Nissan Titan comes in four standard trim levels: midgrade SE, entry-level XE, the luxury-oriented LE and the off-road-focused PRO-4X.
The XE is available with a front bench seat and captain’s chairs with a flow-through console are standard on the PRO-4X, LE and SE.
The 2012 Nissan Titan is unlikely to receive any substantive changes to its platform, powertrain, or major mechanical components. As before, the Titan will ride on a sturdy fully boxed frame that’s also sees duty in the Nissan Armada and Pathfinder SUVs and in the luxury-oriented Infiniti QX56 SUV.
Speed-sensitive variable-assist power steering will continue to help manage this truck’s bulk, but expect the 2012 Nissan Titan to still be a handful to maneuver, especially in tight urban areas. It should continue to feel most at home on the open road where it will remain secure and stable at highway speeds. Standard four-wheel disc antilock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution and brake assist will continue to help bring Titan to a halt with authority. Nissan’s Active Brake Limited-Slip Differential will likewise remain standard.