There are plenty of areas around Orange, Texas, for a powerful truck to thrive in. No matter if you need a heavy-duty hauler or desire a truck for simple leisure, the team at Cecil Atkission Toyota is proud to carry a selection of pickups that best suit your needs.
We’ve put together a 2022 Toyota Tundra vs. 2021 Nissan TITAN comparison for you to further understand the differences between these two powerhouses. Keep reading to find out which reigns supreme!
The 2022 Tundra and 2022 TITAN offer similar engines at the standard level. The Tundra’s 3.5L V6 goes toe-to-toe with the TITAN’s 5.6L V8 in terms of power. However, only the Tundra offers an upgraded engine: the 3.5L Twin-Turbo V5 with an electric motor!
This next-generation electric motor works with the transmission to deliver an electrifying 437 horsepower and 583 lb-ft of torque. As soon as you press down on the pedal, you’ll feel a streamlined rush of power from the Tundra’s engine. Meanwhile, the TITAN is limited to its single engine, which means it only produces 400 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque.
Additionally, the 2022 Tundra is designed to conquer rough or uneven terrain. Its available Multi-Terrain Select comes with several modes tailored to the road conditions. They include:
Unfortunately, the 2021 TITAN doesn’t offer a similar system with as many drive modes.
Drivers looking for a truck that comfortably accommodates their co-workers, family, and friends will be delighted by the Toyota Tundra and Nissan TITAN. Whether you’re in the driver’s seat or are the co-pilot for the trip, you can stretch out and get comfortable with over 41 inches of front legroom in both trucks.
While the TITAN and Tundra come with standard 8-inch touchscreen displays, the Toyota Tundra can be upgraded to have a massive 14-inch touchscreen. Along with the larger screen size, this upgrade also comes with a 12-speaker JBL® Premium Audio system. With its QuantumLogic® Surround technology, you’ll be fully immersed with your favorite playlists and podcasts on your next adventure.
As for the Nissan TITAN, its largest display only comes to nine total inches, which may make it more challenging to use. You can also receive an optional 12-speaker sound system, but it doesn’t come with the same high-end technology as the premium sound system in the Tundra.
There are several shared safety features between the Tundra and TITAN, such as advanced airbags and the Tire Pressure Monitor System. However, the Toyota Tundra comes with Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5, a standard package of intuitive safety systems.
Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5 includes:
The Nissan TITAN also comes with many similar safety systems, such as Intelligent Forward Collision Warning. To have Nissan’s Intelligent Cruise Control and Traffic Sign Recognition at your side, you’ll need to upgrade to a higher trim in the TITAN. Meanwhile, the Tundra comes standard with their versions of these safety systems: Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control and Road Sign Assist.
With its riveting performance, advanced infotainment system, and smart safety suite, the 2022 Toyota Tundra is a force to be reckoned with. Our team at Cecil Atkission Toyota believes it’s an ideal partner for the roads around Orange, Texas.
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