Promising all the same benefits of the larger Titans, but more pocket sized, the Titan Single Cab should help Nissan capture additional pieces of the light-duty truck segment.
This is Nissan's first-ever single cab Titan.
Single cab trucks offer a single row of seating, compared with the larger, two-row Crew Cab configuration.
The only bed on offer is eight feet long, the longest of any Titan variant.
Payload and towing ratings are higher than the Titan's crew-cab variants.
The Titan Single Cab will be offered with a choice of two powerplants -- a 310-horspeower diesel V-8 and a 390-horsepower gasoline V-8.
A V-6 is in the cards, as well, but it won't be present at launch.
The single cab will focus on value, although it will be available in both XD and standard configurations.
Only two trim levels are available -- the lower-end S and SV.
That said, a number of options will be available for folks who want a smaller truck without it feeling like a penalty box.
Nissan also plans to debut a massive King Cab configuration in the future.
The Titan Single Cab debuts late this fall, but pricing has not yet been announced.
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