2020 Nissan Titan vs 2020 RAM 1500: Compare Trucks



The 2020 Nissan Titan and the 2020 Ram 1500 are to be compared. They both are more than adequate in their departments and are exquisite pieces of engineering. Yet if we have to compare then let us start with some obvious areas and then go to some not so obvious areas -

The Good - In a nutshell, the 2020 Nissan Titan is really impressive when it comes to its excellent V8 engine, and its lovely sense of style, which includes a zany touchscreen. On the other hand, the 2020 Ram 1500 is an equally good rival when it comes to the comfort level of driving it, its really cool high-tech options, and its limited model option.

The Bad - Though fuel efficiency was not the top consideration for either vehicle, the Nissan Titan still performs fairly fine in that department. The Ram has a very stiff suspension, its top model is very expensive and although beautiful, it is not as distinctive as its past avatars.

The Others - There are other noticeable differences between the vehicles. The 2020 Nissan Titan comes only in a gas model, whereas the 2020 Ram 1500 comes in 2 gas and 1 diesel model, thereby presenting more options for those who wish to travel on rougher terrain or haul stuff more frequently. They both pack almost the same amount of HP, although the Titan edges past the Ram with 5 more HPs. They both have automatic transmission with the Ram having an 8-speed transmission, and the Titan has a 9-speed transmission. Other than that, they both seem to provide the same high level of safety for their passengers.

To know more about these vehicles, visit Nissan dealerships in Eastern NC or in-car lots in Goldsboro, NC. The Nissan Titan Raleigh NC can be purchased in most car dealerships seeing how in North Carolina Nissan trucks see a lot of business and can be purchased first hand or second from across multiple dealerships.

For more information, drop by the Deacon Jones Nissan dealership in Goldsboro, NC, which also serves residents from Greenville, Kinston, and Rocky Mount. 


Source: Nissan