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Nissan Expands 2017 Titan Large Pickup Family with Single Cab Version

Nissan Expands 2017 Titan Large Pickup Family with Single Cab Version

By Philly Murtha, July 26, 2016
Nissan this fall will introduce its first-ever Single Cab Titan and Titan XD variants to its family of redesigned 2017 new large pickup trucks. The regular-cab variant, which is one of three body configurations offered on the 2017 Titan, will be available with new turbodiesel and V-8 engines in two grade levels in 2-wheel or 4-wheel drive. These single cab Titans are geared for work-truck buyers, according to Nissan.

The half-ton light-duty Titan shares the same rugged appearance with its larger sibling XD Titan, introduced in 2015, which also will be offered in a Single Cab variant. However, the redone half-ton Titan, which will be built at the automaker’s plant in Canton, MS, rides on a completely different chassis from the XD. It’s 14.7 inches shorter than the XD and 1.5 inches lower, although the same width as its heavy-weight XD sibling.

The redesigned Nissan large pickup will be available in three cabin choices—crew cab, king cab, and single cab. Three bed lengths will be offered: 5.5 ft.; 6.5 ft.; and 8 ft. The half-ton Titan with 6.5- and 8-ft. beds will be available in five trim levels: S, SV, PRO-4X, SL, and Platinum Reserve—similar to its larger sibling. Both single-cab Titan and Titan XD will share the same cab dimensions and 8-ft.-pickup beds.

The Titan XD Single Cab will be available with two powertrains, including the Cummins 5.0-liter V-8 turbodiesel that produces 310 horsepower and 555 lb.-ft. of torque and a 5.6-liter V-8, which makes 390 horsepower and 394 lb.-ft. of torque. The light-duty Titan Single Cab with a foot-shorter wheelbase is powered by the new 5.6-liter V-8 and will be available later with a V-6. Titans equipped with a diesel engine will feature a 6-speed automatic transmission, while the versions with V-8s are partnered with a 7-speed automatic. The lower S and SV trim levels will be available along with a number of optional equipment packages.

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