Nissan's gasoline-powered 2017 1/2-ton Titan will retail for at least $35,975 when it arrives in the fall, Nissan has announced.
The 2017 Titan will be offered in four trim levels (S, SV, SL, and Platinum), optional all-wheel drive and an off-road model known as the Pro-4X that includes standard all-wheel drive. The truck is powered by a 5.6L V-8 engine.
The 2017 model-year gasoline-powered Nissan Titan XD has a fleet incentive of $1,000 for qualifying fleets.
The rear-wheel models will start at $35,975 for the S, $38,865 for the SV, $47,575 for the SL, and $53,505 for the Platinum. The Pro-4X model will retail for at least $46,215. Adding all-wheel-drive costs $3,030 for the S and SL, $3,080 for the SV, and $3,090 for the Platinum.
Nissan has also announced 2017 pricing for the Titan XD gasoline Crew Cab, which also be sold in four trim levels and a Pro-4X model. Not including the $1,195 destination fee, the rear-wheel trucks cost $36,290 for the S, $40,200 for the SV, $48,460 for the SL, and $53,830 for the Platinum. The 4x4 models cost $39,320 for the S, $43,180 for the SV, $47,180 for the Pro-4X, $51,490 for the SL, and $56,910 for the Platinum.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet