New Nissan Titan is going to be available in two frame sizes, shorter, and bigger, called XD. Also, five trim levels are prepared, from base S, to top of the class, SL. Nevertheless, that is not the end of variations for new truck from Nissan, since three bed lengths are offered. We will talk about cab configurations, and the entry model comes as Standard cab. Up to high end we have 2016 Titan King cab, and Crew cab which tops the class. So, all truckers are going to have wide range of choices of new vehicle, so perfect combination for the most is probably possible.
2016 Titan King cab specs
Engineers are going to place same drivetrain for all new Nissan Titan lineup. That is going to be 5.6-liter DOHC 32-valve V8 unit. This is the largest engine in the pickup class, and with it 2016 Titan King cab can tow up to 9,500 pounds. Some of the higher trims of Titan can tow more, up to 12,000 pounds. Output of the truck is 317 hp and 385 lb-ft of torque. The drivetrain is paired with 6-speed automatic gearbox. Power is sent to rear or all wheels. Some features helps better performance, and among them are shift-on-the-fly 4-wheel drive, for switching between 2WD and 4WD in the run; electronic locking rear differential for better off-roading, and off-road performance shocks.
2016 Titan King cab features
New Nissan Titan has total of five trim levels, while 2016 Titan King cab can be purchased in three. Entry models come as S trim. Highlight feature for this trim and cab configuration are 168° wide open rear doors for easier loading and unloading. Also, air conditioning and anti-lock braking system are standard. The SV trim offers all features from lower model, and adds 18-inch alloy wheels, while top of the range Pro-4X model has Rancho shocks, skid plates and many more features available only in this trim.
2016 Titan King cab price
The 2016 Titan King cab configuration’s price depends on trim level. Entry model is available from $30,000, but can be raised with various packages. The SV model is slightly more expensive, $32,000, while Pro-4X is top of the class model and costs the most, over $38,000.