The 2017 Nissan Titan is a new, much needed, full-size truck for the real truck enthusiast. Offered as the light-duty Nissan Titan or the heavy duty Nissan Titan XD, both versions will be blow your mind. They are both available in five trim levels: the S, SV, Pro 4X, SL, and the Platinum Reserve.
The 2017 Nissan Titan boasts a tougher look than the Titan ever has. Even though the Titan grilles are different for the Titan and Titan XD they use the same styling theme. Large, bold, chrome backed by active grille shutters that help reduce aerodynamic drag by 10 percent versus the previous versions of the Nissan Titan, which was last offered in 2014. Another design note is that all 2017 Nissan Titan have a two-tone look that is sure to make it stand out from others trucks in its class.
On the road, the light-duty Titan is one of the most controlled pickups of its type on the market. With less bounce and jiggle than its competitors. The rack-and-pinion hydraulic steering is also more direct than the norm for a pickup. The 2017 Nissan Titan XD handles nicely and is stable at higher speeds. It steers more accurately and more responsively than other heavy-duty trucks, without the need for as many small steering corrections. Those looking to tow with the Titan XD will love the fact that the payload max is 2,594 pounds, and the XDs chassis is reinforced to handle the extended duty cycle. Perfect for anyone looking for that tow-ready vehicle.
2017 Nissan Titan Interior Notes:
The interior is bold, yet simple with its utilitarian design. There is plenty of storage available, and the center console is large with large controls that can be used with gloves. Perfect for workers on the go!
The 2017 Nissan Titan’s Zero Gravity front seats are supportive, which makes for that comfort we are all looking for on long trips. Platinum Reserve boasts leather seats that are also power-adjustable, as is the steering wheel.
The 2017 Nissan Titan will come with a 7-inch navigation screen as well as a rearview camera. There is also a driver information center which appears in the instrument cluster making for that perfect driving experience.2017 Nissan Titan Exterior Notes:
The 2017 Nissan Titan utility track system for the bed is ideal for securing your most precious cargo, complete with movable cleats for tie-downs. The tailgate is damped and lowers easily instead of slamming down, and will close easily with one hand, thanks to the strut hidden behind the right rear taillight assembly. Lights mounted low illuminate the bed contents, even when a cover is installed. Nissan also offers the Titan box bed storage bins. They will take up some space, but they are removable so you can optimize the bed for your needs.
The 2017 Nissan Titan XD is substantially larger than the non-XD Titan. The XD is 2 inches taller and is nearly 15 inches longer overall.
The Nissan Titan Crew Cab is built on a 139.8-inch wheelbase and is 228.1 inches long. The Titan XD Crew Cab is built on a 151.6-inch wheelbase and is 242.7 inches long. Titan Single Cab and Titan XD Single Cab ride on the 139.8-inch wheelbase, but the XD is 231 inches long, compared with the Titan Single Cab at 228.1 inches.
The Titan Crew Cab has a 5.5-foot bed, and the Titan XD Crew Cab a 6.5-foot bed. All Single Cab models have the standard 8-foot pickup bed. The King Cab versions, which split the difference, are expected late in the 2017 model year or as 2018 models.
All Titan and Titan XD trucks are 79.5 inches wide. Titan Crew Cabs are 75.4 inches tall with rear-wheel drive, 76 inches with four-wheel drive. Titan XD Crew Cabs are 78 inches tall with 2WD or 4WD.
What is under the hood of the 2017 Nissan Titan:
The 2017 Nissan Titan with the 5.6-liter V-8 gets an estimated 15 mpg city, 21 highway, and 18 combined. That marks a 28-percent improvement over its previous versions.
Fuel economy ratings will not be published for the Titan XD because fuel economy regulations don’t apply to vehicles with a curb weight over 6,000 pounds.
Nonetheless, the Titan XD diesel should be efficient for a heavy duty truck because diesel engines are inherently more efficient than gasoline engines.
The 2017 Nissan Titan is one incredible truck. If you are in the market for new work vehicle or just want to get your hands on a bad-ass truck, stop by TIscher Nissan today to check it out in person or click below to see our 2017 Nissan Titan inventory. www.tischernissan.com/titan