2017 Nissan Titan Review
The second-generation Nissan Titan arrived last year, but 2017 models will see incremental additions to configuration options. Currently, full 4 Door Crew Cabs using a 5-feet, 6-inch bed are the only options. Later in 2017, Nissan will release Regular 2 Door Cabs and extended King Cabs to suit the various needs of Titan owners.
Even in its current guises, the 2017 Nissan Titan provides a diverse range of offerings to suit the various work and comfort-related needs of its customers. Doylestown, Lansdale, and Philadelphia pickup owners who want to see up close what the Titan is capable of can come to Montgomeryville Nissan for a test drive after reading our review below.
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2017 Nissan Titan Performance and Capability
The standard engine on the 2017 Nissan Titan is the only engine currently available: a 5.6L V8 that can produce 390 horsepower and 394 lb-ft of torque. This muscular powertrain comes mated with an advanced seven-speed automatic to provide an array of gear ratios that fit any job. Properly equipped, the Titan’s non-XD version can tow up to 9,390 pounds. Payload capacity currently goes up to 1,610 pounds.
2017 Titans come with rear-wheel drive or 4×4 drivetrains. By mid-2017, the Titan lineup should also offer a V6 option in addition to 6-feet, 6-inch and 8-feet bed options, depending on the configuration chosen.
The currently available engine is enough to satisfy most pickup drivers, though. It can tear from 0-60 mph in six seconds flat, which is remarkable for a hauler weighing 5,754 pounds. Handling is also responsive while maintaining the heavy nature expected of a pickup.
Most useful to laborers are the Titan’s bed features and accessories. A spring-loaded tailgate makes raising or lowering it predictable and effortless. LEDs along the bed walls lights up your load, and the optional Utili-Track rail can make handling and securing loads a breeze. Spray-in bed liners come standard, as do channels for adding accessories like the Utili-Track system.
Nissan Titan Interior
The 2017 Nissan Titan’s interior is infinitely comfortable, with soft, supportive seats and easy-to-access buttons throughout the dash. Upgrading to leather captain’s chairs makes the interior even more inviting, especially since you get 8-way driver’s side adjustability and lumbar supports.
A rear bench seat can split 60/40, making the interior of the Titan almost as useful as its bed when hauling goods. The under-seat storage tray allows for safer storage of valuables or things that won’t fit elsewhere. With the seats up, panels can also come out to create a flat loading surface.
2017 Titan Exterior
The 2017 Titan’s exterior is unapologetically bold. Built in Canton, MS, the truck eschews all sense of imported-ness, right down to its burly shoulder flares and clean, utilitarian side panels. A massive chrome-styled grille proudly proclaims the Titan’s Nissan badging above a substantial chrome bumper.
Subtle touches like side vents and LED accent lights add complexity to an intimidating beast, making the 2017 Titan one of the best-looking full-size pickups on the road.
Test Drive the 2017 Nissan Titan at Montgomeryville Nissan
Doylestown, Lansdale, and Philadelphia pickup owners can get a taste of the new Titan’s rugged capability when they schedule a test drive at Montgomeryville Nissan today. Contact us online for more information. We look forward to seeing you.
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