Nissan is known for having some of the best values in the truck world. That includes the mid-size Frontier and the full-size Titan.

So, which one of these trucks is best for your daily needs? Let's take a look at both vehicles and compare their differences.

Standard Power and Performance

The 2020 Nissan Titan comes standard in the Saco area with a 5.6-liter V8 engine that gives you up to 400 horsepower. This allows you to take the Titan from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 7.4 seconds. The 5.6-liter V8 has an EPA-estimated highway fuel economy rating of 22 MPG.

The 2020 Nissan Frontier comes standard with a 3.8-liter inline V6 engine that gives Wells drivers up to 310 horsepower. The highway fuel economy of the Frontier is rated at an EPA-estimated 27 MPG. Overall, the Titan gives you more standard power while the Frontier offers faster acceleration and better fuel economy.


The 2020 Titan has a max tow rating of 9,400 pounds with a max payload capacity of 1,696 pounds. The 2020 Frontier has a max tow rating of 6,500 pounds with a max payload capacity of 1,505 pounds. Overall, the full-size Titan offers more max towing capacity and max payload capacity.


When it comes to exterior style, the Nissan Titan offers Somersworth drivers a bigger and bolder look thanks to its imposing front grille, large wheels and overall larger size. The Nissan Frontier features a sleeker overall design with chrome accents on the front grille, smaller wheels and bulging side wheel well haunches.

The Verdict

Overall, the Nissan Titan is a great choice for those who need top towing and power. For those who are looking for fuel efficiency and excellent payload capacity, the Nissan Frontier is a top choice.

If you are interested in test driving either the 2020 Nissan Titan or the 2020 Nissan Frontier, then take a test drive at Marc Motors Nissan in the Portsmouth, NH area today. Be sure to ask if there are any dealer incentives available for either truck.

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