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Good," frontal offset; "acceptable," rear crash protectionIIHS »
Five stars, driver side front impact; four stars, passenger side front impact; three stars (4WD) and four stars (2WD), rollover resistanceNHTSA »
SAFETY | 7 out of 10
Good," frontal offset; "acceptable," rear crash protection
Five stars, driver side front impact; four stars, passenger side front impact; three stars (4WD) and four stars (2WD), rollover resistance
A full range of airbags is available on the 2010 Titan, along with anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control. The Titan gets "good" crash-test ratings in frontal tests from the IIHS, but achieves only a "marginal" rating in side impact and an "acceptable" rating in rear impact; additionally, it gets four- and five-star frontal ratings from the federal government.
With its high stance, the Titan offers generally good visibility, provided you're looking ahead or to the side. ConsumerGuide points out, "Most controls are generously sized and close to the driver, but they're not always easy to see." Kelley Blue Book notes that "drivers over six feet [tall] may find themselves staring out through the windshield's tint band."
The 2010 Nissan Titan has good occupant protection, but side airbags and stability control are still optional, whereas they're standard on other trucks.