The 2023 Nissan Titan is worth buying if you want a decent yet robust truck with a comfortable ride 

a solid reliability rating, and a long list of standard features 

You won’t find a model with a big towing rating, luxury-oriented trim, or impressive off-roading option, though. 

Standard Titan features include 18-inch steel wheels, halogen headlights 

a 7-inch digital gauge cluster, an 8-inch infotainment screen, wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto 

a bench front seat, cloth upholstery, a damped tailgate, a four-pin connector, a seven-pin connector. 

You must opt for the top-spec Platnimum Reserve model to access leather upholstery 

a heated steering wheel, heated seats, ventilated seats, running boards 

a trailer brake controller, and a power-sliding rear window. 

Standard safety features include forward collision warning, blind spot warning, automatic emergency braking 

lane departure warning, lane keeping assist, parking sensors, rear cross-traffic alert, and trailer sway control. 

According to Edmunds, the Titan can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in about 8.0 seconds, which isn’t exciting for a truck with a V8 engine. 

But it has a smooth power delivery. The steering is hefty, and the brakes are weak. 

It has a smooth ride over cracks in the pavement, but disruptive wind noise enters the cabin at highway speeds.