Set to reveal itself by the fall of 2017, the 2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab version is aimed to take down the likes of F-150 and Silverado 1500. It’s almost over 3 decades now that Ford has been ruling the pickup segment across the globe. While General Motors and RAM provide stiff competition, it is Nissan who comes in from behind with its innovations and added features. The Titan first came out in 2003 as a crew cab. Like Ford, the Nissan too targeted the industry segment with its pickup providing bigger engines and impressive towing.
2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab – Design and Technology
In the looks department, it is no different from Titan’s crew cab version. The 2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab comes with the same square-shaped nose design housing a mesh-shaped grille. The headlights remain trapezoidal with LED fittings. 18-inch wheels come standard with silver metallic design and bear P265/70R18 tires.
Inside, things are all black. The front seats are 40/20/40 foldable with manually adjustable features. The center console houses cup holders along with an extra cargo space. Its steering wheels come with column shifters as standard and house few controls to some basic features like cruise control. An overall height of 75 inches provides decent headroom inside. Infotainment comes with a 5-inch display, 6 speaker audio system, and also a Nissan Connect. The automaker has also equipped its Nissan Titan Single Cab 2017 with electronic braking force distribution system along with Anti-Lock Brakes, advanced traction control system, dynamic control and tire pressure monitoring system.
Infotainment comes with a 5-inch display, 6 speaker audio system, and also with Nissan Connect. The automaker has also equipped its 2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab with electronic braking force distribution system along with Anti-Lock Brakes, advanced traction control system, dynamic control and tire pressure monitoring system.
Apart from these, the Nissan is also selling a host of optional features like the stainless steel finish exhaust tips, 20-inch black tires, LED fog lights and a tailgate guard. The fixed bed extenders and rear bumper assists also come in for a few extra dollars. All versions of Titans have already hit dealerships worldwide. The 2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab might just be the best bet from Nissan to gain on that sales figure and things do not look to deviate from this as of now.
2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab – Engine, Performance and Towing Capacity
The Nissan Titan Single Cab 2017 had to settle for the 5.6-liter V8 engine. This unit will deliver a maximum power of 390 HP and a torque of around 394 lb-ft. The towing capacity will remain at 11,600 pounds while payload may be more by almost 320 pounds as compared to its crew cab siblings.
The 2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab version is faster that its Ford rival by nearly 0.3 seconds. This pickup reaches 0 to 60 mph in approximately 8,5 seconds. While Ford F-150 can reach a top speed of only 106 mph, the Nissan takes this figure up to 110 mph. The EPA figures come in at 15 mpg city and 21 mpg highway. This again, the Titan batters F-150 by 1 mpg.
2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab – Conclusion, Price and Release Date
The single cab pickups started becoming popular again. While GM failed to increase the size of this segment, the Nissan moved forward here. The 2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab dropped its in-cabin rear seats and added that space to the cargo bed. Combined with its affordable pricing at around $31,000, this pickup is definitely the one to look out for. The release date will be in fall of 2017.