Nissan Just Built Their Best Truck Ever, The 2016 Nissan Titan XD Pro-4x Diesel

Jan 05, 2017 03:08 PM EST | Carl Anthony Teves


Nissan always makes an outstanding performance in every vehicle that Nissan made. And now, Nissan brings release it's newly developed roaring truck which can catch the interest of Nissan's fans including their leading competitors. This makes all the consumers really want to find out if it's anything for the market leaders.

Introducing the Nissan's latest vehicle, 2016 Nissan Titan XD Pro-4x Diesel. The XD term trends for "Extra duty" but Nissan might have other extra meaning for this term that they have not yet defined. Other consumers might confuse if this truck is a light duty or heavy duty truck but for the clarification, 2016 Nissan Titan XD is a full size pick up that occupies a space between light and heavy duty truck.

According to Nissan, the previous Titan that Nissan has developed has the capability of a heavy-duty pick up from its previous 10 years. Those trucks were just fine for the consumers and some find it interesting back then, but today's commercial-grade capabilities for heavy duty trucks were already a bit over the top of the real world. That's why Nissan created this new version of Titan is which highly developed to meet the qualifications and to achieve customer satisfaction.

The new Nissan Titan has most upgraded engine, carrying new Cummins 5.0 liter V8 Diesel engine. This engine generates 555 pound-feet horsepower of torque, 32-valve revolutionary engine produces outstanding power handle in nearly any task. Cummins 5.0 liter V8 was exclusively developed for Nissan trucks to allow the TITAN XD pro to have the capacity to deliver approximately half-ton with a better ride compared to others.

In Addition, 2016 Nissan Titan XD pro named the Cummins-powered TITAN XD 2016 pickup of the year of some sites that are conducting truck reviews such as and because of its outstanding performance. In coming to pricing, Nissan titan XD pro will start about $37,500 and estimated up to $52,165 with its midgrade Pro-4x model.


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