2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab pricing starts at $29,580

Article by Christian A., on December 5, 2016

Nissan has announced the pricing for its new commercial pickup line. So for those who have been waiting for Nissan’s official price list (plus a little more info), read on…

The manufacturer’s suggested retail price for the Titan S Single Cab is as low as $29,580 while the Titan XD Gas single cab 4x2 is at $31,090. The Single Cab configuration is available in both the Titan XD (S/SV grade levels) as well as in the Titan half-ton models.

The single cab normally makes ten percent of sales in the full size truck category. In fact, this is the first time for Nissan Titan to join the commercial pickup segment. Nevertheless, the new Single Cab will finally become part of the new market usually intended for crew cab configuration models.

Pricing for the SV Single Cab 4x2 is at $32,460 while the 4x4 variant is at $35,490. Understandably, the Nissan Titan S 4x4 is slightly more expensive than the 4x2 as it comes with the price tag of $32,610.

The key features for the 2017 Single Cab are the RearView Monitor, Hands-free Phone system and Bluetooth. The maximum towing capacity for this pickup is up to 12,640 pounds. It also comes with a standard 8-foot bed.

All 2017 Titan models including the Single Cabs are guaranteed under “Americas Best Truck Warranty”. The warranty coverage for the 2017 Titan and XD full-size pickups is at 5-years / first 100,000 miles whichever comes first.

New Titan and Titan XD came with Nissan’s “Year of the Truck” which is the company’s aggressive marketing strategy for its CUVs, SUVs, and pickup lines. Nissan also introduced the Armada, Rogue and Pathfinder among its latest commercial pickups

Meanwhile, there are several variants available for the XD models. The Titan XD 5.6L Gasoline comes in four variants such as the SV 4x4($38,020) SV ($34,990), S 4x4 ($34,120) and S 4x2 ($31,090). On the other hand, the 5L Diesel 4x4 Titan XD SV comes at $44,070. The rest of the Diesel variants with 5L V8 engine are priced at $40,170 (XD S 4x4), $41,040 (XD SV 4x2) and $37,140 (XD S 4x2).

The Titan XD Single Cabs are available in either 310hp Cummins 5L V8 Turbo Diesel or Endurance V8 engines. Both are paired with Aisin 6-speed automatic transmission. But then, the 390hp 5.6L Endurance V8 gasoline with 7-speed AT is only available exclusively with the Titan Single Cab models.

The Single Cab configuration pickup line was developed with the same manufacturing, engineering and design team that worked on the crew cab models. All 2017 Titan and Single Cab XD pickups are now on sale at Nissan Dealers.

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