The most affordable Nissan titan pickup on the US market will set back buyers $29, generic 580, while the most expensive when discussing Single Cab versions will be $44,070.
This is the first time the Japanese automaker has decided to derive the Titan pickup in a Single Cab version – in a bid to take hold of an even larger portion of the fullsize truck market where about one in ten vehicles has this particular body style. The Titan is already out on the market in the Crew Cab version, and now the new 2017 Titan Single Cab can be had for both the standard and XD models in two different trims – S and SV. The base model is the two-wheel-drive Titan S costing $29,580 (excluding $1,195 destination and handling), while the all-wheel drive version will be $32,610. The beefier XD model will be at least $31,090 for the 4×2 model and $34,120 if you go for the more practical AWD.
The 2017 Nissan titan can only be had with a 5.6-liter V8 gasoline engine rated at 390 horsepower (290 kilowatts) and 394 pound-feet (534 Newton-meters) of torque, sent to the wheels via a seven-speed automatic transmission. The Titan XD can be had with the same engine and gearbox or the Cummins V8 turbodiesel packing 310 hp (231 kW) and 555 lb-ft (752 Nm) and linked to a heavy-duty Aisin automatic transmission. The latter will be $37,140 in the 4×2 version and $40,170 when specified with the 4×4 system.