Setting New Standards: 2017 Nissan Titan Design

2017 Titan design

Titan Twins

The new 2017 Nissan Titan design is unlike ever before. You’ll find a rugged exterior, comfortable interior, plenty of seating, and the latest gadgets. This pickup also comes with improved capabilities thanks to a powerful engine and lightweight design, while an innovative transmission and suspension make your ride smoother than ever. Learn more about the 2017 Titan today.

According to Burlington County Times, the new 2017 Titan comes with a range of features. This full-size pickup has an available Cummins V8 engine with plenty of power, helping you to tow heavy loads and drive in harsh conditions. The model also comes with a shorter length and lower ride height, giving it a more stable center of balance.

Design improvements include a unique grille, with active shutters to improve airflow and aerodynamics. A spray-in bed liner protects your truck from cargo, and a number of tie-down hooks and a lockable storage box are perfect for hauling equipment and other supplies.

The interior has it all, with available features like vinyl flooring, stain-resistant cloth seating, and more. You can also opt for heated steering and seats, wood trim, and chrome accents. Plus, with an Around View camera you can easily maneuver tight parking spots.

Check out the new 2017 Nissan Titan at Nissan of Durango in Durango, CO. This rugged model comes with a revamped exterior, comfortable interior, and the latest gadgets. Plus, with a new powertrain option, this truck is perfect for any job.

Will the 2017 Nissan LEAF Resemble the Sway Concept?

That’s the million-dollar question, and since we don’t have the answer, we’ll go ahead and jump on the speculation bandwagon. We are all aware that a new LEAF is on the way, but Nissan is keeping pretty hush-hush about exactly what that means (which isn’t really much of a surprise). Now that the automaker has revealed its electric Sway concept, everyone is wondering – could that be the 2017 Nissan LEAF?

The simple answer: yes, it could. There has been plenty of speculation that the next generation LEAF could ditch its unique and unconventional design for something more streamlined. According to Green Car Reports, Nissan even went so far as to say that the Sway concept vehicle exemplifies the future design language of its small cars.

The Sway’s modern and refined design, and sleek lines, could potentially attract a variety of new buyers who criticized the LEAF’s current “obviously-electric” look.

Whether or not the 2017 Nissan LEAF turns out to look a lot like the Sway remains to be seen, but we’d suspect that at least some of the design elements found in the Sway will make their way to the newest LEAF.

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