Nissan Titan dimensions
Latest model: Nissan Titan Crew Cab (2012)
Length: 224.2 (in) = 5695 (mm)
Width: 78.8 (in) = 2002 (mm)
Height: 76 (in) = 1930 (mm)
Compare Nissan Titan dimensions to: Nissan Navara, Toyota Tundra
Nissan Titan details:
The 2012 Nissan Titan lineup possesses some rugged qualities and value opportunities, but overall it's outclassed by other, newer pickups. Nissan Titan Crew Cabin offers the following pros: Roomy and functional cabin; sporty handling dynamics. Nissan Titan Crew Cabin drawbacks are: Newer models from rivals are more capable, convenient and alluring; limited cabin styles; no V6 feature.
The 2012 Nissan Titan is available in limited configurations and thereby appeals to a very focused full-size truck consumer. The lineup contains the extended-cab King Cabin model with a traditional 6-foot-6-inch trunk bed, and the Crew Cabin that comes with a choice of a short 5-foot-7 or a long 7-foot-3 trunk bed. All six configurations are available in either two- or four-wheel drive.
Nissan provides four versions for the Nissan Titan -- S, SV, Pro-4x and SL -- but all are not available for each customization. The base King Cabin S comes traditional with 18-inch metal wheels, a 40/20/40-split front seat bench, a 60/40-split back seat bench, air-conditioning and a six-speaker audio with a CD player. The Nissan Titan Crew Cabin S adds performance windows and locks. Selecting the auxillary Well-known Equipment suite adds 18-inch alloy wheels, a sliding back window (king Cabin only), keyless entry (crew cabin only), a receiver hitch and a seven-pin wiring harness connector. The S trim is not available in crew cabs with the long bed.
The Nissan Titan SV takes the S Well-known Equipment suite and adds chrome metal bumpers, full performance accessories, tailgate assist, cruise control, an optional stereo slot and an in-dash Six-cd changer. The auxillary SV Sport Look suite features 20-inch alloy wheels and special look and dashboard trim.
The SV Value Truck suite adds foglamps, back parking sensors, a Class-iv hitch, front bucket seatings, an eight-way performance driver bench, a leather-wrapped helm with stereo controls, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and Bluetooth. The SV Utility suite contains a lockable bedside compartment, adjustable tie-down cleats, tailgate space lighting, a 12-volt performance source and a spray-in bedliner. The SV Luxury Utility suite contains all that plus power-adjustable pedals, power-extending/heated side mirrors, front tow hooks, a lower axle ratio and an eight-speaker Rockford Fosgate audio system with radio.
The Nissan Titan SL contains all of the above and adds 20-inch alloy wheels (in auxillary chrome finish), dual-zone automatic conditioning, driver memory functions, leather seats, a four-way performance passenger bench, a 12-volt performance source in the tailgate space, wood trim and a 10-speaker Rockford Fosgate stereo system. The SL Max Utility suite adds step rails and other features found in the SV Luxury Utility suite.
Four-wheel-drive models, except the Crew Cabin long bed, can be ordered with the Pro-4x trim. It's alike to the SV with the Value Truck and Utility suite, then adds Rancho dampers, heavy-duty skid plates, all-terrain tires and an electronic locking back differential. The Pro-4x's Luxury Utility suite is alike to the Sv's, while the Leather suite adds leather upholstery, a four-way performance passenger bench and driver memory functions. The Pro-4x also has the most distinctive dashboard, with white-face gauges and red stitching on the seatings and a leather-covered shift knob.
Available only on the Pro-4x and SL crew cabs is the Technology suite, which contains a sunroof, navigator and a rear-seat entertainment system. On all trims except the S, an Ipod adapter is auxillary. .