The wait is over as the 2017 Nissan Titan King Cab makes its official debut at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show. King Cab is another way to say Extended Cab and it will be available for both the Titan XD and Titan half-ton trucks. The King Cab rounds out the new Titan truck lineup. It joins the crew cab and regular/single cab configurations.
The Titan XD King Cab turbo-diesel will be able to tow a maximum of 12,510 lbs for conventional trailers, and 12,630 lbs for gooseneck trailers. Yep, the King Cab will be available with every engine option and in 2WD and 4×4 configurations.
The rear cab door open in a “clamshell” arrangement. It’s basically the same design as the original Titan in 2004. The doors swing open nearly 180 degrees for easier access. It works in the same way as the new Ford F-150 Super Cab.
If you wanted to hear news about a new V6 engine in the Titan; sorry, there are no announcements about the V6 here.
Check out the Titan XD crew cab take on the Ike Gauntlet extreme towing test with a giant gooseneck trailer.