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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.
Elaborate option packages can be had at each level.
That said, the Titan still doesn't offer factory-installed trailer-brake control, which the Silverado, Sierra, Ram and F-150 do.
Other packages offer features such as Bluetooth connectivity, bucket seats, heated side-view mirrors, and upgraded sound systems.
The Nissan Titan has been only lightly refreshed over the course of its long life. It doesn't have some of the very latest tech features you'd find in a Ford F-150 or a Ram 1500, but it can be outfitted and upgraded into something a lot nicer than the standard work truck.
Four trim levels are again offered: S, SV, PRO-4X, and SL. Basic work models--the S and SV--have the usual rugged grade of interior finish. Moving into the PRO-4X brings with it a special set of features keyed directly at trailblazers of all kinds: it comes with tow hooks, off-road tires, Rancho shocks, and a locking tailgate and locking storage box.
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.
On various models, 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 raft of towing and load-centric features.
It's not as advanced as the latest Ram and Ford trucks, but the Nissan Titan's available features include Bluetooth and higher-end audio.