The Nissan Titan is a full-size pick up truck providing a spacious interior and plenty of room for cargo. Currently, the Titan is only available in half-ton model, although it is available in king cab and crew cab with the king cab having either short box (6.5’) or long box (8’) length, while the crew cab’s box measures a foot less in either standard. The king cab has wide swing rear doors, while the crew cab has four traditional doors.
The Nissan Titan is available in three trim packages – the XE, the SE, and the luxury model LE. The power train on the Nissan Titan is a 5.6 liter V8 connected to a five speed automatic transmission – 305 @ 5200 HP and 385 @ 3400 pound feet torque. The starting price of the Nissan Titan is $37,430.00 and is available in 4 x 2 or 4 x 4 wheel drive.
The Nissan Titan was selected the winner in Edmund’s Editor’s Most Wanted Awards in the category of full size pickup. They found the Titan to have advantages in cabin comfort, cargo utility, handling and performance, and engine power.
Some of the features found on the Nissan Titan, 5.6 liter base model, include front engine front wheel drive, vented front disc brakes, rear disc brakes, anti-lock braking system (ABS), electronic brake distribution (EBD), locking tailgate and cargo bed light, privacy sliding rear window, front and rear splash guards, 18” steel wheels, full-size spare tire, tire pressure monitoring system, air conditioning, cruise control, speed sensitive variable intermittent flat-blade wipers, 12 volt DC power outlets (2) and retained accessory power, seating for five, 60/40 split fold down rear seatbacks (sedan with lock), rear fold down centre armrest, am/fm/cd audio system with single cd player, Nissan advanced airbag system (AABS) with dual stage supplemental front airbags with seat belt sensors, driver and front passenger seat mounted side impact bags, roof mounted curtain airbag, front seat belts with pre-tensioners and load limiters, active front-seat head restraints, and immobilizer key system.
So, whether you need a truck for down on the farm, or you just need a simple work horse to clear yard debris, the Nissan Titan is the best choice. To learn more, visit your local dealer. You will be glad you did!
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