Nissan is not satisfied of Titan’s marketing in Canada as it only sold 2,807 units last year. The figure shows 50% of decrease compared to 2018. Nissan also sold only 800 units of Titan in the first half of 2020 which is a very poor figure.
As a result, the automaker is deciding to axe Nissan Titan from the Canadian market and focus on crossovers and SUVs.
While Nissan Titan is leaving Canada it is not going to leave the entire North American market and buyers still can get a brand new Titan in the United States with the base price of $36-190. Titan sale in the U.S has also decreased by 32% compared to the previous year. Which a sale figure of 12,196 units, the Titan has only 1.2% market share in the U.S.
The 2020 Nissan Titan benefits a facelifted look and added equipment like 8-inch infotainment screen and Safety Shield 360 safety package as standard. Under the hood. The Titan uses a 5.6-liter naturally aspirated V8 engine with 400 hp and 559 nm of torque connected to a 9-speed automatic transmission.