Bookended by the two-door individual-compartment and four-door unit-compartment styles, the brand-new King Cab sports two conventional doors for the motorist and front-seat traveler and two breed-hinged doors for back-seat access. That is, if there is a seat back there.
To tiny astonishment, Nissan uncovered a King Cab deviation of its Titan and Titan XD pickup trucks at the Chicago auto show.
In a bid to pull more commercialized people, the Titan and Titan XD King Cab will offer a rear-seat-delete option that also fares out the breed device passage and appendages in exchange for an even weight floor and more tie-down hooks. Think of it as an individual cab truck with more in-cab retention space. Both the half-ton Titan and the heavier-duty Titan XD King Cab will be supplied in three trims, the base S, the midlevel SV, and the off-road-oriented Pro-4X. Only one bed length is accessible, the 6.5-foot container as also used on the Titan XD crew cab (single-cab Titan and Titan XD versions come with a 8.0-foot bed, while crew-cab Titans come with a 5.6-foot unit). As on other Titan and Titan XD trucks, both King Cab versions come standard with a 390-hp 5.6-liter V-8 motor and a seven-speed automatic transmission. Similarly, the Titan XD King Cab, like the XD single and crew cabs, can be supplied with a 310-hp Cummins turbocharged 5.0-liter V-8 diesel joined to a six-speed automatic. S and SV King Cabs come standard with rear-wheel drive, with four-wheel drive elective, while the Pro-4X only comes in a four-wheel drive model.
Nissan notes that the King Cab Titan and Titan XD go on selling in the spring. We expect the King Cab to neatly structure the value disparity between the single-cab and crew-cab Titans and XDs.