The new Titan gets a long-wheelbase version as well as a PRO-4X model sandwiched in between the usual XE, SE, and LE models. The Titan remains flex-fuel capable, through its 5.6-liter, 315-hp V-8. The facelift includes a new grille and fascia and new wheels; inside, the changes are limited to new seats, new instruments, and new options like a Bluetooth system, XM tuner, and a bigger eight-inch DVD screen for the entertainment system.
For 2008, the Pathfinder gets a 300-plus-horsepower version of the Titan’s 5.6-liter V-8. The first V-8 ever offered in the Pathfinder helps it tow up to 7000 pounds. The 266-hp, 4.0-liter V-6 remains on the standard equipment list. New options include a nav system with a 9.3GB “Music Box” entertainment system, new front and rear styling, and new 17- and 18-inch wheels.
The Armada, meanwhile, gets similar styling changes to the Titan, with the addition of 20-inch wheels as an option, as well as a power folding third-row seat, woodgrain trim, a heated steering wheel, and the Music Box audio and DVD navigation system.
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