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Nissan Releases Official Pricing for 2017 Titan and Titan XD King Cab

Posted in News on June 19, 2017
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Customers can now order a third 2017 Nissan Titan variant, the King Cab. Joining the previously available Titan/Titan XD crew cab and single cab, the cheapest extended-cab Titan will start at $32,550, while the kingly Titan XD will start at $33,560. The destination charge for all models adds $1,195.

Those respective starting prices are for the S 4x2, which features steel wheels, a vinyl floor, a 40/20/40 front bench seat, Bluetooth audio and phone functionality, and push-button start. Moving up to the Titan SV 4x2 will cost $35,930, while the Titan XD SV 4x2 demands $37,960. The SV features aluminum wheels and other styling niceties, in addition to SiriusXM satellite radio, trailer sway control, and a multifunction display between the gauges. Adding four-wheel drive to a Titan King Cab costs $3,030, regardless of the model.

In addition to the S and SV, the King Cab will also be available in the company’s off-road–oriented PRO-4X trim. So equipped, a Titan will cost $43,290, while a Titan XD runs $45,440. PRO-4X models feature extensive underbody skidplating (shared with other 4x4 models), as well as an electronic locking rear axle and shock absorbers tuned for off-road use. Body-color exterior accents, unique interior trims, and standard front bucket seats come along for the ride as well.

All Titan models come standard with a 5.6L V-8 that makes 390 hp and 394 lb-ft. Mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission, the engine has plenty of punch for most daily driving duties, and it makes a throaty growl when the throttle is matted.

Finally, each Titan XD King Cab can be optioned with the big pickup’s signature 5.0L Cummins turbodiesel V-8 and Aisin six-speed automatic transmission. Producing 310 hp and 555 lb-ft, the Cummins engine adds to the Titan XD’s bottom line as follows:

Titan XD S King Cab 4x2: $40,110
Titan XD SV King Cab 4x2: $44,010
Titan XD S King Cab 4x4: $43,640
Titan XD SV King Cab 4x4: $46,540
Titan XD PRO-4X King Cab 4x4: $50,490

Nissan is aiming for the meat of the pickup market with its three different cab and bed configurations. The Titan and Titan XD single cab best serves those with fleet aspirations thanks to its 8-foot bed, while hobbyists and truck enthusiasts will love the King Cab/6.5-foot bed combo. And active folks with families should enjoy the Titan crew cab/5.5-foot bed and Titan XD crew cab/6.5-foot bed. And by limiting configurations, Nissan can keep its costs down without compromising buyer appeal much.

Now, if only they’d make that locking rear diff available on all models, not just the PRO-4X…

Source: Nissan

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