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Nissan Titan King Cab 2017: американская «мечта» по-японски

Nissan Titan King Cab 2017: американская «мечта» по-японски

Обзор Nissan Titan King Cab 2017: внешний вид модели, салон, технические характеристики, системы безопасности, цены и комплектации. Фотографии и тест-драйв Ниссан Титан King Cab 2017 года.

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  • Внешний вид
  • Салон
  • Характеристики Nissan Titan King Cab 2017
  • Системы безопасности
  • Стоимость и комплектации Ниссан Титан King Cab 2017 года
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Из года в год Детройтский автосалон выступает главной ареной для презентации огромных пикапов, и 2015 год не стал исключением — именно в этом году японский автоконцерн Nissan впервые продемонстрировал вторую генерацию внедорожного «грузовичка» Titan, рассчитанного на североамериканский рынок.

В сравнении с предшественником, автомобиль изменился до неузнаваемости, получив не только новую внешность, увеличенные габариты и более презентабельный и современный салон, но и ряд технических доработок.

С помощью Nissan Titan производитель намерен составить конкуренцию бестселлерам североамериканского рынка в лице Ford F-150 и Chevrolet Silverado, а также GMC Sierra или Тойота Тундра. Забегая наперёд, отдадим должное японским инженерам и дизайнерам, которым удалось создать действительно мощный, брутальный и тяговитый пикап, способный без особого труда выполнить роль небольшого грузовичка.

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Gallery: 2017 Nissan Titan King Cab: Chicago 2017

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Nissan adds new King Cab body style to complete lineup of award winning TITAN and TITAN XD models

— New King Cab body added to previous Crew Cab and Single Cab configurations – on sale spring 2017
— King Cab available for both TITAN half-ton and TITAN XD with 6.5-foot bed length
— Retains rear hinge door design with wide-opening feature for easy access to 2nd row
— Offered in S, SV and PRO-4X trim levels, available with first-in-segment “rear seat delete” for extra utility, fully flat load floor and secure storage space
— Like all 2017 TITAN and TITAN XD models, new King Cab backed by America’s Best Truck 100,000-mile / 5-year Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty1

CHICAGO (Feb. 9, 2017) – Nissan today revealed the new 2017 TITAN and TITAN XD King Cab models, completing the lineup of innovative new full-size pickups. The world debut announcement came during a media event at the Chicago Auto Show. Also on display at the show, which runs at Chicago’s McCormick Place from February 11-20, are a specially built Nissan NV Cargo X and two specially modified TITAN PRO-4X models.

The new King Cab is marked by its available 6-person seating, wide-opening rear doors and available “rear seat delete” option that is ideal for commercial use with its flat floor and secure in-cab storage space.

“The launch of the new King Cab body is the last step in a journey that began in December 2015 with the debut of the breakthrough TITAN XD, which continues to carve out a unique white space between competitors’ heavy-duty and half-ton trucks,” said Fred Diaz, division vice president and general manager, North America Trucks and Light Commercial Vehicles, Nissan North America, Inc. “Now, with the addition of a half-ton TITAN, our new Endurance® V8, three body configurations, three bed lengths and a range of grade levels and equipment packages, we’re covering nearly every segment in the personal and commercial full-size truck markets. Add to that the industry’s best 5-year/100,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty and the TITAN family is even more compelling.”

The TITAN King Cab will be offered in 4×4 and 4×2 drive and three grade levels – S, SV and PRO-4X – each with a standard 390-horsepower 5.6-liter Endurance® V8 engine and 7- speed automatic transmission. TITAN King Cab offers an available maximum towing capacity of 9,420 pounds and maximum payload capacity of 1,640 pounds when properly equipped.

The TITAN XD King Cab similarly will be available in 4×4 and 4×2 drive and three grade levels – S, SV and PRO-4X. Two driveline choices are offered with the TITAN XD King Cab: the 390-horsepower 5.6-liter Endurance® V8 engine with 7-speed automatic or powerful Cummins® 5.0L V8 Turbo Diesel – rated at 310 horsepower and a hefty 555 lb-ft of torque – matched with a heavy-duty 6-speed Aisin A466ND automatic transmission. TITAN XD King Cab offers an available maximum towing capacity of 12,510 pounds (diesel engine) and maximum payload capacity of 2,710 pounds (gas engine) when properly equipped.

Like the TITAN and TITAN XD Crew Cab and Single Cab models, the new King Cab body was designed by Nissan Design America in San Diego, California. The body features a roomy cab with a choice of front split bench seat or front bucket seats (standard on PRO-4X, optional on SV grade). A 60/40-split fold-down rear seat is also standard. Heated front seats are available with PRO-4X and SV grade, along with optional heated and cooled front seats on PRO-4X.

The new King Cab also offers a first-in-segment “rear seat delete” option, which removes the rear seat, rear heater duct and rear roof-mounted assist grips and adds a flat rear load floor and rear wall finisher with tie-down hooks.

“This feature is going to be extremely well received by commercial truck buyers for its extra utility and secure, climate-safe storage space inside the cab. It’s a real workhorse like the new Single Cab, but with more flexibility to stow equipment and other valuables,” said Diaz. “Nissan is becoming a strong player in the commercial vehicle market with our NV vans and industry leading warranty. Now, with the new King Cab and Single Cab models, we expect to grow our worksite presence with TITAN and TITAN XD as well.”

As part of the American TITAN lineup, the new King Cab was developed with core Nissan planning, design, engineering and manufacturing teams contributing from Tennessee, California, Michigan, Arizona and Mississippi. The TITAN and TITAN XD King Cabs are assembled in Canton, Mississippi, with its V8 engines assembled in Decherd, Tennessee and Cummins diesel engines assembled in Columbus, Indiana.

All 2017 TITAN and TITAN XD models are covered by Nissan’s “America’s Best Truck Warranty”1 – featuring bumper-to-bumper coverage of 5-years/100,000-miles, whichever comes first. Vehicles covered by the new warranty, which includes basic and powertrain coverage, include all V8 gasoline and diesel powered models.

The 2017 TITAN half-ton was named “2017 Pickup Truck of the Year” by Truck Trend magazine. The award represents “a real-world evaluation of pickups as seen through the eyes of truck experts and enthusiasts,” according to the magazine. In addition to the TRUCK TREND 2017 Pickup Truck of the Year title, 2017 TITAN models were recently named “Full-size Truck of Texas,” “Commercial Vehicle of Texas” and “Best Value” by the Texas Auto Writers Association (TAWA), and given an “Extreme Off-Road” title by journalists participating in the Active Lifestyle Vehicle Awards (ALV).

The Nissan Titan pickup truck enters its second generation as an all-new model for 2017. Long an also-ran among far better-selling rivals like the Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado and even the Toyota Tundra, the Titan has a multi-point plan to better compete this time around. Unlike the 1st-gen Titan, this Nissan half-ton pickup will offer a variety of configurations, from a single cab to crew cab, a V8 or V6 engine, and best-in-class warranty — five years or 100,000 miles. The 2017 Titan also offers helpful features for securing cargo, a damped tailgate and the PRO-4X off-road model. Still, the Titan faces an uphill battle against ever-fresher rivals and, warranty aside, struggles to stand out in any one major area.

With Nissan’s 5.6-liter V8 Endurance engine humming under the hood, the 2017 Titan pickup truck feels powerful, while the added insulation and the cabin’s laminated side glass help make this Nissan truck remarkably quiet. When you put your foot into it, the V8 does bellow a satisfying roar, and the Titan’s standard 7-speed automatic transmission smoothly ticks through gears. Those are among the new Titan’s best traits. But compared to other full-size trucks, the Titan can feel cumbersome. Steering effort is high in low-speed settings such as parking lots, and the truck in general tends to feel even bigger than it is in smaller confines. In our time using the Titan as an actual truck for duties like hauling grain or towing a car, the V8 Nissan Titan certainly didn’t protest, but it didn’t feel as effortless as an F-150 equipped with a twin-turbocharged V6.

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DAMPED TAILGATE
Standard on all 2017 Titan trucks, this feature gently and slowly lowers the tailgate rather than letting it just slam down. Conversely, it’s also remarkably easy to lift back into place, too.

WARRANTY
At five years/100,000 miles, the 2017 Nissan Titan easily offers the best warranty among pickup trucks. Those numbers beat its rivals by two years or 64,000 miles, and could help sway individuals and business owners alike.

Initially, all 2017 Titan models are 2-row, crew-cab configurations. Lower trims can seat up to six passengers thanks to a 40/20/40-split front bench, but most buyers will opt for a pair of front bucket seats, lowering total capacity to five. Interior materials and amenities range from a cloth-and-vinyl basic work truck to the plushness of a luxury car. The top-line Platinum Reserve Titan, for instance, features supple leather, heated and ventilated front seats and open-pore wood finishes. The 60/40-split rear seats can be flipped up to create a secure, wide and tall space in the rear of the cab.

If the all-new Titan seems bigger, bolder and brasher, your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you. From the honeycombed grille to the headlight housings and mirrors, everything seems to have gone up a size — or three. It should be obvious that the Titan is a substantial rig. The half-ton Titan is 228.1 inches long — which is still over a foot shorter than the Titan XD that is built on a different, more robust chassis. The initial crew-cab models feature a standard 5.5-foot bed. When single-cab and king-cab variants join the lineup, 6.5- and 8-foot beds will also be available.

The 2017 Nissan Titan half-ton truck is available in five trims: S, SV, PRO-4X, SL and Platinum Reserve. The least expensive S version is pretty basic but does include cruise control, air conditioning, power windows, manual sliding rear window and a 6-speaker audio system with 5-inch display with Bluetooth connectivity and USB input. Most buyers would do well to step up a trim or two. SV versions provide the option for front bucket seats, which also allow for height adjustment. They also include trailer-sway control, power-adjust mirrors, upgraded cloth interior, SiriusXM satellite radio and chrome accents.

Keep moving up trims and you can get a leather interior, climate-controlled front seats, safety features like blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, upgraded 7-inch infotainment system with navigation, Rockford Fosgate premium audio system, sonar-based front and rear parking assist, and the helpful AroundView bird’s-eye-camera system. Off-road enthusiasts might dig the PRO-4X model that includes Bilstein shocks, all-terrain off-road tires, electronic locking rear differential and skidplates.

For now, just one engine is available in the Nissan Titan — a stout 5.6-liter gasoline V8. (A V6 is set to join the lineup later. If you want a diesel Titan, you’ll have to step up to the Titan XD, which offers a 5.0-liter Cummins V8). This big V8 is connected to a 7-speed automatic transmission and can be had in standard rear-wheel drive (2WD) or 4-wheel drive (4WD). The engine makes a hearty 390 horsepower, but beware of its thirst. Titan 4×2 models are rated to tow up to 9,390 pounds, while 4-wheel-drive versions max out at 9,230 pounds.

5.6-liter V8
390 horsepower @ 5,800 rpm
394 lb-ft of torque @ 4,000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 15/21 mpg (2WD & 4WD), 15/20 mpg (PRO-4X)

Note: Due to changes in EPA testing to more effectively reflect real-world conditions, some 2017 models show slightly lower fuel-economy scores than their 2016 versions.

Small overlap front: driver-side

Rating applies to 2017-19 models built after August 2017

Tested vehicle: 2017 Nissan Titan SV Crew Cab 2wd

The Nissan Titan Crew Cab (light duty pickup with gasoline engine) was redesigned for the 2017 model year after a one-year absence from the market. Beginning with 2017 models built after August 2017, the front-end structure was modified to improve occupant protection in small overlap crashes. (Information about when a specific vehicle was manufactured is on the certification label typically affixed to the car on the driver door or adjacent B-pillar.)

Action shot taken during the driver-side small overlap frontal crash test of the 2017 Nissan Titan built after August 2017.

The dummy’s position in relation to the door frame, steering wheel, and instrument panel after the crash test indicates that the driver’s survival space was maintained well.

The frontal and side curtain airbags worked well together to keep the head from coming close to any stiff structure or outside objects that could cause injury.

Forces on the left lower leg were high enough to indicate moderate risk of injury.

Measures of occupant compartment intrusion on driver side

Test IDCEN1724
Lower occupant compartment
Lower hinge pillar max (cm)17
Footrest (cm)14
Left toepan (cm)7
Brake pedal (cm)9
Parking brake (cm)15
Rocker panel lateral average (cm)5
Upper occupant compartment
Steering column3
Upper hinge pillar max (cm)7
Upper dash (cm)7
Lower instrument panel (cm)7

Driver injury measures

Test IDCEN1724
Head
HIC-15104
Peak gs at hard contactno contact
Neck
Tension (kN)1.1
Extension bending moment (Nm)13
Maximum Nij0.38
Chest maximum compression (mm)24
Femur (kN)
Left0.6
Right0.8
Knee displacement (mm)
Left1
Right2
Knee-thigh-hip injury risk (%)
Left
Right
Maximum tibia index
Left0.00
Right0.48
Tibia axial force (kN)
Left0.0
Right0.6
Foot acceleration (g)
Left72
Right40

Rating applies to 2017 models built before September 2017

Tested vehicle: 2017 Nissan Titan SV Crew Cab 2wd

The Nissan Titan Crew Cab (light duty pickup with gasoline engine) was redesigned for the 2017 model year after a one-year absence from the market.

Action shot taken during the driver-side small overlap frontal crash test of the 2017 Nissan Titan built before September 2017.

The dummy’s position in relation to the door frame, steering wheel, and instrument panel after the crash test indicates that the driver’s survival space was not maintained well.

The frontal and side curtain airbags worked well together to keep the head from coming close to any stiff structure or outside objects that could cause injury.

Intrusion of the door hinge pillar, instrument panel (see inset), and parking brake pedal contributed to a likely risk of injury to the left lower leg, a significant risk to the right lower leg, and a moderate risk to the left foot.

Measures of occupant compartment intrusion on driver side

Test IDCEN1636
Lower occupant compartment
Lower hinge pillar max (cm)27
Footrest (cm)19
Left toepan (cm)12
Brake pedal (cm)20
Parking brake (cm)21
Rocker panel lateral average (cm)4
Upper occupant compartment
Steering column9
Upper hinge pillar max (cm)19
Upper dash (cm)17
Lower instrument panel (cm)16

Driver injury measures

Test IDCEN1636
Head
HIC-1540
Peak gs at hard contactno contact
Neck
Tension (kN)0.8
Extension bending moment (Nm)8
Maximum Nij0.18
Chest maximum compression (mm)26
Femur (kN)
Left3.5
Right2.2
Knee displacement (mm)
Left6
Right8
Knee-thigh-hip injury risk (%)
Left1
Right
Maximum tibia index
Left2.13
Right1.08
Tibia axial force (kN)
Left5.9
Right0.6
Foot acceleration (g)
Left172
Right102

The new 2017 Nissan Titan XD, which is significantly different than the standard 2017 Titan, straddles the line between half-ton pickup trucks like the full-size Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Silverado, and the three-quarter-ton F-250 and Ram Heavy Duty 2500. Although they look nearly identical, the XD has a more robust frame than the half-ton Titan and offers a 5.0-liter V8 Cummins turbodiesel engine, which makes towing and hauling feel nearly effortless as well as increases fuel economy and range. Truck buyers who need to tow more than 12,300 pounds or carry more than 2,500 pounds of payload should look to a true heavy-duty, but those who are near the limits of a full-size truck’s capacity should consider stepping up to the Titan XD.

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Forget any preconceived notions you may have of a large diesel truck. The 2017 Nissan Titan XD isn’t noisy or uncomfortable. In fact, it’s downright luxurious. There’s a reason Texans simply call big trucks like this “limousines.” You’re sitting in a quiet cabin with heated quilted leather seats while enjoying the truck’s smooth ride. You can’t even hear the Cummins turbodiesel unless you lower a window. The new XD does feel big at first, but you quickly get used to it. With 310 horsepower and 555 lb-ft of torque the Cummins makes acceleration decisive and linear, feeling more like a steady burn than a rocket launch. The Titan XD is much faster off the line than you would expect, however, and the Cummins V8 is plenty of engine for this 7,000-pound beast. Towing 9,500 pounds and hauling significant payload were easy tasks for our test vehicle.

CUMMINS TURBODIESEL V8
Torque makes diesel engines so desirable, and the 555 lb-ft of torque from the Titan XD’s Cummins go to good use. That power provides the new Titan XD with locomotive levels of thrust as well as better fuel economy and improved range over its naturally aspirated, gasoline-burning V8.

AROUND VIEW MONITOR
This feature is invaluable when parking a Titan XD. But it’s also helpful out on the trail where it can be used as you drive to see low obstacles, and when you’re hooking up a trailer, that camera system can help if you’re working without a spotter.

Nissan’s new Titan XD brings together a tough, rugged design with available features that will please the most spoiled truck buyer. The top-of-the-line Platinum Reserve trim level gets you the best of the best, with debossed heated and cooled leather seats, open-pore wood accents and aluminum doorsill plates. The most attractive layout uses wood as an accent alongside very comfortable black-and-cocoa-brown 2-tone seats, dash and door panels. Our living room is jealous. Features like hands-free text messaging, navigation, NissanConnect with mobile apps, Bluetooth, and a 110-volt power outlet enhance everything from the daily drive to a cross-country road trip.

A huge design departure from the previous Titan, some have criticized the 2017 Titan XD’s styling for looking too much like existing trucks, especially the best-selling Ford F-Series. Whatever, it sure looks tough and it draws a crowd. Some of the design was defined by necessity: For example, the front overhang was extended to accommodate the Cummins turbodiesel grille, charged air cooler and two batteries, and Nissan engineers prioritized aerodynamics in an attempt to maximize fuel economy. Most models come standard with an integrated gooseneck hitch; there’s also a useful Utili-track bed-channel system plus watertight Titan Box storage boxes.

Standard on every new 2017 Titan XD is a segment-leading 5-year/100,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty. Hill-start assist also comes standard, as do aluminum step rails, 17-inch steel wheels and a removable, lockable tailgate. Six-passenger seating is offered only in the base model S; all others seat five. A hands-free, text-messaging assistant, 6-speaker stereo and USB ports come in all Titan XDs, as do steering-wheel controls, cruise control, Bluetooth, rear reading lights and NissanConnect with mobile apps. Skidplates are standard in every trim except S.

The new Titan XD comes as S, SV, PRO-4X, SL and Platinum Reserve, with two cabs, three bed lengths and 2- or 4-wheel drive (2WD, 4WD). The V8 turbodiesel is the most significant option. Other options include 20-inch wheels, spray-in bedliner, integrated gooseneck hitch and trailer-sway control (both standard on all but the S), a 110-volt outlet in the truck bed and trailer-brake controller. Extendable, heated auto-dimming tow mirrors are also offered. Inside, Titan XD buyers can opt for heated/cooled leather power seats, 7-inch color touch screen, 12-speaker audio, satellite radio, navigation, Siri Eyes Free and a DVD entertainment system.

There are two engines offered in the Titan XD, a standard 390-horsepower 5.6-liter double-overhead-cam V8 with direct injection. It’s paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission. Optional is the big-dog Cummins turbodiesel that displaces 5.0 liters and makes 310 horsepower and 555 lb-ft of torque. It’s backed by a robust 6-speed automatic that can handle that tremendous amount of torque. Since the Titan XD is a larger, heavier truck than pickups such as the Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado 1500 or Ram 1500 (the XD’s Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, or the maximum the truck can weigh, including payload, people and fluids, is more than 8,500 pounds), its fuel economy is not rated by the EPA.

5.6-liter V8
390 horsepower @ 5,800 rpm
401 lb-ft of torque @ 4,000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: Not rated

5.0-liter turbodiesel V8
310 horsepower @ 3,200 rpm
555 lb-ft of torque @ 1,600 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: Not rated

Note: Due to changes in EPA testing to more effectively reflect real-world conditions, some 2017 models show slightly lower fuel-economy scores than their 2016 versions.

The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of the Titan XD S equipped with the 5.6-liter gasoline V8 is right around $37,000. The 2WD S Crew Cab with the Cummins V8 turbodiesel starts around $42,000, and the top-of-the-line 4WD Platinum Reserve Crew Cab diesel starts at about $60,000. You can expect Single Cab models to cost less. King Cab models will be introduced in the future. For comparison, the least expensive Ford F-150 SuperCrew with the 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine and 12,100 pounds of towing capacity is about $44,000. To tow 12,000 pounds with a Chevy Silverado 1500 Crew Cab costs at least $47,000. On the other end of the spectrum, an F-250 Crew Cab with the turbodiesel V8 and 14,000 pounds of towing capacity starts around $46,000. Be sure to check the Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price to see what others in your area are paying for the 2017 Nissan Titan XD.

The 2017 Nissan TITAN: Let’s Trim It Down to the Basics

Since many of the trims come with either single, king, or crew cabs, we will simplify the comparison process by looking at just the crew cab options. There are five crew cab trims available: the S Crew Cab, the SV Crew Cab, the PRO-4X® Crew Cab, the SL Crew Cab, and the Platinum Reserve Crew Cab.

S Crew Cab

The S Crew Cab is the standard trim for the 2017 Nissan TITAN. But it still has a lot to offer. Some of the 2017 Nissan TITAN’s standard features include:

  • 360 horsepower and 394 lb.-ft. of torque
  • Hill start assist
  • NissanConnect®
  • Hands-free text messaging assistant
  • Bluetooth® hands-free phone system
  • 9.6” minimum ground clearance at rear axle
  • Seating capacity for 6 people

It can also tow a maximum of 9,400 pounds and has a maximum payload capacity of 1,610 pounds .

SV Crew Cab

The SV Crew Cab offers 9,290 pounds maximum towing capacity and 1,620 pounds maximum payload capacity . It also provides these standard features:

  • All-season tires
  • Trailer sway control

PRO-4X® Crew Cab

The PRO-4X® delivers 9,110 pounds maximum towing capacity and 1,490 pounds maximum payload capacity . This trim offers a slew of off-roading features, including:

  • Hill descent control
  • Electronic locking rear differential
  • Bilstein® off-road performance shocks
  • 18” x 8” dark finished aluminum-alloy wheels
  • All-terrain off-road tires
  • Skid plates

It’s easy to see why the 2017 Nissan TITAN PRO-4X® won Car-spondent’s Extreme Off-Road Active Lifestyle Vehicle of the Year .

SL Crew Cab

This trim’s towing capacity caps at 9,260 pounds , and its maximum payload capacity reaches 1,400 pounds. Other standard features include:

  • All-season tires
  • Running boards
  • Class IV tow hitch receiver with 4-pin/7-pin wiring harness
  • Leather-appointed seats
  • Heated front seats
  • Wood-tone trim
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Platinum Reserve Crew Cab

Go elite with this trim, which offers exclusive features such as:

  • Trailer brake controller and light check
  • AroundView® monitor
  • Climate-controlled front seats
  • Heated outboard rear seats
  • Platinum leather-appointed seats with Platinum Reserve logo
  • Heated leather-wrapped steering wheel with wood-tone insert
  • Moving object detection

The Platinum Reserve can tow up to 9,220 pounds and has a maximum payload capacity of 1,370 pounds .

King Cab

Brilliant Silver Metallic / charcoal

8 Cyl — 5.60 L

5-Speed Automatic / 4WD

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  • Features
  • Options
  • Specs
  • Warranty
  • Electronic shift-on-the-fly 4WD system
  • 4-wheel drive
  • Fuel tank skid plate
  • Oil pan skid plate
  • Front tow hooks
  • Independent double wishbone front suspension
  • Dana front axle
  • Multi-leaf rear suspension w/solid axle
  • Front stabilizer bar
  • Vehicle speed-sensitive pwr rack-&-pinion steering
  • Pwr front/rear disc brakes
  • 18″ x 8″ aluminum wheels
  • P265/70R18 all-season OWL tires
  • Full size spare tire & wheel
  • Chrome front bumper
  • Chrome rear bumper
  • Bedside & tailgate top moldings
  • Chrome grille
  • Rear privacy glass
  • Manual sliding rear window
  • Black folding pwr outside mirrors
  • Variable intermittent windshield wipers
  • Black door handles
  • Cargo area high mount lamp w/switch
  • Removable locking tailgate w/assist
  • AM/FM stereo w/6-disc in-dash CD changer, MP3/CD-ROM playback capability, aux input jack, (6) speakers
  • Premium cloth 40/20/40 front bench seat -inc: 4-way manual adjusters, manual driver lumbar support, flip-down center armrest w/storage, active head restraints
  • 60/40 flip-up rear bench seat
  • Full floor carpeting
  • Manual tilt steering column
  • Driver info center w/outside temp display
  • Pwr windows -inc: auto up/down, safety reverse
  • Pwr door locks w/auto-locking feature, illuminated door switches
  • Cruise control w/steering wheel controls
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Security alarm system
  • Vehicle immobilizer system
  • Front air conditioning w/manual temp control
  • Manual day/night rearview mirror
  • Overhead console -inc: map lights & storage
  • Sun visors w/extenders & illuminated visor vanity mirrors
  • Front assist handles
  • 12V pwr outlets
  • Interior dome light
  • Door courtesy lamps
  • (6) cup holders & (2) bottle holders
  • (6) cup holders & (2) bottle holders
  • 4-wheel anti-lock braking system (ABS)
  • Electronic brake force distribution (EBD)
  • Vehicle dynamic control (VDC)
  • Active brake limited slip (ABLS)
  • Driver & front passenger dual-stage airbags w/occupant sensor
  • Driver & front passenger seat-mounted side-impact air bags
  • Front/rear roof-mounted curtain side-impact air bags w/rollover sensor
  • 3-point seat belts for all positions
  • Front seat belt pretensioners & load limiters
  • Lower anchors & tethers for children (LATCH)
  • Tire pressure monitoring system
  • Energy absorbing steering column
  • 6 Speakers
  • AM/FM radio
  • AM/FM/CD Audio System
  • CD player
  • Radio data system
  • Air Conditioning
  • Power steering
  • Power windows
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Speed-sensing steering
  • Traction control
  • 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
  • ABS brakes
  • Anti-whiplash front head restraints
  • Dual front impact airbags
  • Dual front side impact airbags
  • Front anti-roll bar
  • Front wheel independent suspension
  • Low tire pressure warning
  • Occupant sensing airbag
  • Overhead airbag
  • Brake assist
  • Electronic Stability Control
  • Panic alarm
  • Security system
  • Speed control
  • Bodyside moldings
  • Bumpers: chrome
  • Power door mirrors
  • Rear step bumper
  • Driver door bin
  • Driver vanity mirror
  • Front reading lights
  • Illuminated entry
  • Outside temperature display
  • Overhead console
  • Passenger vanity mirror
  • Tachometer
  • Tilt steering wheel
  • Trip computer
  • Voltmeter
  • 40/20/40 Split Bench Front Seat
  • Split folding rear seat
  • SV Style Cloth Seating Surfaces
  • Front Center Armrest w/Storage
  • Passenger door bin
  • Alloy wheels
  • Speed-Sensitive Wipers
  • Variably intermittent wipers
  • 2.937 Axle Ratio
  • Fuel Economy Est-Combined (MPG): 14
  • EPA Fuel Economy Est — City (MPG): 12
  • EPA Fuel Economy Est — Hwy (MPG): 17
  • Cold Cranking Amps @ 0° F (Primary): 650
  • Maximum Alternator Capacity (amps): 130
  • Maximum Alternator Watts: — TBD —
  • Total Cooling System Capacity (qts): 12.8
  • Gross Axle Wt Rating — Front (lbs): 3849
  • Gross Axle Wt Rating — Rear (lbs): 4200
  • Curb Weight — Front (lbs): 2925
  • Curb Weight — Rear (lbs): 2206
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating Cap (lbs): 7101
  • Gross Combined Wt Rating (lbs): 15099
  • Dead Weight Hitch — Max Trailer Wt. (lbs): 5000
  • Dead Weight Hitch — Max Tongue Wt. (lbs): 500
  • Wt Distributing Hitch — Max Trailer Wt. (lbs): 9400
  • Wt Distributing Hitch — Max Tongue Wt. (lbs): 940
  • Suspension Type — Front: Double Wishbone
  • Suspension Type — Rear: Multi-Leaf
  • Spring Capacity — Front (lbs): — TBD —
  • Spring Capacity — Rear (lbs): — TBD —
  • Axle Type — Front: Dana
  • Axle Type — Rear: Dana
  • Axle Capacity — Front (lbs): — TBD —
  • Axle Capacity — Rear (lbs): — TBD —
  • Axle Ratio (:1) — Front: 2.93
  • Axle Ratio (:1) — Rear: 2.93
  • Shock Absorber Diameter — Front (mm): — TBD —
  • Shock Absorber Diameter — Rear (mm): — TBD —
  • Stabilizer Bar Diameter — Front (in): 1.34
  • Brake Type: Pwr
  • Brake ABS System: 4-Wheel
  • Disc — Front (Yes or ): Yes
  • Disc — Rear (Yes or ): Yes
  • Front Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness (in): 13.8 x 1.2
  • Rear Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness (in): 12.6 x 0.6
  • Front Tire Size: P265/70R18
  • Rear Tire Size: P265/70R18
  • Spare Tire Size: Full-Size
  • Front Tire Capacity (lbs): — TBD —
  • Rear Tire Capacity (lbs): — TBD —
  • Spare Tire Capacity (lbs): — TBD —
  • Revolutions/Mile @ 45 mph — Front: — TBD —
  • Revolutions/Mile @ 45 mph — Rear: — TBD —
  • Revolutions/Mile @ 45 mph — Spare: — TBD —
  • Front Wheel Size (in): 18 x 8.0
  • Rear Wheel Size (in): 18 x 8.0
  • Spare Wheel Size (in): 18 x 8.0
  • Front Wheel Material: Aluminum
  • Rear Wheel Material: Aluminum
  • Spare Wheel Material: Steel
  • Steering Type: Pwr Rack & Pinion
  • Steering Ratio (:1), On Center: 19.5
  • Steering Ratio (:1), At Lock: — TBD —
  • Turning Diameter — Curb to Curb (ft): 45.4
  • Turning Diameter — Wall to Wall (ft): — TBD —
  • Frame Type: Ladder
  • Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx (gal): 28.0
  • Wheelbase (in): 139.8
  • Length, Overall w/o rear bumper (in): 224.6
  • Width, Max w/o mirrors (in): 79.5
  • Height, Overall (in): 76.1
  • Overhang, Front (in): — TBD —
  • Overhang, Rear w/o bumper (in): — TBD —
  • Front Bumper to Back of Cab (in): — TBD —
  • Cab to Axle (in): — TBD —
  • Cab to End of Frame (in): — TBD —
  • Ground to Top of Load Floor (in): — TBD —
  • Ground to Top of Frame (in): — TBD —
  • Frame Width, Rear (in): — TBD —
  • Ground Clearance, Front (in): 10.2
  • Ground Clearance, Rear (in): 10.2

Cargo Area Dimensions

  • Cargo Box Length @ Floor (in): 79.1
  • Cargo Box Width @ Top, Rear (in): — TBD —
  • Cargo Box Width @ Floor (in): 63.8
  • Cargo Box Width @ Wheelhousings (in): 50.0
  • Cargo Box (Area) Height (in): 19.9
  • Tailgate Width (in): — TBD —
  • Cargo Volume (ft³): — TBD —
  • Ext’d Cab Cargo Volume (ft³): — TBD —
  • Passenger Capacity: 6
  • Front Head Room (in): 41.0
  • Front Leg Room (in): 41.8
  • Front Shoulder Room (in): 65.1
  • Front Hip Room (in): 61.3
  • Second Head Room (in): 38.9
  • Second Leg Room (in): 33.0
  • Second Shoulder Room (in): 64.9
  • Second Hip Room (in): 60.3
  • Vehicle Name: Nissan Titan
  • Body Style: King Cab
  • Body Code: 139.8″ WB
  • EPA Greenhouse Gas Score: 1
  • Tons/yr of CO2 Emissions @ 15K mi/year: 13.1
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