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2016 Nissan Titan XD Walk Around


Titan XD’s front seats are comfortable. Titan XD Platinum Reserve seats are upholstered in leather that looks and feels feels good.

The crew cab’s back seats are nearly as comfortable, with plenty of headroom, legroom, knee room and hip room.

Climbing into the Titan XD takes effort, however, especially if running boards are not used. Step-in height is a couple of inches higher than that of a Ram, according to our measuring tape, but it feels like a mile. From the driver’s seat, the Titan hood seems higher than that of other trucks.

Interior

Titan XD is an attractive truck with a big chrome grille. Titan’s styling seems to make it look smaller than the domestic-brand full-size pickups. Park them closer to one another, however, and Titan looks just as large. In fact, it is about the same width as the other full-size pickups.

Likewise, at 77.9 inches, or taller for the upper models, the Titan XD is roughly an inch taller than a Ford F-150 and nearly three inches taller than a Ram 1500. Two- and four-wheel versions of the Titan XD are the same, barring tire differences.

All Titan XDs are crew cabs, ride on a 151.6-inch wheelbase, and have 5.5-foot beds. Maximum payload capacity is 2000 pounds, and the Titan XD can handle a snowplow, though a manual transmission is not available.

Lights mounted low in the bed illuminate the contents, even when a bed cover is installed. A rail system in addition to traditional tie-downs make securing cargo easier. The tail gate is damped and opens smoothly and lowers easily instead of slamming down with a thud.

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