2008 Nissan Titan Pricing Announced
Source: Nissan North America Press Release Posted: 04-24-07 22:01 PT
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Originally launched in 2004, the Nissan Titan pickup lineup expands for 2008 with the addition of two new long bed configurations and a new PRO-4X grade, which is available in both King Cab and Crew Cab 4-wheel drive standard bed configurations.  In addition, the 2008 Titan features revised front styling with a new grille and light design, a redesigned brake system with larger front rotors, a variety of interior and technology enhancements and larger standard wheel sizes – including 20-inch alloy wheels on Titan LE models.  Titan LE models receive an extensive list of new standard equipment, including XM satellite radio, Bluetooth hands-free phone system and wood appearance trim.
Prices for the 2008 Nissan Titan start at an MSRP of $23,700 for Titan 2WD King Cab XE standard bed and $26,550 for Titan 2WD Crew Cab XE standard bed.  The 4WD King Cab XE standard bed starts at $26,900, while the 4WD Crew Cab XE standard bed is $29,750.  Titan PRO-4X models are $31,450 for the King Cab and $33,950 for the Crew Cab standard bed models (available in 4WD only). 

With the addition of the new Long Bed models, Titan is now available in two body styles – King Cab and Crew Cab; in 4x2 and 4x4 drive configurations; four bed sizes – 5-foot 6-inch, 6-foot 6-inch, 7-foot 3-inch and 8-foot 2-inch; and with Flexible Fuel Vehicle (FFV) capability (E85 Ethanol) in select markets.

Titan is built on Nissan’s rugged F-Alpha pickup platform, featuring a powerful 5.6-liter DOHC Endurance V8 rated at 317 horsepower and 385 lb-ft torque.  Titan features a standard 5-speed automatic transmission and a maximum towing capacity of up to 9,500 pounds for King Cab and 9,400 pounds for Crew Cab (when properly equipped).

“The 2008 Titan, with its freshened styling, new wheel styles, new seat design, refined meter clusters and available features such as Bluetooth hands-free phone system, XM satellite radio tuner, heated leather-appointed bench seat and larger, 8.0-inch DVD screen, offers more choice and greater value than ever before,” said Bill Bosley, vice president and general manager, Nissan Division.  “Titan remains first and foremost a powerful, go-nearly-anywhere, tow-nearly-anything workhorse.  For 2008, it’s also a refined partner for work and play.”

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