2022 Nissan Titan Gas Mileage vs. Other Cars

Gizmo Highlights:

Does the 2022 Nissan Titan get good gas mileage?

The fuel economy of this Titan model is:

  • Very bad compared to all other cars.
  • Very bad compared to other non-hybrid cars.
  • Terrible compared to other non-luxury cars.
  • Very bad compared to other full-size pickup trucks.
  • Decent compared to other 8-cylinder cars.

The 2022 Titan has a very bad fuel economy, with a combined gas mileage of 18 MPG (15 MPG city – 21 MPG highway). In comparison, the average car in 2022 has a gas mileage of 23.95 MPG (not including fully electric vehicles).

The 2022 Titan is 25% less fuel-efficient than the average vehicle and is in the 16th percentile of fuel economy for all cars.

  • SV 4WD (Crew Cab) – 15/21 MPG (18 MPG Combined)
  • Platinum Reserve 4WD (Crew Cab) – 15/21 MPG (18 MPG Combined)
  • S 4WD (Crew Cab) – 15/21 MPG (18 MPG Combined)
  • SV RWD (Crew Cab) – 16/21 MPG (18 MPG Combined)
  • Platinum Reserve RWD (Crew Cab) – 16/21 MPG (18 MPG Combined)
  • S RWD (Crew Cab) – 16/21 MPG (18 MPG Combined)
  • SV 4WD (King Cab) – 15/21 MPG (18 MPG Combined)
  • S 4WD (King Cab) – 15/21 MPG (18 MPG Combined)
  • S RWD (King Cab) – 16/21 MPG (18 MPG Combined)
  • SV RWD (King Cab) – 16/21 MPG (18 MPG Combined)
  • PRO-4X 4WD (Crew Cab) – 15/20 MPG (17 MPG Combined)

The 50th percentile or median gas mileage for all cars in 2022 is 23 MPG. You can generally gauge how good a car’s fuel economy is by looking at which percentile of gas mileage it falls under.

If your gas mileage is above the median, you are better than the majority. If your gas mileage falls below the 50 percentile, then most people have a better gas mileage than you.

Consider the 0-35th percentiles as bad, the 40th-60th percentiles as acceptable, and the 65th-100th percentiles as good.

Cost of Fuel

The 2022 Nissan Titan takes regular unleaded, the price of which will vary depending on where you live.

At $3.5 per gallon of regular unleaded, driving this pickup truck will cost you:

  • 1-mile trip: $0.19
  • 5-mile trip: $0.97
  • 15-mile trip: $2.92
  • 10000 miles per year: $1944.44
  • 12500 miles per year: $2430.56
  • 15000 miles per year: $2916.67

When driving 15000 miles per year, the average and median cost of fuel for all cars is $2676.92 and $2550 respectively (in 2022).

The 2022 Titan is 9% more costly to drive than the average vehicle in 2022. It is in the 66th percentile of fuel costs for all cars, meaning it’s more expensive to drive than most vehicles.


The 2022 Nissan Titan can go 468 miles on a full tank of gas.

Compared to other cars, the range of the Titan fares very well. The average range for all vehicles, in 2022, is 417 miles. Its range falls into the 77th percentile, above the median of 414 MPG.

By Vehicle Category

The 2022 Nissan Titan is classified as a full-size pickup truck. The average and median fuel economy for this segment is 18.9 MPG and 20 MPG, respectively. This puts it in the 23rd percentile of the gas mileage for full-size pickup trucks.

The 2022 Titan is a non-luxury vehicle. Non-luxury cars are, on average, 20.8% more fuel-efficient than their luxury counterparts.

The average gas mileage for non-luxury cars is 26.52 MPG.

The average pickup truck has a gas mileage of 20.13 MPG. The 2022 Titan is 10.58% less fuel-efficient than the average pickup truck.

By PowerTrain

The 2022 Nissan Titan is a gas car. This means that the car is powered by a gasoline engine, which takes gasoline as a fuel source.

The average combined gas mileage for a gas car is 22.75 MPG. At 18 MPG, the 2022 Titan is 20.88% less fuel-efficient than the average gas vehicle. It is in the 18th percentile of gas mileage for the segment, putting it below the median of 22 MPG.

The 2022 Nissan Titan is fitted with an 8-cylinder engine. The average and median fuel economy for an 8-cylinder car is 17.13 MPG and 17 MPG respectively.

Horsepower-Gas Mileage Multiple

The 2022 Nissan Titan has a gas mileage-horsepower multiple of 7200 MPG.HP. The average full-size pickup truck has an MPG-HP multiple of 6990. The higher the number, the better.

The gas mileage-horsepower multiple is an easy-to-understand indicator of how efficiently the powertrain moves the vehicle, relative to its power.

Heavier vehicles and cars with undersized engines will typically have lower scores. Sports cars and hybrids typically score higher. It’s best to compare scores with cars that are in the same vehicle category.

Vs. Other Nissan Cars

2022 Nissan cars have an average fuel economy of 26.33 MPG. The median (50th percentile) is 28 MPG. With a gas mileage of 18 MPG, the Titan is one of the brand’s less fuel-efficient vehicles in 2022.

There are 15 2022 Nissan models and trims (by per engine spec) sold in the United States. The Titan ranks 13 by fuel economy, tied with the 2022 Titan XD.

Carbon Emissions

The 2022 Titan emits 16325 pounds of carbon per year.

The average 2022 automobile, driving 15000 miles, burns roughly 13149 pounds of carbon per year.

Gizmo Score

We score the fuel economy of the 2022 Nissan Titan based on how well it fares when compared to other vehicles of its year. An average or standard score is 50.

Many factors are considered, such as the vehicle’s category, power, weight, and engine size (relative to other vehicles). For example, if a full-size pickup truck and a small sedan both do 25 MPG, the full-size pickup truck will typically have the higher score. This is because 25 MPG is considered excellent gas mileage for a pickup truck, but bad gas mileage for a small sedan.

All factors are not weighed equally, however. Most points go towards the fuel economy relative to all vehicles.

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