2017 Nissan Titan Review
With its assembly taking place in Mississippi and an engine built in Tennessee, the 2017 Nissan Titan is a true American truck, not a mere pretender. If one look at its beefy, imposing chrome-finished grille is not enough to convince you of that, its stellar performance and labor capabilities should.
Stoughton, Randolph, and Brockton pickup owners would be fond of the 2017 Nissan Titan for all those reasons and more. They can read on to dive in deep with the Titan’s features before coming to Nissan 24 in Brockton to take one for a spin in person.
2017 Nissan Titan Power and Performance
6.0 seconds. That’s one of the defining numbers of the 2017 Nissan Titan because it signifies the 0-60 mph time for the 5,700+ pound truck. It may not be enough to win any midnight drag races, but it signifies the truck has more sprightly performance than vehicles half its size.
Real pickup drivers may care about two more numbers, though: 9,390 pounds and 1,610 pounds. Those represent the Titan’s towing and payload capacity, when properly equipped. The truck’s standard 5.6L V8 engine creates 390 horsepower and 394 lb-ft of torque to put it on the high end of standard power for its class.
Currently, Nissan only offers the 2017 Titan with this engine and with the four-door Crew Cab and a 5.5-foot bed. Later this year, they’ll make the two-door Regular Cab and the extended King Cab available, along with choices of longer beds at 6.5 feet and 8 feet long. Nissan also promises to roll out a smaller V6 engine for those who want a lower base price and improved fuel economy.
In addition to the Titan’s acceleration, it’s received praise for its deft handling and compliant suspension, especially when hauling or towing heavy loads. Speaking of loads, the Titan’s class-exclusive Dampened Tailgate Assist uses a spring to make opening and shutting the tailgate a breeze. Nissan also provides a standard spray-in bed liner to protect your Titan against even the toughest, messiest jobs.
Utili-Track accessories, tie-down cleats, and LED bed wall lights all make organizing loads effortless.
Nissan Titan Interior
With the biggest cab the only one currently available, the 2017 Nissan Titan appears just as massive inside as it does outside. A large dashboard presents all buttons at ready access to the driver. In fact, even the glovebox handle has been kicked sideward to allow for easy driver-side pulling. Seats are large and comfortable, especially if the owner upgrades to leather captain’s chairs, which boast eight-way adjustability and lumbar support.
Titan Exterior Upgrades
The Nissan Titan carries a big attitude and a big image to go with it. A massive chrome bumper and grille trim greets onlookers, as do squared-off shoulders above the fenders. Moving sideward on the vehicle shows classic pickup body lines and a no-frills tailgate design, although Platinum Reserve trims are embellished with some added rear chrome.
In total, the Titan cuts a large profile from any angle to match its burly capability.
Test Drive the 2017 Nissan Titan at Nissan 24 in Brockton
Stoughton, Randolph, and Brockton pickup owners can come see the majesty and might of the 2017 Nissan Titan in person when they come to Nissan 24 in Brockton. View our inventory online, then book your test drive by contacting us online today!