Is the 2017 Nissan Titan King Cab all that "kingly?" Does it deliver in accordance to what its name suggests? These are just a few questions asked about industry experts on this Nissan "wonder."
For one, the 2017 Nissan Titan King Cab is larger than a single cab. However, it is not as big as the four-door crew cab. In terms of size, it comfortably rests somewhere in between. Anything in between most of the time is good as it becomes the midpoint for those who are undecided. Is it even a worthy middle choice?
Yes, it is. This is especially true if one is looking for an able pickup without the steep price tag. The Nissan Titan King Cab is currently on sale with a price tag of $32,550 for the base Titan S King Cab with rear-wheel drive. Of course, as expected, the price gets more expensive as other options are added in.
If one decides to go for the four-wheel drive, then that's additional $3,030 to the listed price above. The King Cab SV is priced at $35,930 with additional $3,030 for the four-wheel drive. The most expensive of the range is the Pro-4X King Cab, which is only 4WD and it is priced at $43,290.
Nissan also has a unique selling proposition for the 2017 Nissan Titan King Cab. It is claimed to be the first to have the rear-seat delete option. This enables to save significant weight by completely removing the seat, rear heater duct, and rear roof-mounted assist grip. This is definitely beneficial for those who desire for the King Cab to come in with just the bare necessities.
The 2017 Nissan Titan King Cab has a total payload of between 1,620 and 2,290 pounds, which is adequate and welcomed by industry experts especially if it goes against vehicles of its kind. Depending on which kind of Titan, it is sure to produce 390-horsepower and 394 pound-feet of torque. The numbers get better obviously the more expensive it gets.