it is not a concept truck anymore. Nissan is expected to manufacture and bring it to market. It will go head-to-head with the Ram TRX and Ford Raptor for market share.

What makes the Nissan Titan Warrior Concept truck such a great idea?

As an off-road capable truck, the Warrior has an aura that is undeniable and in a category of its own. The engine is a 5.0l, V8 Cummins turbo-diesel version and capable of 390 horsepower. This concept truck has eye-catching style upgrades compared to the Titan XD base model. With a widened stance of 6-inches and flared wheel arches, longer suspension is accommodated. The suspension has also been lifted slightly to make it easier for off-road driving. With its 37-inch tires, off-roading is not only a breeze but also comfortable. The external changes are quite noticeable compared to the standard version of the Titan XD. IT is quite different from the other trucks in the plus-size segment – a deliberate attempt to capture market share.

New Features Expected in the 2021 Titan Warrior

The concept vehicle had a lavish interior, and these are expected to show up in the 2021 version. The dashboard will be updated with new features and expect fabric and leather upholstery, too. Interior surfaces include high polish chrome, carbon fiber, and the customized steering wheel is a single aluminum block.

The front end of the vehicle will have a blacked-out grille, rear spoilers, flat LED headlights and taillights, orange accent highlights, and big wheels with top-of-the-line off-road tires.

The Titan Warrior is an extreme adventure version of the base model Titan XD with a boxy frame. With the heavy-duty 6-speed transmission, custom control arms, tie rod extensions and other features, it is expected to be a huge hit with thrill-seeking drivers. Nissan's design engineers have managed to create a new look for their new vehicle and incorporated a lot of design elements. Global production was disrupted due to the pandemic and dealers are expecting a shipment of Nissan trucks soon.

If you are interested in finding out about available Nissan trucks in Wilmington, NC, head to the nearest dealership. Sales representatives would be happy to show you what is available in the inventory. You can schedule a test drive at Capital Nissan of Wilmington, NC. The dealership also serves neighboring cities like Leland and Shallotte. If the Titan Warrior interests you, you could put your name down for a call when it is available.

Source: Nissan