Nissan printed the new 2017 Titan and Titan XD Full Cab models, completing the lineup of sophisticated new full-size pickups. The world debut announcement came during a press event at the 2017 Chi town Auto Show
The new Nissan Titan Full Cab is designated by its available 6-person seating, wide-opening rear doors and available “rear seat delete” option that is ideal for commercial use with its flat floor and secure in-cab storage room.
“The launch of the new Full Cab body is the last step in a journey that began in December 2015 with the debut of the breakthrough Titan XD, which continues to carve out a unique whitened room in in between competitors’ heavy-duty and half-ton trucks,”
said James Diaz, division vice leader and common manager, North America Trucks and Light Commercial Vehicles Nissan North America, Inc.
“Now, with the addition of a half-ton Titan, our new Endurance® V8, three body configurations three bed lengths and a collection of grade levels and gear programs we’re coating nearly every field in the personal and commercial full-size truck markets. Add to that the field’s best 5-year/100,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty and the Titan family is even more compelling.”
The Nissan Titan Full Cab will be given in 4×4 and 4×2 generate and three grade levels – S, SV and PRO-4X – each with a common 390-horsepower 5.6-liter Endurance® V8 engine and 7-speed automatic transmission. Nissan Titan Full Cab offers an available maximum towing capacity of 9,420 pounds and maximum payload capacity of 1,640 pounds when nicely equipped.
The Titan XD Full Cab similarly will be available in 4×4 and 4×2 generate and three grade levels – S, SV and PRO-4X. Two generateline choices are given with the Titan XD Full Cab: the 390-horsepower 5.6-liter Endurance® V8 engine with 7-speed automatic or powerful Cummins® 5.0L V8 Turbo Diesel – rated at 310 horsepower and a large 555 lb-ft of torque – matched with a heavy-duty 6-speed Aisin A466ND automatic transmission. Titan XD Full Cab offers an available maximum towing capacity of 12,510 pounds (diesel engine) and maximum payload capacity of 2,710 pounds (gas engine) when nicely equipped.
Like the Titan and Titan XD Crew Cab and Single Cab models, the new Full Cab body was produced by Nissan Style America in San Diego, California. The body amenities a roomy cab with a choice of front split bench seat or front bucket seats (common on PRO-4X, optional on SV grade). A 60/40-split fold-down rear seat is also common. Heated front seats are available with PRO-4X and SV grade, along with optional heated and cooled front seats on PRO-4X.
The new Full Cab also offers a first-in-field “rear seat delete” option, which removes the rear seat, rear heater duct and rear roof-mounted assist grips and adds a flat rear load floor and rear wall finisher with tie-down hooks.
“This feature is going to be extremely well purchased by commercial truck traders for its extra utility and secure, climate-safe storage room within the the cab. It’s a real workhorse like the new Single Cab, but with more independence to stow gear and other valuables,”
“Nissan is becoming a strong player in the commercial vehicle market with our NV vans and field leading warranty. Now, with the new Full Cab and Single Cab models, we expect to grow our worksite presence with Titan and Titan XD as well.”
As part of the American Titan lineup, the new Full Cab was produced with middle Nissan creating design, technologies and commercial teams contributing from Tennessee, California, Michigan, Arizona and Mississippi. The Titan and Titan XD Full Cabs are put together in Canton, Mississippi, with its V8 engines put together in Decherd, Tennessee and Cummins diesel engines put together in Columbus, Indiana.
All 2017 Nissan Titan and Titan XD models are covered by Nissan’s “America’s Leading Truck Warranty” – with bumper-to-bumper coverage of 5-years/100,000-miles, what ever comes first. Vehicles covered by the new warranty, which includes basic and powertrain coverage, include all V8 gasoline and diesel powered models.
The 2017 Titan half-ton was known as “2017 Pickup Truck of the Year” by Truck Influx magazine. The award works
“a real-world evaluation of pickups as noticed through the eyes of truck doctors and enthusiasts,”
according to the magazine. In addition to the TRUCK TREND 2017 Pickup Truck of the Year title 2017 Titan models were a few days ago known as “Full-size Truck of Texas,” “Commercial Vehicle of Texas” and “Leading Value” by the Texas Auto Writers Association (TAWA), and given an “Extreme Off-Road” title by journalists participating in the Active Existence Vehicle Awards (ALV).