It also comes with America’s best truck warranty.

Nissan is showing how seriously it takes the American pickup market with a one-two punch of major announcements. All of the brand’s Titan trucks now come with a segment best warranty. Plus, prices for the 2017 Titan Crew Cab start at $35,975 (after $1,195 destination on all models). 

For now, all Titan Crew Cabs use a powertrain consisting of Nissan’s 5.6-liter Endurance V8 with 390 hp (290 kW) and 401 lb-ft (543 Nm) of torque and a seven-speed automatic. A V6 with an undisclosed output joins the lineup later. Prices for them, including destination, are:

  • S 4x2 - $35,975
  • S 4x4 - $39,005
  • SV 4x2 - $38,885
  • SV 4x4 - $41,895
  • Pro-4X (only available as a 4x4) - $46,215
  • SL 4x2 - $47,575
  • SL 4x4 - $50,655
  • Platinum Reserve 4x2 – $53,505
  • Platinum Reserve 4x4 - $56,595

At the same time Nissan is announcing pricing for the 2017 Titan XD Crew Cab with the 5.6-liter Endurance. In general, the numbers are about $1,000 higher than last year. All 2017 Crew Cab models, including the brawnier XD, with the gasoline-fueled V8 arrive at dealers later in August. After destination, the trucks cost:

  • S 4x2 – $37,485
  • S 4x4 – $40,515
  • SV 4x2 – $41,395
  • SV 4x4 – $44,375
  • Pro-4X 4x4 – $48,375
  • SL Crew Cab 4x2 – $49,655
  • SL Crew Cab 4x4 – $52,685
  • Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4x2 – $55,025
  • Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4x4 – $58,105

To back up customer confidence in the lineup, Nissan is giving the 2017 model year trucks the segment’s best warranty. Bumper-to-bumper coverage from Ford, General Motors, and Ram is 3 years or 36,000 miles, but the Titan now gets 5-years or 100,000-miles (whichever comes first). The policy covers all versions of the Nissan, whether they have the gasoline engine or the V8.

Nissan will expand the Titan lineup even further in the coming months. The standard truck with get a V6 option soon, and the brand will launch the previously unveiled Single Cab models in the fall. The XD will also get a King Cab variant eventually.

Source: Nissan

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