The Japanese automobile manufacturing company, Nissan had introduced Titan (pickup trucks) in the North American market in the year 2003. The all-new 2017 Nissan Titan attributes the same designing that is featured in Titan XD, but users will find several key differences in both these models.
2017 Nissan Titan – Exterior and Interior Design
Comparing with Titan XD, Titan shortens in its length and has a shorter area behind its headlights and ahead of a front tire. Titan is incorporated with front tow hook into the front bumper. The other recognizable difference is of its engine badge and side mirrors.Well, both these trucks look identical, Titan is incorporated with the half-ton-style frame.
The 2017 Nissan Titan incorporates the same interior design that Titan XD takes, but the difference of low-counting tachometer highlights the model of the vehicle. In addition, Nissan Titan includes many alluring features that include Nissan’s 3600 camera system, folding rear bench, Zero Gravity front seats and a number of trims to choose from.
Titan also comes with Single Cab, Crew Cab, and King Cab configurations to meet users need. With the availability of traction control, heated steering wheel and parking sensors, it becomes easy to ride on different road conditions. The buttons are placed lower on the center stack to meet the operational changes.
Well, Single Cab is quite comfortable for contractors. Crew Cab will be the best choose to enjoy loads of legroom in its second row for comfortable long trips. If someone has King Cab, then it will offer rear opening doors for better reach.
2017 Nissan Titan: Drivetrain
The new Nissan Titan 2017 is equipped with a 5.6-liter V8 engine that features direct fuel injection (DIG or Nissan’s Direct Injection Gas System). Both intake and exhaust valves are controlled by hydraulic controlled valve timing along with electronically controlled valve lift. The engine is mated with a 7-speed automatic transmission system from a single gearbox and is capable of producing 390 hp of power and torque of 401 lb-ft.
2017 Nissan Titan: Release Date and Price
It is expected that Nissan Titan is going to have different safety features that include Predictive Forward Collision Warning, Distance Control Assist, Forward Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Warning and much more. The price of new 2017 Nissan Titan is not yet revealed, but it is expected to start from $30,000. With the availability of competitors, Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Silverado are its main rivals in the upcoming market.