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Nissan Adds King Cab Body Style to Full-Size Titan, Titan XD Truck Lineup

Nissan Adds King Cab Body Style to Full-Size Titan, Titan XD Truck Lineup

By Philly Murtha, February 10, 2017
This week at the Chicago Auto Show, Nissan unveiled a new King Cab body style for its 2017 Titan and Titan XD lineup of large pickups. The new extended cab body style will be available for both light-duty and heavy-duty Titan trucks this spring, according to Nissan officials. Designed by Nissan’s studio in San Diego, CA, the Titan King Cab features a roomy cabin that can seat up to 6 with a choice of bench or bucket seats. Both trucks are built at Nissan’s assembly plant in Canton, MS.

Offered in 4x4 or 4x2 and a variety of trim levels—S, SV, and PRO-4X—the new King Cab Titan has a rear-hinged rear door design. Nissan says the doors open 170 degrees for easier access to the second row. Also, the King Cab version features its “rear-seat delete” option for more open-space utility behind the front seat, allowing for a fully flat load floor. Both half-ton and three-quarter-ton Nissan King Cab trucks have 78-in. long truck beds. Nissan’s Titan and Titan XD lineup now offers three cab—Single Cab, King Cab, and Crew Cab—and three bed length configurations.

As with the Titan Crew Cab and Single Cab versions, the King Cab body style Titan large pickup is equipped with a standard 5.6-liter gasoline V-8 engine that produces 390 horsepower when partnered with a 7-speed automatic transmission. Maximum towing capacity for the King Cab is 9,420 lbs. and payload capacity, if packed right, can reach 1,640 lbs., according to Nissan. The powerful Cummins 5.0-liter V-8 turbodiesel matched with a heavy-duty Aisin 6-speed automatic that makes 310 horsepower and produces 555 lb.-ft. of torque also is available for the Titan XD King Cab. Towing capacity for the Titan XD is upped to 12,510 lbs. with the diesel.

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