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2017 Nissan Titan Montgomery Al

The Nissan Titan XD has been idling in the limelight for a couple of months now, standing tall and proud as the one-of-a-kind “every duty” pickup truck. It settles itself in a unique position between a half-ton and heavy duty truck; a stepping stone that no other automakers are currently offering. Nissan promised a regular, redesigned Nissan Titan to go alongside the XD, and now the time has finally arrived.

Arriving in time for summer, the standard version of the 2017 Nissan Titan in Montgomery, AL bears a strong resemblance to the Titan XD. While they may share handsome and brawny exterior looks, the Nissan Titan does not share the same chassis as the XD...not even a single lug nut.

The half-ton 2017 Titan chassis is approximately a foot-and-a-half smaller, but both cabins are the same size. This way truck-shoppers won’t have to worry about interior passenger/storage space influencing their decision when deliberating.

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2017 Nissan Titan vs 2016 Nissan Titan XD
5.6L Endurance V8; V6 (Gas) Specifications Specifications

Crew

King

Single
Cab Configurations

Crew

King

Single

S

SV

Pro-4X

SL

Platinum Reserve
Five Trim Levels

S

SV

Pro-4X

SL

Platinum Reserve
Yes NissanConnect Available Yes

2017 Nissan Titan: The New Standard

Meet the 2016 Nissan Titan, the new standard for half-ton trucks who boldly stands beside its larger XD brother rather than hiding in its shadow. The redesign involved a number of interior and exterior changes to the Titan that has lead the two trucks to look very similar. (Previously there never was a Titan XD–this is its first production year.) The 2017 Nissan Titan is noticeably smaller than the XD because it remains a half-ton sized-truck. Obvious physical changes to the Nissan Titan include a larger mesh grille and modified headlights to fit the resculpted front fascia.

The chart above indicates that both trucks will be available in three bed length/cab combinations while there also are five trim levels to select from. While the trim names are the same, what they include could differ; as of right now, Nissan has not released everything there is to know about the standard Titan. Further details are still to come.

The biggest hype about the 2016 Nissan Titan XD was that it would be powered by a Cummins 5.0L V8 turbo diesel with a gasoline engine still lingering off in the future. Drivers who need a truck that can tow 13,000-lbs regularly without breaking a sweat will want to turn their attention to the Titan XD, but those who are in search of an all-capable, dependable full-size truck will be well-suited in the 2017 Nissan Titan which will be offering two gasoline-powered engines.  

Montgomery-area drivers who are interested in learning more about the 2017 Nissan Titan or the currently available 2016 Nissan Titan XD are encouraged to get in touch with one of the Jack Ingram Nissan team members. We would be happy to help, answer any questions, or get you in for a test drive the next time that you’re in the area.

led lights of 2017 nissan titan
rear view of 2017 nissan titan bed
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front view of nissan titan mesh grille