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After a one-year hiatus, the 2017 Nissan Titan is back with a full redesign that is wowing consumers. This full-size, light-duty truck shows off an aggressive new look, improved cabin design and powerful V8 engine with seven-speed transmission. For a pickup truck that provides a solid amount of everything, the 2017 Titan is definitely worth a look.
When our customers want a truck that can handle some off-road fun, but also want to be pampered with luxury niceties, we steer them towards the 2017 Nissan Titan. With five trim levels to choose from, the Titan comes with a lot of choices, but for off-road prowess and luxury content, the optimal picks lie in the Pro-4X and SL trims. The Titan Pro-4X offers heavy-duty gear to please adventurous consumers with a list that includes:
The Pro-4X also features many favorable upscale niceties that appeal to consumers, like automatic headlights and foglights, keyless entry and ignition, dual-zone automatic climate control and blind-spot monitor.
For a bit more rugged appeal and luxury perks, consumers love the Titan SL. This trim builds upon the Pro-4X trim with the addition of power-folding mirrors with puddle lamps, running boards, LED cargo box lighting and Utility-Track bed rail system with four movable tie-down cleats.
Other sought-after items in the SL include:
Depending upon which trim level is chosen from the Nissan Titan's 2017 lineup, consumers are awarded with worthwhile tech features. The base-level S trim, for example, sports a five-inch color display, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, NissanConnect mobile apps and a six-speaker audio system with CD player, auxiliary input and USB port.
The SV trim adds to the base-level S with a driver information display and satellite radio.
Opt for the Titan Pro-4X and the tech list grows even further with a seven-inch touchscreen, voice controls with Siri Eyes Free and navigation system.
Top trim levels, like the SL and Platinum Reserve get even more in sound with an audio system that has 12 speakers. The Platinum Reserve can also be equipped with an optional rear-seat DVD entertainment system for even more on-road content.
Nissan's 2017 Titan may be a light-weight pickup truck, but this doesn't mean it isn't powerful or capable. In truth, the Titan boasts great power and has respectable tow rates. All 2017 Titan's are powered by a 5.6-liter V8 engine that's paired to a seven-speed automatic transmission – a duo that produces 390 horsepower and 394 pound-feet of torque.
Titan crew-cab models deliver the most in strength with a maximum tow rate of 9,390 pounds in those with RWD and 9,230 pounds in 4WD versions. The Titan can also manage a solid payload rate of 1,590 pounds in RWD models and 1,610 pounds for those with 4WD.
To check out the many perks of the 2017 Nissan Titan, swing by our dealership at 4 Superior Way in Uniontown, PA.