2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab Launched, Regular and SD Trimlines Confirmed

2017 Nissan TITAN XD S Single Cab

A stylish new pickup truck has been launched and this time it comes from Nissan.

The 2017 Nissan Titan single cab has been launched and the official trimlines available has been confirmed by the company.

The target audience for this new truck are those corporate fleets and those who always have a requirement for good torque capacity. The two door single cab version is quite similar to the large truck but offers more compactness making it a great pick for those who need a sleek transport solution.

When Nissan launched the Titan, it was a larger cab with four door setup. For the first time, the company has shifted its focus and moved to offering a smaller two door edition. In their statement, Nissan’s representative said that it is the first Titan to feature smaller chassis. The other two versions available are the crew cab and the king cab also known as extended cab by most other manufacturers.

2017 Nissan TITAN XD S Single Cab

Two different powertrains are offered for the 2017 Nissan Titan single cab. The first one is a 5.0-liter turbo diesel V8 engine and the other version being offered is the 5.6-liter V8 Endurance engine.The powertrain used in the XD version if capable of offering an amazing 310 horsepower combined with a total of 555 lb feet of torque. The numbers are simply out of the world and would satisfy even the most demanding buyer.

The alterative choice powered by a 5.6-liter V8 engine is equally good with 390 horsepower and has 394 lb feet of torque. However, Nissan has not planned to launch a diesel engine version of the cab anytime soon. They have confirmed that a V6 powertrain will be available but it doesn’t have a confirmed release date as of now.

The standard version of the 2017 Nissan Titan single cab features an 8.0-foot bed. The trim line choices available for the cab includes a regular and a XD variant. The equipment level available in the truck will vary based on the one you pick. While the default version runs on a rear wheel drive system, Nissan offers an option to upgrade the truck to an all-wheel drive for those who need it.

An official word on the availability and pricing of the Titan Single cab is not out yet. We look forward to an announcement from Nissan and will bring it to you as soon as they do. Stay tuned for more updates.

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