2017 Nissan Titan

Outperforming the
F-150

Even going up against one of the most recognized names in its segment, the 2017 Nissan Titan still hasn’t met its match.

Competing against the 2016 Ford F-150 V8 isn’t easy, but in every category tested, the 2017 Nissan Titan came out ahead, proving itself to be one of Canada’s toughest trucks.

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AMCI CERTIFIED TESTING

AMCI Testing is an independent research firm specializing in reliable, unbiased comparative evaluations of cars and trucks. AMCI has been providing trustworthy analysis to the automotive sector in both North America and Europe for over 30 years. At the time of this AMCI evaluation, the 2017 Ford F-150 was not yet available for sale.

BRAKE TEST
WINNER: TITAN

For this test, AMCI attached an 8,900 lb. trailer to both the Titan and the Ford F-150. Both trucks accelerated up to 97km/h, and then stopped as quickly as possible. While it took the F-150 V8 225 feet to come to a complete stop, the Titan was able to stop after just 198 feet.

  • Titan: 198 feet
  • F-150: 225 feet

ACCELERATION TEST
WINNER: TITAN

In this test, AMCI measured the amount of time it took for both the Titan and the F-150 to accelerate from a full stop to reach 60 MPH (97 km/h), as well as how long it took each truck to travel a ¼ mile from a dead stop. After 36 trials, the Titan consistently outperformed the F-150 in both categories.

  • 0-60 MPH:
    • Titan: 6.5s
    • F-150 6.8s
  • ¼ Mile:
    • Titan: 15.1s
    • F-150: 15.5s

CORNERING TEST
WINNER: TITAN

AMCI tested the Titan and F-150 on their high-speed circular cornering track, and had both trucks drive as fast as possible. The truck that was able to travel at the highest speed without losing grip on the pavement was declared the winner. The Titan won.

HANDLING TEST
WINNER: TITAN

In this test, AMCI measured the amount of time it took for both the Titan and the F-150 to accelerate from a full stop to reach 60 MPH (97 km/h), as well as how long it took each truck to travel a ¼ mile from a dead stop. After 36 trials, the Titan consistently outperformed the F-150 in both categories.

  • Titan: 69.7 km/h
  • F-150: 67.4 km/h

The 2017 Titan: Just Better

5-year / 160,000km
bumper-to-bumper warranty

9,220 lbs
standard towing

390 HP / 394 lb-ft
of Standard v8 Power