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Full-size trucks offer many choices between cab styles, bed lengths, drivetrains, and trims, and the 2008 Nissan Titan is no exception.
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Bluetooth-based cell phone connectivity is available
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An optional spray-in bedliner applied at the factory covers the entire cargo bed floor and walls
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The sporting PRO-4X model...comes well equipped
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The 2008 Nissan Titan offers buyers a dizzying array of trim and options from which to choose.

Two cab styles, two bed lengths for each cab, 2WD or 4WD, and four trims are available on the Nissan Titan: XE, SE, PRO-4X, and LE. Car and Driver undertakes the arduous task of listing the features of the Nissan 2008's various trims: "[King Cab] XE standard equipment includes rear-wheel drive, ABS, 18-inch steel wheels, a full-size spare tire, a body-color bumper and grille, a locking tailgate, A/C, tilt steering wheel, intermittent wipers, front bench seat, AM/FM/CD six-speaker stereo, front active head restraints and tire-pressure monitoring." The larger 2008 Nissan Titan Crew Cab has as standard "a powered, tinted rear window, eight speakers instead of six, HVAC vents that go to the rear seats, power windows and locks and a 60/40 split rear bench."

The Nissan Titan SE King Cab gets standard the features of the 2008 Nissan Titan XE Crew Cab, plus "18-inch aluminum wheels, chrome bumpers and grille, power side mirrors, a tailgate with damping assist that makes it easier to open and close, body-side molding, remote keyless entry, cruise control, voltage and oil pressure gauges, transmission temp gauge, and overhead center console, metallic interior trim, XM and a six-disc CD changer with aux input is added, a trip computer, and an anti-theft alarm with a vehicle immobilizer."

The next higher trim on the 2008 Nissan Titan is the off-road specialty PRO-4X trim. It comes standard with "4WD, wider offroad tires, a lower final drive ratio, Rancho heavy-duty shocks, tow hooks, mud flaps, front and rear limited slip, additional skid plates, the lockable box in the rear fender, auto headlights, fog and footwell lights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, two-tone cloth seats, and white-faced gauges."

Top-of-the-line Nissan Titan LEs don't have the off-road equipment or 4WD of the previous trim, but they have the luxury items, plus "rear limited slip, 20-inch aluminum wheels, chrome door handles and power heated side mirrors, the Utili-track in-bed rail system, sprayed in bedliner, 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, [among other features]."

Other major options, depending on the trim, include "a tow package, a navigation system, a DVD rear entertainment system and a sunroof." Also available is the aforementioned Side Airbag package and Utility package.

Cars.com notes that the cargo options include "a 12-volt power outlet in the bed and a tie-down system with C-channel rails along the floor and walls. The rails carry movable cleats, each rated to hold 200 pounds."

Conclusion

Full-size trucks offer many choices between cab styles, bed lengths, drivetrains, and trims, and the 2008 Nissan Titan is no exception.

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