For 2020, both the regular and high-performance titanium models use  

the same He uses a 5.6-liter V8 rated at 400 hp and 413 lb-ft.  

The all-wheel-drive Pro-4X, paired with a 9-speed automatic, accelerates from 0 to 60 in 7.3 seconds. 

Meanwhile, the Ford F-150 Raptor has a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 rated at 450 hp 

510 lb-ft. With a 10-speed automatic and all-wheel drive, the car  

driver measured him 5.1 seconds in 0-60 seconds. So does the ¼ mile test.  

The Ford Raptor finished in 13.8 seconds and the Nissan Titan in 15.6 seconds. 

However, when it comes to braking and handling on tarmac, the Titan Pro-4X is better.

In terms of off-road features, the two trucks are fairly equal

The Nissan Titan Pro-4X comes with Bilstein shocks, LED fog lights and headlights 

a skid plate, tow hooks, some blacked-out trim, and General Grabber A/T tires, Autoweek reports. 

It also has both an electronic-locking rear differential and a limited-slip differential, Truck Trend reports

as well as hill-descent control and hill-start assist. 

The Ford F-150 Raptor, though, comes with electronically-adjusting Fox shocks