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Nissan Titan vs. Ford F-150 | Nissan of Lake Charles
• AMCI Certified Test Results • Better Acceleration, Handling, and Braking than Ford F-150 V8* • Better Standing-Start Acceleration than Ford F-150 V8* • Better Overall Braking Performance – Unloaded or While Towing – than Ford F-150 V8** • Better Braking Performance While Towing than Ford F-150 V8ŧ • Better 0-60 MPH Acceleration, Handling, and Brake than Ford F-150 V8ŧŧ • Better 0-60 MPH Acceleration than Ford F-150 V8ŧŧ • Better Quarter-Mile Acceleration than Ford F-150 V8ŧŧ • Better Overall Handling Performance – on Wet or Dry Pavement – than Ford F-150 V8ŧŧ • Better Cornering – on Wet or Dry Pavement – than Ford F-150 V8ŧŧ
*ACMI Testing Certified: 2017 Nissan TITAN SV 4WD vs. 2016 Ford F-150 4X4 Super Crew with 145” wheel base. 0-60 MPH and quarter-mile Acceleration.
**ACMI Testing Certified: 2017 Nissan TITAN SV 4WD vs. 2016 Ford F-150 4X4 Super Crew with 145” wheel base. Braking performance unladen and with 8,900-lb. towing load.
ŧACMI Testing Certified: 2017 Nissan TITAN SV 4WD vs. 2016 Ford F-150 4X4 Super Crew with 145” wheel base. Braking performance with 8,900-lb. towing load.
ŧŧ ACMI Testing Certified: 2017 Nissan TITAN SV 4WD vs. 2016 Ford F-150 4X4 Super Crew with 145” wheel base.
The FordF-150 has dominated the full-size pickup market for years. However, new contenders are catching up with, and even surpassing, the model. The Nissan Titan has proven itself to be a worthy opponent with a clear shot at taking the crown. When these two monsters go tire-to-tire, the Nissan Titan comes out on top more often than not!
The Nissan Titan has proven itself to be the best of the best when it comes to performance, with better acceleration and braking than the Ford F-150 when it is equipped with a V8 engine. The Titan has a better braking performance, offering more precise controlling than the F-150. It also boasts a faster quarter-mile compared to the F-150. Rocketing off to a quick start is just as important as coming to a fast stop, after all.
The new Nissan Titan boasts a 5.6-liter V8 engine, mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission that delivers an impressive 390 hp and 394 lb-ft of torque. Meanwhile, the Ford F-150 falls short with a 3.5-liter V6 engine, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission that produces just 282 hp and 253 lb-ft of torque.
When it comes to handling, the Ford F-150 is no match for the Titan. The Nissan Titan has proven itself the top model when it comes to cornering on wet or dry pavement. It also offers better evasive action in the case of an emergency, no matter the road conditions.
The new Nissan Titan comes with a standard five-year/100,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty, crushing the F-150’s three-year/36,000-mile warranty. The Titan’s engine also comes with extended coverage for an impressive five-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty. The Ford F-150 offers just five years/60,000 miles of powertrain coverage.
When it boils down to the sheer number of features, the Titan takes home the top prize again. The new Nissan Titan possesses an overhead console storage and locking glove box, two features the F-150 can’t match. It also comes stocked with heated exterior mirrors with integrated turn signals for optimal visibility.