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$24,827
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$27,410
On Features
The 2011 Nissan Titan offers utility options, along with a tough off-road model, that should please most personal pickup needs.
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The rear seats fold up to provide a large load floor for hauling items inside the cab, and the rear doors on king cab models open nearly 180 degrees for easier access.
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Elaborate option packages can be had at each level.
Motor Trend

That said, the Titan still doesn't offer factory-installed trailer-brake control, which the Silverado, Sierra, Ram and F-150 do.
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Other packages offer features such as Bluetooth connectivity, bucket seats, heated side-view mirrors, and upgraded sound systems.
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Four models are available for the 2011 Titan, though two get re-named for the new year, with the previous SE becoming the SV, and the previous LE becoming the SL. The four models for 2011 are the S, SV, PRO-4X, and SL. Two cab types (King Cab, Crew Cab) complement four bed sizes (5'5", 6'5", 7', and 8') and two wheelbases. Competing trucks from Ram, Ford, and Chevy, offer a much wider array of choices, including heavy-duty models and smaller engines for better fuel efficiency.

The feature set of the Titan is what you'd expect of a truck: basic until you add options. The PRO-4X will hold special interest for off-road enthusiasts, as it adds a number of heavy-duty components, Rancho shocks, off-road wheels and tires, tow hooks, a full-size spare, plus a lockable storage box and locking tailgate.

Option package updates for 2011 shuffle some of the equipment around, but Bluetooth hands-free phone capability, XM Satellite Radio, heated/leather seats, and a DVD entertainment center are all available. The Max Utility package adds a rane of towing and load-centric features, and King Cab models boast "Wide Open" doors that swing 168 degrees for very easy interior access.

Key features of the top-of-the-line SL model include a cargo light, sonar backup assist, Bluetooth, dual-zone climate control, cabin air filter, a rear 23-volt outlet, HomeLink, power-adjustable pedals and leather captain's chairs, heated front seats, and a rockin' Rockford Fosgate stereo.

Conclusion

The 2011 Nissan Titan offers utility options, along with a tough off-road model, that should please most personal pickup needs.

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