The 2020 Titan’s appeal will be its generous standard equipment (compared to other base full-size trucks) and generous incentives awaiting most buyers. 

That said, it’s well-equipped and stacked with a generous warranty. This year’s improvements add a larger touchscreen to most trucks, automatic emergency braking to all trucks, and good features. The 2020 Titan is an 8 for all of the above, although base trucks are very spartan (but still better equipped than most competitors’ base models). 

Like last year, the Titan and Titan XD are available in S, SV, Pro-4X, SL, and Platinum Reserve trims. Base versions cost $37,785 and the top Titan XD Platinum Reserve costs at least $63,285. That’s more than competitors’ base models, but the Titan is better equipped than many of those work-spec trucks. That’s a lot of wiggle room, and…

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