How Much Does a Fully Loaded 2023 Nissan Titan Cost?
Are you looking for a new full-size pickup truck? You may be considering the 2023 Nissan Titan as well as the Chevrolet Silverado, Ford F-150, Ram 1500, and Toyota Tundra. The Titan offers plenty of options that help it go toe-to-toe with its competitors. So, how costly can it be? Here’s how much a fully loaded 2023 Nissan Titan costs.
The 2023 Nissan Titan King Cab S trim 4×2
The 2023 Nissan Titan has a starting price of $39,700 for the S trim with a King Cab and 4×2 drivetrain. The truck comes standard with a 5.6-liter V8 engine that produces 400 hp, the most standard horsepower in its class, says Nissan. The engine also generates 413 lb-ft of torque and is paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission.
The truck comes with a spray-on bedliner, four fixed tie-down hooks, and two moveable aluminum cleats. It has a black painted front bumper rather than chrome. It comes standard with trailer sway control and a receiver hitch. The base Nissan Titan has 18-inch wheels.
Nissan also says the Titan comes with the most standard safety technology in its class, aside from EVs. Features include blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning with haptic steering, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, rear automatic braking, and intelligent forward collision warning.
Inside the Titan, drivers will see an 8-inch touchscreen compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The seating for six includes a split-bench front seat. The driver’s seat can be manually adjusted.
The Titan Crew Cab Platinum Reserve trim 4×4
The 2023 Nissan Titan has two cab options, two drivetrain options, and multiple trim levels. The 2023 Titan doesn’t offer other engine options. Edmunds points out that some competitors do have several engine choices.
The King Cab has a smaller cabin and a longer bed. The Crew Cab has a larger cabin and a shorter bed. The King Cab offers the S and SV trims, while the Crew Cab has S, SV, SV Midnight Edition, Platinum Reserve, and the PRO-4X (which only comes in 4×4). For those needing even more truck than the Titan 4×4, the heavy-duty Titan XD 4×4 model is also available in multiple trims.
The Titan Crew Cab Platinum Reserve 4×4 is the most expensive trim (aside from the heavy-duty Titan XD), with a starting price of $61,980. Outside, it sports 20-inch aluminum-alloy wheels. It switches the standard halogen headlights for LED ones. It also has LED fog lights, taillights, and under-the-bed rail lights. It provides a 120-volt outlet. It features chrome running boards and a satin chrome tailgate finisher. In addition to trailer sway control, the Platinum Reserve trim has a trailer brake controller and trailer light function check.
The cabin has heated and cooled leather bucket front seats and room for five people. The driver’s seat has an eight-way power function, and the front passenger seat has a four-way power function. The second-row seats are also heated. It has a heated, leather-wrapped, power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel. The 9-inch touchscreen provides navigation and wireless Apple CarPlay and is paired to the truck’s Fender 12-speaker audio system.
Packages and add-ons for a fully loaded 2023 Nissan Titan
While several packages exist for the 2023 Nissan Titan, two are available for the Platinum Reserve trim. The Moonroof Package provides a dual-panel moonroof with tilt and slide ($1,490). The Platinum Reserve Utility Package provides two Titan Boxes, an electronic locking tailgate, and a rear utility bed step ($1,390).
There are also features that increase the price. Certain paint colors add $395. In addition to the paint color, there are options for wheel upgrades, body protection, styling, storage, running boards, and lighting. The 20-inch Midnight Edition aluminum-alloy wheels add $1,400. Storage options include Titan Boxes ($1,990), bed assist grip ($280), sliding bed extender ($340), and sliding bed divider ($270), although the Titan Boxes cannot be selected with the sliding bed extender and divider.
Interior upgrades include weather protection, technology, lighting, and safety and comfort features. Technology has some of the priciest options: rear-seat entertainment ($1,990), virtual key ($450), and dual-camera drive recorder ($360). Towing features can be selected too. With as many options selected as possible, a fully loaded 2023 Nissan Titan costs $78,987, including $1,795 for shipping and handling.