So what are some of 2008’s hottest trucks? Here’s a closer look:
Bigger And Better
One of the most popular full-size pickups on the market built on its already extensive resume when it introduced a Long Wheelbase (LWB) version.
The LWB models feature a longest-in-class 7-foot, 3-inch bed with the Crew Cab body configuration and an 8-foot, 2-inch bed with the King Cab body-18 inches longer than standard models.
LWB models also include a new largest-in-class 37-gallon fuel tank for increased driving range-up to 629 miles.
In total, this acclaimed Nissan Titan is available in four models-XE, SE, the PRO-4X and LE, with two cab styles-King Cab and Crew Cab. Plus, it’s sold as a Flexible Fuel Vehicle (FFV) in certain parts of the country.
The PRO-4X model, already a favorite among truck fans, offers a revised front end, wheel lip moldings and all-new wheel styles. But it also boasts upgraded off-road equipment, including Rancho Shocks, shift-on-the-fly 4x4 and additional skid plates.
Don’t be fooled by the truck’s bulked-up exterior. It still packs the comfort and high-tech capabilities Titan drivers have come to expect.
Enhancements include an available Bluetooth hands-free phone system, factory-installed XM satellite radio tuner, a heated leather-appointed seat and an 8-inch DVD screen. A new beige interior color and two exterior colors are available as well.
Never short on power, the truck features Nissan’s advanced Endurance V8 as standard equipment. The all-aluminum 5.6-liter V8 engine boasts 317 horsepower and 385 lb-ft of torque.
Plus, the use of advanced engine technology-such as aluminum block with cast-iron cylinder liners, forged steel crankshaft, graphite-coated pistons and Super Silent single-stage timing chain-results in enhanced fuel economy with no sacrifice of performance.
To learn more, visit www.nissanusa.com/titan.