2017 Nissan Titan Half-Ton Photo Gallery

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The biggest debut of the 2016 New York International Auto Show, regardless of what any car guy might say, was the introduction of Nissan’s all-new half-ton 2017 Titan. We thought you might want to see Nissan’s full press release about the debut as well as more detailed photos of the pickup truck. We’ll know more about the truck when we get a chance to drive it later this fall. And just in case you want to see the winners and losers from the New York show, click here.

Here’s Nissan's press release:

NEW YORK (March 24, 2016) — Today at the 2016 New York International Auto Show, Nissan officially unveiled the standard bearer of its family of TITAN pickups – the 2017 TITAN Crew Cab, powered by Nissan's 5.6-liter Endurance® V-8 gasoline engine. With the all-new flagship XD model of Nissan's reimagined TITAN family of pickups already in dealer lots, this volume model, half-ton TITAN will go on sale in the late summer of 2016. TITAN will initially launch as a Crew Cab model with Single and King Cab variants planned for later in the model year.

"TITAN shares its aggressive style with the TITAN XD, but the two vehicles are completely different underneath the skin," said Fred Diaz, Division Vice President and General Manager, North America Trucks and Light Commercial Vehicles, Nissan North America, Inc. "TITAN will compete in the heart of the full-size pickup segment — the half-ton — while the TITAN XD provides a unique solution for customers by bridging the cost and capability gap between traditional half-ton and full heavy-duty pickups. Between TITAN and TITAN XD, we will cover about 85 percent of the full-size truck market.”

TITAN is built on a separate chassis from TITAN XD, and is approximately 228.1 inches long (14.7 inches less than XD) and 79.5 inches wide (same as XD), with the cab size shared between the two vehicles.

"We've said before that even the lug nuts are different from TITAN to TITAN XD," added Diaz. “What's important is that these two trucks are serving a completely different type of customer. As the head of Nissan's light commercial vehicle program in the U.S, I’m thrilled to be getting this truck into the lineup as an option for fleets as well as for the personal use buyer."

TITAN will be available in 4x2 or 4x4 drive configurations and three bed lengths — 5.5, 6.5 and 8 feet. Similar to TITAN XD, TITAN will be available in five trim levels — S, SV, PRO-4X, SL and Platinum Reserve.

The TITAN will be powered by Nissan's 5.6-liter Endurance® V8 gasoline engine, producing 390 horsepower. This engine, which will also be featured in the TITAN XD V8 Gas and the all-new 2017 Armada, will be mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission. A V-6 gasoline engine will also be available (details to be announced at a later date).

The Nissan TITAN will be assembled in Canton, Mississippi, with the 5.6-liter V8 gasoline assembled in Decherd, Tennessee. The truck goes on sale in summer 2016, and pricing will be available closer to its on-sale date. For more information on the 2016 Nissan TITAN XD and 2017 TITAN, including photography, please visit www.NissanNews.com

Cars.com photos by Angela Conners


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I liked the older Titan better to be honest and I think it made a better splash when it arrived.

This new truck looks like they have tried to put a couple different trucks together from other brands. It's like the lines just do not go together.

I'm sorry but these new done out interiors in the trucks are already past the gaudy overkill point. makes a person wonder if trucks are even used for work anymore...lol

"Blaaa blaaa blaaa blaaa"
Posted by: canadianthoughts | Apr 8, 2016 11:59:33 PM

Isn't it cute Canadian's thinking we care about what they think....we don't even build cars there anymore...lol...Ford's moved to Mexico, but canadianthoughts has no thoughts on that...lol


@En primer lugar En el Día Recall.... blah blah,taco fart,blah blah... The wall is coming and your going to pay for it. Looks like the free ride for your family and friends will soon be over... I hear it's hard to climb a wall if your greasy.

"I hear it's hard to climb a wall if your greasy..."
Posted by: canadianthoughts | Apr 10, 2016 1:33:08 AM

Lol...what makes you think I'm a wet back...lol

But at least the grease is cheap...what are they paying for dirty Canadian oil these days $1.50 US...lol

What's Ford charging you guys for the POS they build in Mexico $60 Canadian....heeeheeee frozen brained IDIOTS


Nissan was first in 360 cameras in SUVs/Cars (and honestly I fell in love with 360 view)... but not in trucks and has since been surpassed.

I know about the tease of the possible diesel in a Frontier and at this time nothing has been said about a little mileage making diesel in the Titan.

It seems like a relatively easy way to make a mileage competitive 1/2 ton with decent capabilities for those willing to spend the premium $$ to have diesel.

I don't look for the new Titan to set the world ablaze with MPG or price savings. I look at as probably a fresh, much more attractive alternative for those burned by the Big 3 minus 1 than the old Titan was.

I think this truck looks really good. Except tail gate. I have had Nissan truck (08 and 12). The only complaint I have is outdated interior and gas miliage. The power is awesome. All manufacturers have there good and bad points. You guys are funny.

If you seriously thing any of the big 3 are a better built truck I challenge you to take a Titan for a run. Any year. I just about traded my 2013 Titan in for a new 2016 ram sport and it only took me a couple days to see the real differences. Built better hands down. Go over a speed bump in my Titan and barely notice it on the steering wheel. The new Ram needed so much correction to maintain a straight line, and that is not really something anyone would complain about usually, like its a speed bump after all, but once you realize it doesn't make the titan flinch, you learn to appreciate the way its put together.

Why Why Nissan are you going to the steering column gear shift. Please put it back.

Frame-mounted rear bumpstop? Hope it doesn't suffer bent frames off-road like the F150...

is the cummins v8 turbo diesel available in titan and titan xd models??

the overall size of the truck appeals to me//---right in the middle of too big and too small//

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