Modern pickups are not only tough performers, but they also offer riveting options for comfort, technology, and customization that drivers in Pawtucket, Cranston, and East Providence appreciate. Among the leaders in the pickup sector is the Nissan Titan. Many drivers wonder what the specific options are and how they can put together their ideal truck. Get all the information you need in a thorough breakdown of the 2017 Nissan Titan trim levels, and learn where to take a test drive of one today.
Nissan Titan Trim Levels
The new Titan comes standard with a V8 engine coupled to a seven-speed automatic transmission that delivers plenty of punch for your work needs, with tons of storage, a great suite of off-roading options and Nissan’s outstanding warranty coverage. There are five 2017 Nissan Titan trim levels starting at the S-level and building through the SV, SL, the Platinum Reserve trim, and the rough-and-tumble off-road Pro-4X.
Base S-Trim Features
At the basic S-level, the Titan comes with a solid suite of features. These include steel 18-inch rims, active grille shutters, LED bed lights mounted in the cab, damped and lockable tailgate, remote entry, push-button start, A/C, vinyl flooring, power accessories, split-fold front and back seats, and the outstanding NissanConnect infotainment system with a five-inch display, Bluetooth connectivity for phone and audio, six speakers, a CD player, an auxiliary jack, a USB port, and mobile app integration.
The SV level is the next step up and gives you the whole S-Trim plus alloy wheels, chrome accents on the exterior, heated powered mirrors, floor carpeting, upgraded upholstery, driver info display, and a satellite radio tuner. At this level, you also get the additional safety feature of Trailer Sway Control.
Pro-4X Titan Trim
Stepping it up yet again to the third level gives you the Pro-4X, an off-roading trim level. This one takes SV equipment and adds special wheels, upgraded off-road tires, Bilstein shocks, hill-descent control, locking rear differential, seven-pin wiring harness and receiver hitch. Extra off-road features include skid plates and tow hooks.
In addition, you get automatic wipers, spray-in bedliner, fog lights, automatic headlights, a power-adjust driver seat, custom upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, rear air vents, keyless entry and ignition, 110-volt power outlet (household style), and upgraded infotainment options including a seven-inch touchscreen, Siri Eyes Free voice commands, and GPS navigation system. In terms of safety, this level adds blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alerts, and a rearview camera.
The SL level gives you everything from the Pro-4X except for the tires, shocks, and mechanical upgrades, but gives you 20-inch wheels, puddle lamps in the mirrors, a power rear window, running boards, cargo box LED lighting, special Utili-Track bed rails, moveable tie-downs, remote start, parking sensors at both the front and rear, a power-adjust steering wheel, an auto-dim mirror, driver memory settings, heated front seats, and leather upholstery. You also get an upgraded 12-speaker Rockford Foster audio system, 120-volt power outlet, and emergency telematics.
This is the top-of-the-line model and gives you everything from the SL and adds special wheels and interior as well as exterior accents, a 360-degree surround-view camera, genuine leather upholstery, heated steering wheel and back seats, and cooled front seats.
Learn More at Stateline Nissan
Many of the features at higher levels can be added to lower levels as add-ons or part of packages. If you’d like more information about additional add-ons and packages, or would like to take a test drive, stop into Stateline Nissan for more information today, or contact us online!