Solve many hauling situations with the Nissan Titan towing capacity. This full-size truck rides into 2023 with more strength, technology, confidence, safety, comfort, and power for your job site needs. But if your Titan pickup will be used for play, you'll find luxurious trims and the strength to bring all the toys. Take it all in stride. The Nissan Titan packs a punch and follows it up with a roundhouse kick of confidence.
Learn more about the Nissan Titan towing capacity, see how it's changed over the years, and discover the features that'll help out along the way with our towing guide below.
Riding into the latest model year with enhanced V-8 strength, the Nissan Titan towing capacity comes in at a maximum of 9,323 pounds for 2023.1 The maximum Nissan Titan towing capacity can handle most fishing boats, campers, loaded utility trailers, toy haulers with ATVs or dirt bikes, or a flatbed trailer with another car and track equipment on it.
In the bed, you can load up all the gear you won't be towing along. And to complement the powerful Nissan Titan towing capacity, the 2023 Nissan Titan payload capacity comes in at up to 1,697 pounds.2 That's a lot of gear, including just about any toolbox needed on the job site.
You can choose from a 6.5-foot or 5.5-foot long bed, and with either option, the bed will measure 5.3 feet wide with a depth of 20 inches.
The latest Nissan Titan is a high-tech, high-strength companion, but a used Nissan Titan can satisfy all needs with its strength, too. Each year offers immense power, and as you go back, you'll see the impressive strength needed to get every job done. Whether you're interested in the 2019 or 2021 Nissan Titan Towing capacity, have a look at our chart to see what your preferred model year can do:
Nissan Titan Towing Capacity Chart
|Up to 9,323 pounds
|Up to 9,320 pounds
|Up to 9,310 pounds
|Up to 9,370 pounds
|Up to 9,660 pounds
|Up to 9,740 pounds
|Up to 9,740 pounds
|Up to 9,300 pounds
|Up to 9,300 pounds
|Up to 9,300 pounds
The towing capacity of a truck like the 2022 Nissan Titan relies on its Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR), which is the total weight that the truck can handle. As more great features get added each year, the curb weight may rise, causing a slight loss of towing capacity potential. But Nissan engineers ensured that it's a trade-off that requires little compromise on your part, bringing you the best of both creature comforts and towing capabilities.
As we mentioned, GVWR helps define a truck's towing capacity. With the Nissan Titan towing capacity, the configuration can cause the specific GVWR to vary. And with those cab/bed configurations, the truck's curb weight can take up more or less of that GVWR. As well, mechanical factors like stresses to the drivetrain with 4x2 vs. 4x4 configurations can affect the maximum towing capacity. The owner's manual for your specific Nissan Titan will reveal the in-depth configuration-based towing capacity.
Here's how the maximum Nissan Titan towing capacity changes with each layout:
Power, a solid transmission, and a strong frame. The new Nissan Titan for sale uses a high-strength steel frame to take the stresses of towing in stride, and to get it all moving, it comes standard with eight-cylinder oomph. Specifically, every 2023 Nissan Titan has a 5.6-liter V-8 engine with 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque under its hood. A nine-speed automatic transmission sends that power through to the rear wheels, and for all-terrain dominance, a 4x4 system, including a two-speed transfer case, is available.
An available electronic locking rear differential can help handle off-road fun or heavy loads without breaking a sweat.
Putting the Nissan Titan towing capacity to work requires certain pieces of additional equipment. You can get them à la carte at our certified parts department.
So what's included in the Titan towing package? There are two tow packages available for the SV trim. The first Titan towing package includes the necessities. You'll get a Class IV tow hitch receiver, including a 4/7-pin wiring harness to get going, a trailer brake controller for safe control, a trailer light check feature for safe towing, manually-extendable tow mirrors with turn signals and power heating for full visibility, and puddle lights on the side mirrors.
The second Nissan Titan SV Towing Package includes all that, then adds front tow hooks for emergency recovery if you get stuck along the way.
The Nissan Titan S Utility Package includes the Class IV tow hitch receiver with a 4/7-pin wiring harness. It also gives you a factory-applied bedliner plus overhead storage bins for added practicality while using the Nissan Titan towing capacity.
As for the à la carte towing equipment, you can get the Class IV tow hitch receiver, a 4-inch Class III drop hitch ball mount, a Class III hitch ball and hitch ball mount, a tow mirror kit in black or chrome, and tow hooks. Contact us to order your Nissan Titan towing accessories and set up installation.
The Nissan Titan can make it a breeze with a powerful selection of towing features. The first is the Nissan Titan tow mode. When you make full use of the Nissan Titan towing capacity, your drivetrain will need to adapt to the added weight. Tow mode does precisely that by optimizing the transmission for optimal pulling power and smoothness. The tow mirrors seen above come next, providing a better view of your trailer in tow.
Next comes available hill descent control, managing the extra momentum for confident downhill driving. Standard trailer sway control will ensure your load is in check on windy days or while towing down rough roads, and an available Intelligent Around View® monitor will make hitching up easy.
The strength of the Nissan Titan towing capacity is met by added confidence with standard safety assists like a blind-spot warning, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane-departure warning, forward collision warning, and more. Plus, standard Intelligent Driver Alertness assistance will make the fatigue of long towing trips a less-nerve-wracking possibility.
Ready to feel the Nissan Titan towing capacity in action? Come by Petro Nissan to test drive a Nissan Titan truck in your preferred configuration or get all the towing equipment you need. And for any other questions about towing with a Nissan Titan, please get in touch today.
For 2023, the Nissan Titan towing capacity is an impressive maximum of 9,323 pounds.1 You'll find that the Nissan Titan complements that towing capacity with a maximum payload rating of 1,697 pounds,2 an expansive bed, and a suite of excellent, confidence-inspiring features that include standard trailer sway control and an available Intelligent Around View® monitor.
The Nissan Titan is a great truck for towing. Whether it's the latest model's specs or the 2020 Nissan Titan towing capacity, you'll find the strength needed for every job, alongside advanced features to make towing manageable. With a large bed, a hefty payload capacity, and a comfortable, well-equipped interior to make the long-haul jobs go by with ease, the Nissan Titan is your choice for towing excellence.
The 2023 Nissan Titan XD can tow a maximum of 11,060 pounds3 to haul just about anything on your job site agenda. Take command of its standard 5.6-liter V-8 engine with 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque to feel new levels of towing strength. Older model Nissan Titan XD diesel variants can tow with equal power, making any Titan XD a powerful towing choice.
Yes, the Nissan Titan can tow a wide range of travel trailers. Specifically, the 2023 Nissan Titan towing capacity is a maximum of 9,323 pounds,1 which will often be enough for a sizeable travel trailer. It can also handle a typical speed boat, a flatbed trailer with a racetrack-prepped sports car, or a camper for your next out-there adventure.
On a Nissan Titan, tow mode will optimize the transmission's shifting logic to handle heavy loads with smoother, seamless power, and manage the extra inertia on downhill descents with an integrated hill descent control feature. This advanced driving mode activates at the push of a button to make towing a more straightforward, less-stressful experience for you and your truck's drivetrain.
1Towing capacity varies by configuration. See Nissan Towing Guide and Owner’s Manual for additional information. Always secure cargo.
2Maximum payload capacity when properly equipped. Payload capacity varies by configuration. See Nissan Towing Guide and Owner’s Manual for additional information.
3Max Crew Cab towing capacity up to 11,033 lbs. when using available gooseneck hitch. Gooseneck hitch available on 2023 Titan XD SV with Convenience Package or 2023 TITAN XD PRO-4X with Convenience Package or higher trims. Up to 10,898 lbs. maximum towing capacity for 2023 Titan XD when using standard tow hitch receiver. Towing capacity varies by configuration. See Nissan Towing Guide and Owner’s Manual for additional information.