Why 2016 Nissan Titan is the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

2016 Nissan Titan

2016 Nissan Titan: The 2016 Nissan Titan Diesel is on the way, and it’s already being considered the next generation of pickup trucks. The Nissan Titan is currently selling as many units in a month as other half-ton competitors sell in a single day or weekend. With only 7,175 trucks sold through July, Titan held only 0.59 percent of the US full-size truck market, according to automotive news. Why is that important? Because, 30-40 percent of truck buyers return to buy a new model from their favorite brand. Nissan is looking to hop on that train with the new 2016 Nissan Titans. The Cummins powered 2016 Titan XD is the first of a family of all new trucks with heavy-duty attitude and a full-size sense.

Inside of 2016 NISSAN

The 2015 model is available in a 5.6-Liter V8, and at 15 MPG combined is not a particularly fuel-efficient one. The new 2016 Titan has a mass gross vehicle weight rating of 8,500, which makes it exempt from EPA fuel economy testing. Nissan will not disclose its EPA but expects the V8 to surpass fuel economy of it competitors gasoline V8 engines, even when unloaded. The first Launch will be a long-wheelbase crew XD crew cab model, sporting a new look and fitted with a Cummins turbo diesel V8 engine. 


The 2016 Titan XD will use a fortified version of the beefy, fully boxed frame that carries the current Titan. There will be two frame sizes, with the larger of the two being the XD. Three Configurations will be available on this monster heavy duty truck, the king, crew, and standard. Five trim levels and three different bed lengths make for a Titan for every need! 


The 2016 Nissan Titan is expected to hit the market in the upcoming weeks ahead. If you would like a call when this Diesel Titan hits the grounds, please give Sales Manager at Preston Nissan, Keith Biggar Jr a call to be added to this exclusive list of Titan Lovers! He can be contacted at 410-673-7171. 

( So would you rather have a slice of bread or a 2016 Nissan Titan? ) Thought, so!

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