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Pickup Bed Covers for 2016 Nissan Titan XD

February 18, 2016 - Products

<p>2016 Titan XD LSII Series (PHOTO: A.R.E.)</p>


Owners of the newly restyled 2016 Nissan Titan XD pickup can now choose from two of A.R.E. Accessories' most popular fiberglass pickup bed covers - its Z Series truck cap and the LSII tonneau cover for the Titan XD crew cab short bed pickup, which is being introduced this spring. 

A.R.E.'s Z Series truck cap is designed to blend with the lines of the Titan to give the truck and cap more of an SUV like appearance. It comes standard with a frameless compound curve rear door with OEM quality integrated palm handle and vent screen side windows.  An innovative slam latch system allows the cap to be closed and locked in one motion, with die cast metal strikers that provide additional security.  Optional equipment includes tilt-down or sliding front windows, a Yakima roof rack, and remote keyless entry.
For those truck owners that desire a flat fiberglass tonneau cover, the company's LSII Series is custom designed with complex curves to add strength as well as style.  A.R.E.'s LSII tonneau is equipped with a Lift Assist System with supportive gas struts that make it easy to open and close. Underneath the reinforced roof, the cover features a gray carpet-like foss lining.  A matching painted palm handle with automotive grade lock blends with the LSII design and optional equipment includes LED rope lighting, sport wing, sport wing with brake light, a 12V power strip, interior clothes rod, and a remote keyless entry system. 
All A.R.E. products are painted to match the owner's truck using the exact OEM paint code for a high-quality appearance and are backed by a limited lifetime warranty for the life of the original pickup truck it is installed on.  Visit or call 330-830-7800 for additional details.

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