Sheridan Showdown: 2018 Nissan Titan vs. Chevrolet Silverado

July 17th, 2018 by

2018 Nissan Titan vs. Chevrolet Silverado

Welcome to Sheridan Nissan, home of the best Nissan selection, customer service and offers in the New Castle area! We are committed to finding you the right car, or in this case, truck for you.

As you consider your full-sized truck options, compare the 2018 Nissan Titan with the 2018 Chevrolet Silverado. Both trucks start at a similar price, but you find the Titan offers many more features than the Silverado to ensure a better overall driving experience.

Power

Although there is one engine option that comes standard on both the Titan and Titan XD (there is also a diesel option for the XD), it outperforms both options available in the Silverado. Paired with a 7-speed transmission, the 5.6L Endurance® V8 engine delivers 390 hp and 394 lbs.-ft. of torque. The Silverado features a 4.3L V6 engine that delivers 285 hp and 305 lbs.-ft. of torque or a 5.3L V8 engine that delivers 355 hp and 383 lbs.-ft. of torque. Since the Titan delivers power, it goes from 0-60 mph slightly faster (6.5 seconds compared to 7.1 seconds) according to Motor Trend.

The Titan is standard with a 200-amp alternator, which offers better ignition reliability and power to recharge the battery. The Silverado is standard with a 150-amp alternator and can go to a max of 170-amps. The difference is clear.

2018 Nissan Titan vs. Chevrolet Silverado | Sheridan Showdown | New Castle, DE

Technology

NissanConnect® allows you to stay in touch with friends and family as you make your commute. NissanConnect® Mobile Apps lets you use your favorite apps, such as Twitter and Pandora. Opt for the available Nissan Navigation System1 to get turn-by-turn directions displayed on the 7” color touch screen so you never get lost again.

Nissan Intelligent Mobility™ keeps a look out for what you don’t see. This includes a front and rear sonar system2, that can sense non-moving objects up to six feet away and alerts you to said objects. Additionally, with these sensors and a rear-view camera, you can back up with optimal confidence. It also features blind spot warning3 and rear cross traffic alert4 which alert you to anything in your blind spot or behind you.

The Titan has an Intelligent Key System that the Silverado does not offer. While your key is in your purse or pocket, you have the option to use a Pushbutton Start and can even unlock your car.

Capability

The Titan features a 360° Around View® Monitor to see all your surroundings, while the Silverado only features a rear monitor. The Titan also has a larger towing capacity, towing up to 9,740 lbs. The Silverado can tow up to 9,400 lbs.

The Titan is more spacious. Its single cab has a volume of 74.8 cu.ft. of space, while the comparable regular cab short bed on the Silverado has a volume of 61 cu.ft.

The Titan also is equipped with a pollen filter in the passenger cabin, while the Silverado is not. This filters out pollen and other pollutants that irritate the sinuses and lungs.

Now that you’ve made your decision, go see Joe at Sheridan Nissan to take the Titan out for a spin and learn more today!

 

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1. Feature availability is dependent on vehicle model, trim level, packaging and options. Compatible connected device may be required and feature availability may be dependent on device’s capability. Refer to connected device’s owner’s manual for details. Late availability for some features. 2. Sonar System may not detect every object. Driver should always check surroundings before driving. See Owner’s Manual for safety information. 3. Blind Spot Warning and Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention cannot prevent all collisions and may not detect every object or warn in all situations. Driver should always turn and look before changing lanes. See Owner’s Manual for safety information. 4. Rear Cross Traffic Alert may not detect all vehicles. See Owner’s Manual for safety information.
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