Nissan Titan

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The Nissan Titan is a full-size pickup truck manufactured in the United States for the North American market by Nissan. It was named for the Titans of Greek mythology.

NISSAN

TITAN


NISSAN TITAN

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OVERVIEW

MANUFACTURER NISSAN

PRODUCTION SEPTEMBER 21, 2003 – PRESENT

MODEL YEARS 2004 – PRESENT

ASSEMBLY CANTON, MISSISSIPPI, UNITED STATES

BODY AND CHASSIS

CLASS FULL-SIZE PICKUP TRUCK

BODY STYLE 2-DOOR TRUCK

4-DOOR TRUCK

THE NISSAN TITAN IS A FULL-SIZE PICKUP TRUCK

MANUFACTURED IN THE UNITED STATES FOR THE NORTH

AMERICAN MARKET BY NISSAN. IT WAS NAMED FOR THE TITANS

OF GREEK MYTHOLOGY.


FIRST GENERATION (2003–2015)

DEVELOPMENT OF THE TITAN BEGAN IN SEPTEMBER 1999, WITH DESIGN

WORK UNDER DIANE ALLEN. GIOVANNY ARROBA'S TA60 EXTERIOR WAS

CHOSEN IN LATE 2000, WITH A FINAL PRODUCTION FREEZE IN JULY 2001.

THE DESIGN LANGUAGE OF THE FUTURE TRUCK WAS PREVIEWED BY THE

2001 ALPHA T CONCEPT SHOWN AT THE 2001 DETROIT AUTO SHOW, WHICH

HAD PREVIOUSLY DEVELOPED THROUGH NOVEMBER 2000.

PRODUCTION BEGAN ON SEPTEMBER 21, 2003 AND SALES ON DECEMBER 1,

2003.[3][4] THE TITAN USED NISSAN'S NEW FULL-SIZE F-ALPHA PLATFORM.

THIS NEW PLATFORM WAS SHARED WITH THE NISSAN ARMADA AND

INFINITI QX56 SUVS, WITH ALL THREE MANUFACTURED IN CANTON,

MISSISSIPPI, UNITED STATES. THE FIRST GENERATION TITAN CONTINUED

WITHOUT A MAJOR REDESIGN THROUGH 2015.


models came standard with a 32-valve, 5.6-liter

All

VK56DE, which generates 317 hp (236 kW) (305

engine,

or 227 kW on 2004–2006 models) and 385 lb⋅ft (522

hp

of torque. The first generation Titan came

N⋅m)

with a fully boxed ladder frame and was

equipped

in either rear-wheel drive or a shift-on-the-fly

available

system coupled with a five-speed

four-wheel-drive

automatic transmission. An automatic brake-

RE505A

slip (ABLS) system was available on all Titans.

limited

first generation was available as a King Cab

The

cab) or a crew cab with a full-sized back

(extended

with no regular cab being offered. The King Cab

seat,

a 6-foot-7-inch (2.01 m) bed, while the crew

featured

had a 5-foot-7-inch (1.70 m) bed. In 2008, a longer

cab

model was offered with either an 8-foot-3-

wheelbase

(2.51 m) bed on the King Cab or a 7-foot-3-inch

inch

m) bed on the crew cab. There were originally

(2.21

trim levels available: the S, SV, Pro-4x, SE and LE.

four

SE and LE trim were eventually replaced by the

The

SL trim. The S was the base model, the SV a

luxury

model with more features, the PRO-4X was

mid-level

off-road-oriented version, and the top level SL was

the

with features like 20-inch alloy wheels as

offered

equipment.

standard

SPECIFICATIONS

models and equipment


ARTICLE SOURCE:

HTTPS://EN.WIKIPEDIA.ORG/WIKI/NISS

AN_TITAN

IMAGE SOURCE:

PERFORMAX

INTERNATIONAL SITE

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