Nissan Titan Interior Dimensions

October 28th, 2022 by

Welcome to AutoCenters Nissan, home for all your automotive needs in the St. Louis area. If you’re in the market for a reliable pickup truck that has the power to handle your work week and the capability to tackle your weekend excursions, look no further than the Nissan lineup of trucks. The 2022 Titan offers one of the most spacious and

comfortable interiors in its class. With that in mind, we had our truck experts break down the Titan’s interior, including the dimensions, features, and available options.

2022 Nissan Titan Interior Dimensions

Nissan offers the Titan in two cab configurations. You can opt for the King Cab model if you need maximum space, while the King Cab pickup offers slightly less space, primarily in the rear seat. However, the tables below show that the Nissan Titan still provides a comfortable cabin for all your passengers.

King Cab S and King Cab SV Trims

Both models have the same inside measurements.

Headroom – front 40.9 inches
Headroom – rear 38.7 inches
Legroom – front 41.8 inches
Legroom – rear 24.8 inches
Hip room – front 60.8 inches
Hip room – rear 59.4 inches
Shoulder room – front 63.3 inches
Shoulder room – rear 64.6 inches

As you can see, there is not much difference in space between the front and rear seats. You have more head and hip room in the front and more shoulder room in the back seat. The leg room in the rear has the most significant change. However, the back seat offers plenty of room for a full-grown adult without feeling squished.

Crew Cab S, Crew Cab SV, Crew Cab Pro-4X, and Crew Cab Platinum Reserve Trims

All Crew Cab models have the same measurements, with one minor change in the Platinum Reserve’s moonroof option.

Headroom – front 41.0 inches/38.7 inches w/moonroof
Headroom – rear 40.4 inches/37.6 inches w/moonroof
Legroom – front 41.8 inches
Legroom – rear 38.5 inches
Hip room – front 60.8 inches
Hip room – rear 60.3 inches
Shoulder room – front 63.3 inches
Shoulder room – rear 63.6 inches

As you can see, the Crew Cab Titan offers more space in both rows, including an exceptional 38.5 inches of leg room in the rear. You can also configure the King and Crew Cab models with a front bench or two bucket seats to fit up to six people.

2022 Nissan Titan Comfort Features

The King Cab S and Crew Cab S trims come standard with premium stain-resistant cloth upholstery and a bench front seat. You also get a column shifter with manual shift and tow modes. These models also feature easy-clean vinyl flooring, remote keyless entry with push-button ignition, and power windows and door locks.

A configurable center console, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and captain’s chairs come standard on the King Cab SV model. The driver’s seat features an eight-way power adjustment with power lumbar support and heating in this setup. The King Cab SV comes standard with a dual-zone automatic temperature control system, Nissan’s intelligent key with push-button ignition, and remote engine start with an intelligent climate control system. You can add these items as options on the Crew Cab SV trim. The available options on both these models include a fold-flat rear floor, lockable rear-seat cargo organizer, rain-sensing wipers, and the HomeLink universal transmitter.

The Titan Pro-4X trim comes standard with trim-exclusive premium cloth seats with contrast stitching, or you can upgrade to the Pro-4X leather-trimmed embroidered seats. You also have options for a leather-wrapped heated steering wheel and a memory system for the driver’s seat and outside mirrors.

Nissan’s top-tier Titan trim, the Crew Cab Platinum Reserve, features heated and cooled front seats, heated rear outboard seats, and premium leather upholstery with the Platinum Reserve logo prominently embroidered. You’ll also find the logo on the premium floor mats, center console, and metal kick plates.

Additional standard comfort features include a heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel, four-way power-adjustable front passenger seat, and leather-wrapped column shifter with manual shift and tow modes. Nissan also adds a premium open-pore wood trim and satin-bronze metallic finishes for a refined look and feel.

The Pro-4X and Platinum Reserve models come standard with all the optional features in the King Cab SV and Crew Cab SV trims, plus a few extras. You’ll find interior mood and ambient lighting systems, a 120-volt AC power outlet, and premium carpeted flooring.

2022 Nissan Titan In-Vehicle Technology

Every model comes standard with a seven-inch advanced drive-assist display screen. The King Cab S, Crew Cab S, and Crew Cab SV models have an eight-inch touchscreen that powers all your infotainment, while the higher models use a nine-inch interactive display. Every Titan infotainment system comes with six speakers and Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth technology preloaded. These systems enable hands-free calling, texting, and streaming of your favorite playlists.

Upper trims include a Wi-Fi hotspot, 12-speaker Fender premium audio system, door-to-door navigation, and free-trial subscription to SiriusXM satellite radio. You also get Nissan Connect services that allow remote connectivity to your Titan. Functions include remote start, remote vehicle lock and unlock, and a vehicle locator.

2022 Nissan Titan Driver-Assist Systems

Your Nissan Titan comes standard with a suite of driver-assist systems designed to elevate your driving experience and keep you safe. These systems include forward-collision warning, automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping, blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, and a rear-view monitor. Nissan developed these systems to scan your Titan’s surroundings and alert you to potential hazards. In some situations, these systems can engage emergency brake support or steering correction to mitigate or avoid a possible accident.

At AutoCenters Nissan, we know what truck owners want in a pickup. If you’re ready to explore everything that the 2022 Titan offers, we invite you to browse our inventory online. After selecting a few trims you’d like to take a closer look at, you can visit our dealership in Herculaneum. One of our friendly staff will show you the most expansive selection of Titan pickups in the greater St. Louis area with competitive prices.

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