Among the number of issues the Nissan Titan has had over the years—lack of power, limited options, dated looks, and more—one of the common complaints was the fact that it didn’t offer a single cab like all other pickups. With the release of the all-new Titan and Titan XD, Nissan filled many of the holes the its line of pickups had, but it still hadn’t added a single-cab variant, until now.
Recently, Nissan officially confirmed and revealed the first-ever single-cab versions of the Titan and Titan XD. This cab setup will be the entry point for both versions of the Titan, mostly seeing use as fleet vehicles and work pickups. Buyers looking for more-premium pickups will still need to go with the upcoming King Cab or Crew Cab models.
The Titan XD single cab will have the same two engine options as the Crew Cab model, including the 5.0-liter V-8 diesel with 310 horsepower and 555 pound-feet of torque, and the 5.6-liter Endurance V-8 with 390 horsepower and 394 pound-feet of torque. The Titan single cab will have the same 5.6-liter V-8 and the yet-to-be-revealed base V-6 engine.
Other options on the single-cab models will include two- or four-wheel drive, and two trim levels (S and SV).
In terms of size, the Titan single cab is the same length as its Crew Cab counterpart, as the single cab model comes with an 8-foot bed compared to the 5.5-foot bed on the Crew Cab model. The Titan XD single cab will also have an 8-foot bed but will be 11.8 inches shorter than its Crew Cab sibling.
The new single-cab versions of the Titan and Titan XD will be in stores in the late fall of 2016. Pricing will come at a later date, so stay tuned.