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HOW BIG IS THE BED ON THE NISSAN TITAN? WE HAVE ALL OF THE IMPORTANT DIMENSIONS AND FEATURES


 

From The Single Cab To The XD Crew Cab, These Are The Second-Gen Titan's Bed Sizes

 

 

When you want to load a friend's ATV for a trip to Brookvale in the summer, stack a load of lumber for a new deck on the cottage in Stanley Bridge, or haul a second-hand fridge home for the garage, you need to know what your truck can handle. 

 

You'll find all of the dimensions for the second-generation Nissan Titan's bed in the chart below. The Titan's bed is much more than a squared-off cargo zone, however. Key features, either standard or available, include:

 

  • Utili-Track Channel System: aluminum-alloy cleats to secure anything you bring along with 5 channels on the wall and floor of the bed
  • Bed Lighting: there are available in-bed lights tucked away to maximize space, protect the lghts, and provide lighting throughout the bed
  • Dampened Tailgate: your tailgate shouldn't slam open - the Titan's won't. Open it with one hand and it will lower smoothly and quietly.
  • Titan Box: in-bed Titan boxes sit above the wheel wells. Not only are they removable and lockable, they can also be used as portable coolers.
  • 110V Outlet: just because your truck is turned off doesn't mean you won't need power.

 


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