2017 Nissan Titan along with Titan XD at which point Offered as Single-Cab Work Trucks
These days, four-door crew-cab pickups make up a plurality of truck sales, however there’s still room For just two-door, single-cab types for fleet along with work-truck buyers. So Nissan recently added just one-cab Centeng style to the Titan along with almost-heavy-duty Titan XD lineups, promising sales might kick off within the fall of 2016. at which point which those Titans are on sale, we have prices for both types.
Opting for the two-door Titan saves $5200 relative to the crew cab, having a two-wheel-drive base “S” type coming in at $30,775. The only various other trim level, the SV—a mid-level trim on the four-door Titan crew cab—starts at $33,655. Given the single-cab Titan’s positioning as a work truck, there are no fancier trims like those offered on the Titan crew cab. Every Titan single-cab type has an 8.0-foot bed, the longest bed length Nissan offers, as well as a 390-hp 5.6-liter V-8 along having a seven-speed automatic transmission. Nissan ladles on more standard equipment than its competitors—including power windows, cruise control, cloth seats, along having a 5.0-inch infotainment display—offsetting the Titan’s cost premium of up to $1000 compared with an equivalent (long bed, two-wheel-drive, V-8–powered) Chevrolet Silverado, Ford F-150, or Ram 1500.
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The better-equipped Titan SV single-cab type starts at $33,655 along with unlocks multiple option packages which aren’t available on the S. Moving further up the ladder, the Titan XD single cab doesn’t cost much more than its regular-duty sibling, ringing in at $32,285 in S trim, followed by the $36,185 SV. Opting for the available Cummins diesel V-8 engine on either trim requires yet another $6050, along with four-wheel drive costs $3030. (The diesel isn’t offered on the regular Titan single cab, however four-wheel drive on those types costs $3030, too.) Will Nissan sell a ton of single-cab Titans? No, however the company said which anticipates which the Centeng style will make up 10 percent of all Titan sales along with tap a key demographic: commercial buyers. The brand has already reached out to those buyers with its NV van lineup in recent years, so the regular-cab Titan along with Titan XD could build on which business.