New Nissan Titan for Sale Denver | Lease & Finance Specials

The new Nissan Titan is a truck on a mission to pull and haul anything you need. With its 5.6-liter V8 you get 555 lbs-ft. of torque, 2,910 lbs of payload, and 12,640 lbs. of max towing capacity. There's little the new Titan can't do. 

Being the most awarded truck in its' class, the Titan is no joke. Whether you need the Titan to haul thousands of pounds of gear, or just need a heavy duty truck for weekend warrior jobs, the Titan will provide. With America's best 5 Year/100,000 mile bumper to bumper warranty there is no need to worry once you have your new Titan. Check out our new Titan inventory below.

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How the Nissan Titan and Titan XD defy the Pickup Truck Pros         

While not a household name when considering pickup trucks, Nissan has done pretty well adding a competitor to the segment. Nissan made a bold move when it decided it would introduce a model that rivaled powerhouse manufacturers like Ford and Chevrolet who have been in the game for a century, but the Titan and Titan XD have done well to prove that the classic choices shouldn't be the only choices.                

Being the full-size option for light-duty, the Titan, and its slightly larger relative the Titan XD for medium-duty, offer a wide assortment of features that many other trucks seem to ignore. Blending a little bit of ruggedness with a larger bit of comfort, you will be able to outfit your Titan to be one of the most comfortable pickups on the market. Many "classic" truck owners scoff at the idea of a premium interior, making sure you know their truck is primarily for work and any extra comfort is unnecessary, but the reality is that many pickup owners aren't using them for the traditional work that made trucks necessary; they are being mainly used for small jobs or home improvements. Nissan may have found its place in the market by appealing to the weekend DIY crowd. 

Where does that Leave the Titan XD?                

Before going into the meat of the Titan, we want to clarify that the Titan XD is its own beast, not just a trim option. The two models are identical in looks, but the Titan XD offers different powertrains and chassis. With a diesel engine option as opposed to the standard V8 engine, the Titan XD includes a bit extra muscle for those heavier loads. All that really matters is that the Titan XD offers a bigger truck with more muscle behind it that allows you to carry more stuff. 

Capable Where it needs to be               

Keeping the ordinary American in mind, the power of the Titan is sufficient. If you are looking to tow construction equipment or some farming equipment, you should be looking at a bigger segment of truck, because that isn't what the Titan is designed for. The Titan and Titan XD come equipped with a 5.6-liter Endurance V8 gas engine with a seven-speed automatic transmission that puts out 390 horsepower and 394 pound-feet of torque. The Titan XD isn't even the most powerful in the full-size segment when equipped with its Cummins 5.0-liter V8 Turbo Diesel engine that puts out 310 horsepower and 555 pound-feet of torque. While they aren't the highest rated in its class, they do everything an ordinary person might need to do with their truck when they get out of the office. Don't misunderstand though, both will be able to bring the ATVs to the trails, the small boat to the lake, and the lumber from Home Depot to their backyard.                

Adding some convenience features for towing, the Titan and Titan XD offer an Integrated Trailer Brake Control and a Trailer Light Check System that is activated via keyfob. This can come in handy when you are towing the max 9,740 pounds for your Titan, or the 12,640 pound max load of the Titan XD with the diesel V8 engine. The Titan also offers a max payload of 1,950 pounds while the Titan XD can go up to 2,910 pounds. 

Comfortable and Connected               

The interior of the Titan has done a good job of updating from a classic work-truck style feel. The owner of the Titan doesn't want to leave the comfort of his office to have to get into an uncomfortable vehicle, so Nissan included the availability heated and cooled front seats, a heated steering wheel, and other "unnecessary" features for those who don't mind paying a bit more. While the previously mentioned features are options, there are still a lot of standard features that make the Titan a comfortable choice for those who aren't trying to go into the price range of a luxury vehicle.                

A smartly-designed interior makes it easy for the driver to access everything they will need to. The center stack offers the practical array of features, but can also be upgraded to include an overwhelming amount of buttons, knobs, screens, and switches that would confuse even the most-skilled pilot. 

Cargo Options Aplenty               

If we had to choose one reason why you should choose the Titan over more popular pickups, it would be its sheer amount of storage options. Letting you stow things into a lockable under-seat container and an oversized center console thanks to the shifter being on the steering column, you are provided all of the room that you could need to store your most-valued items. The in-bed cargo storage boxes are perfect to put all your tools in, especially if you are the kind of person who tends to keep including new gear while forgetting what you originally had in there. The Utili-Track Channel System lets you move aluminum-alloy cleats across five metal pathways for the easy connection of clips and ratchet straps.               

Even the rear bench can flip up to reveal more storage, or a flat loading floor depending on your preference. The Titan King Cab also includes a "rear seat delete" option that lets the rear seat come out entirely, giving you tie-down hooks on the floor to make practical use of your space if you don't usually have more people to bring with you. 

Overall Thoughts               

Taking attention away from the top brands is an impressive feat by itself, but the Titan goes further by offering attractive features that draw customers in. Nissan has muscled its way into the market and intends on staying there. The Titan and Titan XD have dropped their SUV look and have become a truck that goes toe-to-toe with well-established competitors. You don't need to include all the luxury features, but they are nice to have as an option. The Titan and Titan XD should be among your considerations when choosing a pickup to fulfill the needs of your life.

Vin: 1N6AA1EJ2HN569811 or more at his price. Lease a 2017 Nissan Titan S Crew Cab 4x4 (stock number N3235) for $289/mo. for 36 months. With $3,679 due at signing. Lease allows for 12,000 miles a year. No security deposit due. Lessee may be responsible for additional charges upon the expiration of the lease term based upon the difference between the residual value in the vehicle and its realized value. Based on MSRP example of $39,935. With approved credit. All prices include $599 dealer handling fee. Tax, title, fees and license are not included in price. Offer ends 4/30/18.

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