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New Nissan Titan for Sale in Denver
Purchase for $15,000 below MSRP*
The new Nissan Titan is the truck of all trucks. With its 5.6-liter 32 valve V8 engine drivers get maximum power and utility with 555 lbs.-ft of torque, 2,910 lbs. of payload, and a max towing capacity of 12,640 lbs. This truck gets it done. Whether you're hauling or towing, the new Nissan Titan is the truck for you. 

With multiple bed lengths available, the Nissan Titan is perfect for any job. All this work doesn't mean that the Titan skimps out on style. With available chrome wheels, exhaust tips, and grille the Titan will turn heads as it hauls up to 12,640 lbs. As for the cabin, the Nissan Titan features a 360 degree parking camera, upgraded leather upholstery, chrome and wood interior accents, a heated steering wheel with wood inserts, ventilated front seats and heated rear seats.

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Is the Titan a goliath among competitors? or just another solid full-size option for new pickup trucks?

Truth be told: it doesn't really matter which it is. The Nissan Titan bears a big, strong name indicative of total dominance over the pickup world--but with the level of competition as fierce as it has been in the last few years, the Titan is fighting for shoppers' attention just like any other truck in the segment. Full-size, half-ton trucks are battling harder than ever to prove why they're a better choice than their rivals, so being just a solid option is still pretty good.

That being said, the Titan does offer some significantly cool new features on its classic and "every-duty" models, to try to get the jump on some of the lower-hanging fruit. It has a sharp new look that will make it particularly attractive to buyers who are looking for more than just hard numbers, and the Titan has caught on to the type of cabin finery that a lot of drivers are hoping to find in their truck. Finally, Nissan has a truck that can really go head-to-head against deeply-embedded heavy hitters like the Chevy Silverado 1500, the Ram 1500, and the Ford F-150. America wants trucks--and Nissan is delivering. 

The Titan XD: the big brother you always wanted

Meet the Titan XD: it's the bigger, burlier brother to the conventional model, and we can't quite tell if it's supposed to be a trim level of the light-duty Titan lineup, or if it's supposed to be a standalone model. It's common for Nissan to use Titan XD specs, towing numbers, and torque when discussing the overall capabilities of "the Titan"--but to point to the smaller, lighter Titan when talks turn to fuel economy or price. Chevy does the same thing with "the Silverado" while Ford employs the same tactic with "the Super Duty", so hardcore truck fans shouldn't be too confused.

What makes the Titan XD a pretty great addition to whatever the lineup actually is, is it's designation as an "every-duty truck". This model is about the same dimensions as the Titan, so it won't take up more space in your driveway or on the road. But, thanks to a new, stronger powertrain (including a Nissan-truck-first diesel engine) and chassis, the Titan XD offers more towing power, more payload capacity, more horsepower and torque, and more versatility. If you're in the market for a full-size and you need a bit more power than the usual, the Titan XD is definitely worth a look. 

Design and available configurations

There's no doubt that Nissan ditched its old design and adopted a new face for its newest generation of Titan trucks--and it's one that's becoming increasingly common among pickup trucks. That's not necessarily a bad thing. The purpose of a Truck (capital T for the true American truck enthusiasts) wasn't to push the envelope of style, design, and attitude. It was to get from A to B, occasionally with cargo or a trailer, without breaking down. So, nobody was too upset when Nissan trotted out a very F-Series-looking Titan for the new model-year. 

For the standard Nissan Titan, there are a large variety of available trim and cab-style options: the Titan S Single Cab, Titan S King Cab, Titan SV Single Cab, Titan S Crew Cab, Titan SV King Cab, Titan SV Crew Cab, Titan PRO-4X King Cab, Titan PRO-4X Crew Cab, Titan SL Crew Cab, or the Titan Platinum Reserve Crew Cab. In the back, you've got a choice of Short Bed, Standard Bed, and Long Bed, though not all bed lengths are available on all models. 

Engines and towing

Trucks are as popular as ever in America--even as jobs in construction, landscaping, farming, and ranching are starting to become less common. So, if more of us are working in air-conditioned offices and cozy cubicles, who're the ones buying tough, rugged, heavy-lifting pickup trucks? It's the weekend warriors and the hobby truck drivers. And while they may not need the type of fifteen-ton towing power that you'll find in heavy-duty truck, they want something that can pull its weight when needed. The Titan and Titan XD seem designed for that type of shopper.

The Titan offers only one engine option: a 390-horsepower 5.6-liter Endurance V8 gas engine. When properly equipped, you'll see a maximum tow rating of about 9,740 pounds, which isn't the best in the class but is certainly far enough ahead in the pack to keep it competitive. The same can be said for Titan's maximum 1,950-pound payload rating. Turn your eye to the Titan XD if you're looking for real rival-threatening power: it offers two engine options, the same 5.6-liter V8 and an all-new Cummins 5.0-liter V8 Turbo Diesel engine good for a tow-rating range of 11,380 pounds - 12,640 pounds and a max payload rating of 2,910 pounds. 

Intelligent cargo space for those on-the-go

This is where it gets cool. Titan may be middle of the pack in maximum torque/towing, but it has a ton of class-exclusive features that really do set it apart from the cut-and-dry, bare-bones pickup trucks of the olden days--and, to an extent, the today days. In the bed of the Titan can be found Nissan's helpful Utili-track Channel System, which combines aluminum-alloy cleats and five strong metal channels (one at the back, two on the sides, and two on the floor) that help you lock down cargo with straps without having to MacGyver your way into a miracle. For smaller items, things that could get damaged by the elements, or valuables, the Nissan Titan also offers an oversized center console, lockable under-seat storage, and in-bed cargo storage boxes to be even more helpful.

None of these handy details should be a surprise if you know anything about Nissan. They may not be champions of the performance car, but they sure do know how to deck out an interior. The bench seat in the rear of the Titan performs multiple acrobatic feats to be as versatile as possible: flip it up for sneaky under-seat storage, or to maximize convenience with a flat loading floor; fold it down to store bulky or awkward items; or (as an added option on select configurations) remove it entirely to have a secure, massive cargo area complete with tie-down hooks installed on the flat load floor. It's an extremely versatile option for drivers who may be using their truck for something more than just business as usual.

Technology and connected features 

The Nissan Titan is pretty well-equipped for the price, offering standard gear like Push Button Start and basic NissanConnect features, all at less than $30,000 for the starting base models. A lot of other sub-30K pickup trucks make the cost work by offering the absolute most bare-bones, boring, cheap-plastic-clad option and just passing it off as a "work truck". You can work and be comfortable at the same time--and the Titan gives it to you. But that's just the entry-level truck.

You can upgrade and the Titan blossoms into a deluxe, suave, tech-savvy beast of pickup prowess. Add on Remote Engine Start System with Intelligent Climate Control, Rockford Fosgate audio, a larger touchscreen, Nissan's 360-degree Around View Monitor, and a whole lot more, and see how fancy a full-size can really be. Models like the Titan SL or Platinum are going to cost you, but if you've been shopping for a truck for more than a few minutes, you're not likely to be surprised by the price. It's about par for the course among other premium pickups.

The wrap-up

It's good; that's the final word on the new Nissan Titan lineup. It looks good, it drives nicely, it tows enough, it hauls enough, and it can do a lot for your dollar. It's also a little something different, away from the massive brand players (Ram, Ford, Chevy), that can actually make you feel like more than just another truck driver. Nissan put a lot of attention in the newest Titan, and it really does show. At the very least, it's worth a quick spin through town to get a feel for some of the cool new features, gear, and options that it offers.


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Purchase a new 2017 Nissan Titan XD Platinum Reserve Turbo Diesel (vin:1N6BA1F40HN570064) and take $15,000 off the MSRP for that vehicle. Limit one per person. On approved credit. Consumer must finance through NEMAC Financial. $15,000 off includes all factory incentives. Not all will qualify. Cannot be combined with other offers. All prices and payments do not include tax, title, license and fees. Price includes $599 D&H fee. Vehicle for illustration purposes only. Offer ends 1/2/18.

Actual vehicle price and payments may vary for various reasons, including but not limited to, applicable manufacturer rebates, special limited time offers, dealer incentives, taxes, fees, and buyer's credit qualifications. Listed price for the vehicle does not include fees and costs of closing, including but not limited to, government fees, taxes, document fees, title fees, licensing fees, any dealer documentation fees, any emission, inspection or other testing fees. *Listed price for the vehicle includes $599 Dealer Handling Fee. All prices, specifications and availability subject to change without notice. Contact dealer for most current information.

Purchase a new 2017 Nissan Platinum (vin: 1N6AA1E50HN564139) and receive a 2 year pre-paid 2017 Nissan Sentra lease for $1 to the customer. Sentra (vin: 3N1AB7AP4HY377891) will be for a 24 month lease. Customer responsible for have insurance and be approved for the lease. 12,000 allowable miles per year. Security deposit may be required. Cannot be combined with other offers. 2 or more at this price. Lessee may be responsible for additional charges upon the expiration of the lease including but not limited to: mileage overage fee, damage, excess wear and tear and other fees. On approved credit. All prices include $599 D&H fee. Tax, title, license, and fees are additional. Other fees may apply. Not all will qualify. Offer ends: 11/30/17. See dealer for full details.