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2017 Nissan Titan Walk Around


The Titan gets a roomy, comfortable cab, and upper-level models are trimmed very nicely. There’s a choice of bucket seats or a bench. We’ve tried the former and found them comfortable. Cloth with vinyl is standard, upgraded for Titan SV and further for Pro 4X, with leather in the Titan SL and special leather trim in the Platinum Reserve that feels good and looks good.

The rear seats in crew cabs are almost as comfortable, and roomy in every measurement.

Climbing inside takes some effort, especially without running boards. Step-in height is higher than that of the Ram, and the hood is high.

Interior

At first glance, the Titan looks smaller than the domestic pickups, but park them alongside and the Titan looks every bit as large. It resembles the Ford F-150.

Titan shares styling with the XD, though many body panels are different. Active grille shutters improve aerodynamics.

The pickup bed has lights that illuminate the inside. Besides the standard tie-down cleats, a system of mounting rails is provided for securing loads. The tail gate is damped so it lowers easily and won’t slam down hard.

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