THE RESULTS ARE IN.
THE 2017 NISSAN TITAN HAS BETTER 0-60 MPH ACCELERATION, HANDLING, AND BRAKING THAN THE 2016 FORD F-150.*


Titan Vs. F-150 Head-to-Head

Model2017 Nissan Titan 5.6-Liter V8 SV 4WD Crew Cab2016 Ford F-150 4x4 SuperCrew 5.0L V8 Lariat 145" WB
Engine5.6L DOHC V85.0L DOHC V8
Horsepower390 hp @ 5800 rpm385 hp @ 5750 rpm
Torque394 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm387 lb-ft @ 3850 rpm
Transmission / Drivetrain7-speed automatic / 4WD6-speed automatic / 4WD
TireGeneral Grabber HTSGoodyear Wrangler Fortitude HT
Traction / Stability ControlOnOn
Weight (lbs.)5,8325,204
Price as tested (USD)$46,385$53,655
Vehicle HighlightsComfort and convenience package, tow convenience package, utility package, leather packagePro trailer backup assist, trailer tow package, integrated trailer brake controller
Warranty5 years / 100,000 miles*3 years / 36,000 miles

AMCI CERTIFIED TESTING

AMCI Testing is an independent automotive research firm that specializes in unbiased, comparative evaluations of cars and trucks. For nearly 30 years, AMCI Testing has been evaluating, testing, and critiquing up to 150 vehicles a year at their facilities in southern California and Europe.

Brake Test

Better overall braking performance - unloaded or while towing - than Ford F-150 V8*

AMCI Testing hooked up 8,900 lb. trailers to both the TITAN and the F-150 and had both trucks accelerate up to 60 MPH and then stop as quickly as possible. The TITAN stopped in 198 feet. It took the F-150 V8 225 feet to come to a complete halt.

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Winner
2017 Nissan
Titan®
2016 Ford F-150

Acceleration Test

Better 0-60 and 1/4 Mile Acceleration Than The F-150 V8*

AMCI Testing timed both trucks from a dead stop to 60 MPH and to a ¼ mile. After 36 runs down the track, TITAN consistently made it to 60 MPH quicker, and finished the ¼ mile faster than the Ford F-150.

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Winner
2017 Nissan
Titan®
2016 Ford F-150

Cornering Test

Better Cornering Than Ford F-150 V8*

AMCI Testing put both trucks through their 180 degree Corner course and drove them at the highest possible speed. This test represents the maximum g-force capability of each vehicle while cornering in both wet and dry conditions.

Winner
2017 Nissan
Titan®
2016 Ford F-150

Handling Test

Better Evasive Action Performance - On Wet or Dry Pavement - Than Ford F-150 V8*

AMCI Testing put the TITAN and the F-150 V8 through their challenging Evasive Action Double Lane change maneuver, which simulates an emergency caused by an obstacle in the roadway. Titan was able to tackle this situation at higher speed - and therefore with a greater margin of safety - than F-150 in both wet and dry conditions.

Winner
2017 Nissan
Titan®
2016 Ford F-150

JUST BETTER.

BUILD & PRICE
Nissan Titan vs Ford F-150