2016 Titan Crew cab

New Nissan Titan comes refreshed for 2016. Engine option remains the same, but there are some changes in cabin, and also on exterior.  There are three cab configurations available, with Standard as base, King cab as mid-range and 2016 Titan Crew cab with most options packed inside, and the highest valuation. If you are looking for reliable, hard working, pickup truck, Titan is right solution, and if you don’t want to spare money on it, Crew cab is excellent choice.

2016 Titan crew cab

2016 Titan Crew cab equipment

Main difference between 2016 Titan Crew cab and other configuration is the SL trim level that top the class, and which is not available for other models. It is the most expensive model that has much extra equipment. With it, all buyers can get 20-ich alloy wheel, which can’t be found elsewhere. Leather-appointed seats, NissanConnect app with navigation and utili-track channel system are just few of these, while this model has all that lower trims owe. However, PRO-4X trim level is also packed well, and there is slight price difference between these two. As other cab configurations, new Titan Crew cab has 168° wide open rear doors which are great for fast loading and entering the vehicle.

2016 Titan crew cab side view

2016 Titan Crew cab engine

Same generation of Nissan Titan didn’t bring much powertrain work. Same engine is placed under the hood of 2016 year model, as for its predecessor. It is 5.6-l DOHC V8 powerplant that can deliver 317 hp. Torque level is 385 lb-ft. A 5-speed automatic transmission is sending power to rear wheels or all wheels. Max towing for this option is 9,500 pounds. The 2016 Titan Crew cab is not efficient truck. Estimated fuel economy is 13 mpg for city and 18 mpg for highway. Finally, the Pro-4X model is consuming even more gasoline with 12/17 mileage for town and drive on the open road.

2016 Titan crew cab rear view

2016 Titan Crew cab price

Entry S level of 2016 Titan Crew cab is more expensive from King cab for $2,500.However, it offers more, and there is largest gap between higher end models. Finally, top of the class, SL trim of Crew cab is valued $41,000. While Pro-4X is less then $1,000 under that mark.

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