What is the Best New or Used Nissan Truck for you? | Charlie Clark Nissan Harlingen Blog

Whether you’re searching for a standard truck for hauling or a model that can tow some of the biggest loads around, you’ll find what you need at Charlie Clark Nissan in Harlingen, TX, your local Nissan dealership. Nissan currently has three different models of trucks to choose from, the Frontier, the Titan, and the Titan XD. Nissan makes some of the best and most reliable trucks on the market, combining the best elements of practicality, performance, and comfort. So, the question is, which one of these three should you choose? Check out the comparison below to help you determine which Nissan Truck is right for you.


Unveiled in February 2021 for the 2022 model year, the all-new Nissan Frontier is a third-generation model dedicated to the North American market. A naturally aspirated 3.8-liter V-6 delivers 310 horsepower and 281lb-ft of torque through a 9-speed automatic transmission. The rugged and powerful 2022 Frontier can pull a maximum of 6,720 pounds and has a maximum payload of 1,450 pounds. The 2022 Nissan Frontier is a capable and dependable companion that performs admirably both on-road or off-road with standard and available best-in-class connectivity and safety features.


Next in the line-up is the Titan. Offered in 5 different trim levels, the Titan is larger than the Frontier, which means more power, more cargo space, and more towing capacity. Powered by a potent 5.6-liter V-8 engine that produces 400 horsepower and 413lb-ft of torque, the Titan produces more power than any competitor’s base V-8. You can get the Titan in either 4x2 or 4x4, with a payload of up to 1,690lbs and a tow capacity of up to 9,660 pounds. An 8-inch infotainment screen is featured in the cabin which supports Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and two USB ports. The Titan is more expensive than the Frontier starting at $36,190. With its extra comfortable seats, safety features, and very attractive warranties, the 2022 Nissan Titan is a solid truck to have.

Titan XD

The biggest of all the Nissan pickups is the Titan XD, a full-sized heavy-duty truck that is offered in 5 different trim levels. This beast is built on a heavy-duty chassis and is powered by a 5.6-liter V-8 engine that produces 400 horsepower and 413lb-ft of torque. Working through a 9-speed automatic transmission, the XD is 900 pounds heavier than the regular Titan, which helps give it a maximum towing rating of 10,880 pounds for a bumper-pull trailer or 11,040 pounds for a gooseneck* (gooseneck hitch not available on the Titan XD-S Crew Cab 4x4). It can carry a maximum payload of nearly 2,400 pounds in the truck bed. In addition to the attractive warranty coverage, it also parades several high-tech tricks that ensure safe and comfortable rides. The XD is perfect for you if you need a heavy-duty work truck that specializes in getting things done, but also keeping you comfortable while doing it.

Finding the Perfect Fit in a Nissan Truck

Choosing your Nissan truck will depend on how you want to use it. If you want a capable pickup with plenty of features and an affordable price, you may prefer the Nissan Frontier. If your job or hobbies call for that extra bit of V-8 muscle, consider upgrading to the larger Nissan Titan or Titan XD. The only way to know for sure which truck is right for you is to get behind the wheel of each at Charlie Clark Nissan in Harlingen, TX. We have an extensive inventory of Nissan Titans and Nissan Frontiers. Come by and drive one home today!

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Take a Road Trip in a Nissan Sentra Compact Sedan and Learn Why It’s a Great Car | Charlie Clark Nissan Harlingen Blog

Are you ready to upgrade your current car and get behind the wheel of something new? If you’re in the market for a compact sedan, then it’s time to consider the 2022 Nissan Sentra. It’s stylish, it’s efficient, and it offers everything you need for your road trips, your business trips, or your trips to and from the grocery store.

Reliable: Nissan Sentra is as Reliable as Old Faithful

Taking a trip to see the “Old Faithful” geyser in Yellowstone National Park? Can your car handle the long road trip? Not to worry with the 2022 Nissan Sentra! When it comes to reliability rankings, the Sentra consistently ranks high. J.D. Power and Associates has ranked the 2022 Sentra in the top 10 among other sedans. The Sentra also costs less to own, drive, and maintain compared to other models in its class. Not only does it need repairs less frequently, but its most common problems are usually average in terms of severity.

Less Stop and More Go: Sentra’s Built-In Fuel Efficiency

Spend less time at the fuel pump with the 2022 Sentra with several built-in features to aid in getting the most mileage out of a tank of fuel. Active grille shutters on the front of the car control airflow for different speeds travelled ensure optimal fuel economy at all times. Inside the cabin, the driver can customize the eco-mode settings of the vehicle which will allow you to dial in optimal efficiency on every trip. Lastly, for those that count every mile per gallon, a built-in fuel economy screen allows you to see live numbers and reset averages to help become a more efficient driver. With 39 highway MPG, you can concentrate more on your daily tasks without worrying about fueling up.

Over-Packers, Worry No More: Surprising Space Available

The 2022 Sentra can fit a surprisingly large amount of cargo into its intelligently designed interior. The Nissan Sentra might be a compact sedan, but up to 96.0 cubic feet of passenger space helps ensure even taller drivers and passengers can stretch out and get comfortable. Cargo space is no less impressive. You’ll find up to 14.3 cubic feet in the trunk alone, and 60/40-split fold-down rear seatbacks give you the flexibility to fold all or part of the rear row when you need to transport large items. You’ll have plenty of room to take everything you need, and then some, for that much-needed vacation with the family.

Driving Like a Pro: Nissan Sentra’s Handling and Dynamic Drive Technologies

Sculpted to give the driver a sports-car feel, the lower, wider Sentra has perfect proportions. There's a dual-pinion electric power steering system and independent rear multi-link suspension, filtering out harsh, jarring impacts without filtering out the joy of driving. Dynamic drive technologies handle the bumps, curves, and hills – technologies such as intelligent engine braking, intelligent trace control (for handling sharp curves and tight turns), active ride control (applying torque or brakes to ride smoothly), and hill start assist (to ensure the vehicle never rolls backwards when starting on an incline). Try to drive it without smiling, we dare you!

Get Your Hands On the Steering Wheel of a Sentra Today

Between the expansive online offering of cars, inbound units, and an extensive dealer network, we are confident that we can get you behind the wheel of the perfect Nissan Sentra for you! Come to Charlie Clark Nissan in Harlingen, TX for the best deals, the best service, and the best selection.

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