Pros: Trailer towing capacity; the 4-door Crew Cab is available with a 7-foot cargo bed, longest of any half-ton crew-cab pickup truck
Cons: There’s no regular cab (yet); just one (rather thirsty) powertrain; a limited number of trim levels and features relative to the competition, and the only 4-wheel-drive offered is an inconvenient part-time system
CG Says: Titan’s niche in the market is rather small given that it doesn’t have nearly the depth and breadth of drivetrain, body, and equipment configurations as its Ford, General Motors, Ram, or even Toyota counterparts do. That would be fine if it drove, handled, or was screwed together as well as its rivals, but it’s not. This is not a bad truck by any means, but Titan simply feels a step behind the competition. It’s priced aggressively, though. If Titan ticks your boxes, and you can get one at a knockdown price, give it a look.