The Nissan Titan earns praise at the IIHS crash testing center

A few months ago the Nissan Titan went to the IIHS testing centers to see how it fared on the challenging crash tests that are known for being harder every single year. The Titan scored the highest rating of GOOD on all the Crashworthiness tests, and that's something to get excited about.

IIHS Crashworthiness Tests

  • Small overlap front: driver-side
  • Small overlap front: passenger-side
  • Moderate overlap front
  • Side
  • Roof strength
  • Head restraints & seats

The Nissan Titan stood out against many of its competitors, as they faltered in the small overlap front test for the passenger side. Basically, you and you front-row passenger can feel extra secure while driving around Denver and Centennial.

Nissan Titan Safety Features

While it's important to make sure a vehicle can withstand a crash, engineers have also moved their attention in the last few years to building technologies that can help avoid an accident in the first place. On the Nissan Titan, you'll get a standard backup camera to protect your back bumper (and/or anyone walking behind you) and Bluetooth so you can make hands-free calls when you're driving between Lakewood CO and Littleton CO.

On higher Titan trims you can get advanced safety technologies. There's a blind spot warning, which is great for when you're on the highway or driving in the city, rear cross traffic alert for when you're reverse and something isn't in view of your backup camera, and a surround view camera for easier parallel and perpendicular parking of this full-size truck!

These features aren't a substitute for safe driving habits and double checking over your shoulder, but they are still great to have in case you need backup.

For more information on the crashworthiness of the Nissan Titan, or if you want to see the advanced technologies in action, stop into our dealership this week for a test drive.

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