Cheapest version money can buy costs $29,580, while the most expensive one is going to set you back $44,070.

For the first time ever, Nissan is offering the Titan in a Single Cab guise in a bid to grab more sales in the fullsize truck market where traditionally one in ten vehicles delivered comes in this body style. Joining the already available Crew Cab, the new 2017 Titan Single Cab can be had for both the regular model and the XD with a choice of two trims: S and SV.

The entry-level version is the two-wheel-drive Titan S from $29,580 (excluding $1,195 destination and handling), while the equivalent 4x4 model starts at $32,610. If you would rather have the XD model, it kicks off at $31,090 for the 4x2 model and from $34,120 if you go for the 4x4 version.

Nissan is selling the 2017 Titan only with a 5.6-liter V8 gasoline engine delivering 390 horsepower (290 kilowatts) and 394 pound-feet (534 Newton-meters) of torque to the wheels through a seven-speed automatic transmission. The Titan XD is available with the same unit as well as with a Cummins V8 turbodiesel rated at 310 hp (231 kW) and 555 lb-ft (752 Nm) and hooked up to a heavy-duty Aisin automatic gearbox.

2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab
2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab

As you would imagine, the diesel commands a premium over its gasoline counterpart and it starts at $37,140 in the 4x2 guise and from $40,170 with the grippier all-paw setup. Go all out and get the range-topping Titan XD diesel in the SV trim with the 4x4 layout and you’ll end up paying $44,070.

Manufactured in Mississippi, the 2017 Titan Single Cabs are already available for sale across United States alongside the more practical Crew Cab models priced from $35,975 for the base S trim with 4x2 all the way up to $58,105 for the flagship Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4x4. Speaking of the Crew Cab, Nissan is also selling a Texas Titan Edition with a plethora of chrome bits and pieces for both the regular and XD models of the Crew Cab.

As a final note, all 2017 Nissan Titan models are backed by a five-year / 100,000-mile (whichever comes first) bumper-to-bumper warranty.

Source: Nissan

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