Nissan introduces Titan King Cab because the world needs more suicide doors
Do you want some extra interior space without opting for a full-on crew cab?
If so, the Nissan Titan King Cab should be right up your alley.
The King Cab's extended-cab design offers seating for three with rear-hinged doors on both sides.
With an optional bench up front, the King Cab can seat up to six.
There's also a "rear seat delete" option that removes the seat, heater duct and roof-mounted grab handles.
In its place is a flat rear floor with additional cargo tie-downs.
The King Cab will be offered in both half-ton and XD configurations.
It's available in three different trim levels -- S, SV and Pro-4X.
2WD and 4WD configurations are available, as well.
The Titan King Cab goes on sale as a 2017 model this coming spring.