2016

2016 Nissan Titan Release Date and Price

Great news for Nissan truck lovers! The company finally finished its long-awaited project and a revamped version of the Titan will soon come to the light. They will finally be able to bridge the gap between their heavy-duty vehicles and half-ton counterparts. The newcomer will bring many changes with itself, including a completely new body supported by the high-strength frame. Also, new will be more powerful engine options. For those who don’t know, this will be the major overhaul of the vehicle since it was first introduced in 2004. Over the years, the vehicle has received only less significant improvements, and not that it needs to be completely revamped, but significant refreshment will come in handy. Some small changes in terms of exterior and interior kept the vehicle competitive and it soldiered through almost a decade intact. It is finally time to see something new and innovative.

2016 Nissan Titan Review

The 2016 Nissan Titan will be offered as two different models, the regular Titan and the Titan XD. It is important to mention that the two look roughly the same, and the only difference is that the XD model will be able to tow more than 12,000 pounds. There will also be some convenience upgrades that will differentiate the two, but the towing capacity is the most important difference. There is no doubt that for the 2016 model year, the carmaker comes with the all-new appearance for the Titan. However, the front fascia of the car will be roughly the same as the front end of the current model with its corporate grille and side mirrors. Other than that, the vehicle has no other resemblance to its predecessor.

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New 2016 Nissan Titan

The vehicle sports sculpted front and rear fenders that make it look bolder than ever. The carmaker offers you a choice of three wheel sizes, including 17-inch, 18-inch, and 20-inch. No matter which size you choose, they will also be wrapped in LT-series tires. Thanks to the side running boards that extend past the cab, you can easily step up into the vehicle’s bed. The rear end gets stylized taillights and tailgate with a small spoiler. The newcomer measures 242.9 inches in length, 79.4 in width and 78.7 inches in height.

2016 Nissan Titan Interior

2016-Nissan-Titan-interior

Things inside of the cabin of the newcomer look much more improved and luxurious compared to the outgoing model. The look of the cabin proves that the company spared no expense to make it flawless. You will be offered two-tone leather seats with cooling and heating functions. The center console is clear and offers enough space for 15-inch laptop along with cup holders for the front and rear occupants. The gauge cluster also looks great and upscale thanks to its black background and silver dials. The cabin also has an all-new off-road screen which shows vehicle’s pitch and roll angles. A 12-speaker Rockford Fosgate sound system is also there to keep passengers amused.

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Engine

Nissan Titan Engine

Powering the 2016 Nissan Titan will be a 5.0-liter Cummins V-8 turbodiesel powerplant. The engine is capable of producing 310 ponies at 3,200 rpm. As for the torque, it is 550 pound-feet at 1,600 rpm. The engine will be coupled with a heavy duty 6-speed Aisin automatic gearbox that also features manual shift controls. The company offers two drive configurations, rear-wheel-drive and 4WD. Details about fuel economy and accelerations are yet to be released.

2016 Nissan Titan Release Date and Price

The company hasn’t released official details about the pricing of the 2016 Nissan Titan. We assume that the vehicle will be offered at the closely same price as the Chevy’s, Ford’s, and Ram’s pickups. Of course, the Titan XD will cost more than the regular model. The exact release date is no known yet.

More info: http://www.thecarconnection.com/overview/nissan_titan_2016

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