With its functional and spacious cabin, responsive handling, and easy to use controls, the new 2017 Nissan Titan will likely meet your basic requirements for a full-size truck. However, it lags behind newer rival in terms of equipment availability, fuel economy, and interior refinement. The 2017 Nissan Titan release date should be expect sometime in the latter half of 2017.
The Titan has got you covered if you’re looking for a full-size pickup fundamentals. Two body styles are offered for the 2017 model: King Cab and Crew Cab. And each comes with only a single bed length.
When it comes to performance, unlike most of its competitors, the Titan is laughably straightforward, as it comes with a single grunty V8 engine matched to an automatic transmission system.
If you’re looking for a relative affordable work truck, the new 2017 Nissan Titan has got you covered, but if you’re looking for a more customizable truck with lots of opportunities there is no doubt that other trucks are better suited. On notable option in this segment is the RAM 1500. It offers superb handling and ride quality, loads of clever features, and fuel efficient engines.
Opting for the Ford F-150 gets you improved fuel economy ratings, better towing and payload capacities, and offers a lightweight body. Both the GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado offer prove durability and excellent engines. The other option you could check out is the Toyota Tundra. It comes with a studiously engineered ruggedness and a time-tested reputation.
While the Titan is a capable truck when it comes to impressive hauling and towing capacities, other trucks in its class outmaneuver it when it comes to better equipment and premium materials.
Trim Options – 2017 Nissan Titan
As already mentioned above, the Titan is offered in two cab styles: Crew cab and King cab. Both of which are offered in four trims levels: Pro-4X, SV, S, and SL trim level.
Exterior Review & 2017 Nissan Titan Interior Changes
The Titan S comes equipped with standard accessories and features such as power locks, adaptive cruise control, a six-speaker sound system, cloth upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, eighteen-inch steel wheels, full carpeting, keyless entry and ignition, a sliding rear window, two extra speakers, a power-down rear window, 115-V power outlet, a tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, and rear-folding 60/40-split seats.
The Titan SV steps you up with a lockable tailgate, chrome bumpers, an auxiliary audio jack, carpeting flooring, side step rails, upgraded cloth upholstery, dual USB ports, leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, driver power lumbar, a rearview camera, a lockable bed storage, foglights, a 5.8” touchscreen interface, front captain chairs, a navigation system, front tow hooks, a heavy-duty battery, a lower rear axle, NissanConnect, rear parking sensors, a premium Rockford Fostgate audio system, heated extendable towing mirrors, and dual-zone automatic climate control.
The Titan Pro-4X trim model adds additional USB ports, a locking rear differential, off-road tuned Rancho shock absorbers, automatic headlights, two-tone cloth upholstery, unique 18” wheels, special exterior trim and bumpers, heavy-duty skid plates, unique instrumentation, a lower final-drive axle ratio, leather upholstery, heated front seats, a navigation system, a 5.8” touchscreen interface, adjustable mirrors, and pedals, voice-recognition functions, driver memory settings, power passenger seat, and a five-inch color display.
The Titan SL builds upon what the Pro-4X offers plus 20” alloy wheels, extendable towing mirrors, heated and power-folding exterior mirrors, automatic headlights, a heavy-duty battery, simulated wood trim, automatic four-zone climate control, and driver-side auto-dimming mirrors.
These are just a handful of features that will be offered for the 2017 Nissan Titan, as the full list will be made public on its release date.
2017 Nissan Titan Engine Specs
Motivation for the 2017 Nissan Titan is offered by a 5.6L V8 engine rated at 317 hp and 385 lbs. ft. of torque. An option of either a two-wheel drive or a four-wheel drive is matched to the mill, as is the standard five-speed transmission system.
Fuel economy for the all-wheel drive stands at 12/17/14 mpg in the city/highway/city, and 13/18/15 mpg with the two-wheel drive system.
2017 Nissan Titan Release Date & Price
The Titan Crew cab price starts from an MSRP of $32,060, and $29,640 for the Titan King cab. They will be offered for sale sometime in the latter half of 2017.