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The Nissan Titan is a full-size pickup that’s been around for a while. Even though it has a burly build and a powerful engine, it’s due for an update like its smaller, lower-priced sibling, the Frontier. Still, some may find it a viable alternative to other trucks on the market.

So, how much can car shoppers expect to pay for a new Nissan Titan, from its entry-level base trim to a decked-out top offering? Here’s how much a fully loaded 2024 Nissan Titan costs. 

The entry-level 2024 Nissan Titan SV

The 2024 Nissan Titan SV base trim starts at $45,770 (plus destination). For that, buyers get solid features like a crew cab and a powerful V8 engine.

With its prominent grille, the Titan SV is reminiscent of a big rig rolling down the highway. Its 18-inch machine-finished alloy wheels exude quality, and the removable front aero spoiler adds a sporty feel. A 5.6-ft bed has space for plenty of gear. And the four-door crew cab gives the Nissan a strong, capable look.

Under the hood is a 5.6-liter DOHC V8 that makes a stout 400 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque. That gets routed through a nine-speed automatic transmission and RWD for smooth, reliable driving.

Inside, the Titan SV is simple and durable, with a function-first layout and cloth trim. Bench seats front and rear offer ample room, and chrome interior door handles are a classy touch. A column shifter features manual and tow modes.

An eight-inch touchscreen runs the NissanConnect interface, including the popular Apple CarPlay and Android Auto apps. Bluetooth allows hands-free calling, and a six-speaker audio system lets you turn up the music.

The Nissan Titan SV also comes with driver’s assistant tech like intelligent cruise control, lane departure warning, and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection.

What’s all included in the 2024 Nissan Titan Platinum Reserve?

At $62,750 (plus destination), the top-of-the-line 2024 Nissan Titan Platinum Reserve isn’t cheap. However, it comes with upgraded equipment that justifies the cost.

Exterior-wise, the top-trim Titan receives cosmetic and functional enhancements for rugged performance and curb appeal. Skid plates for the radiator, oil pan, and fuel tank offer protection from rocks and debris. Two-tone exterior paint and gun metallic painted front bumpers look cool driving down the boulevard. Its 20-inch aluminum alloy wheels add street style. Like the base-trim SV, the Platinum Reserve features a four-door crew cab with a 5.6-ft bed.

The Titan Platinum Reserve forges ahead with the same 5.6-liter V8 as the base model SV. However, it adds a 4×4 drivetrain and a two-speed transfer case for enhanced capability.

The interior brings luxury car amenities like premium leather trim, an eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, a four-way adjustable passenger’s seat, and a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel. Additionally, front captain’s chairs offer long-distance comfort.

A 9-inch touchscreen runs the NissanConnect infotainment interface and includes Nissan Door-to-Door Navigation with Premium Traffic. That’s all boosted by a 12-speaker Fender premium audio system that offers crystal-clear sound.

Besides that, the Platinum Reserve adds to the SV’s already ample driver’s assistance tech. Enhancements include an Intelligent Around View Monitor, a front and rear sonar system, and traffic sign recognition.

Add-ons and accessories for the 2024 Titan

Pickup trucks are just fun; customizing one makes it like nothing else on the road. To that end, Nissan offers ample add-ons, accessories, and packages for the new 2024 Titan. Here are some of our favorites.

Titan SV buyers who tow a boat or an RV can add a Class IV tow hitch receiver for $439.

Those who regularly haul equipment in the flatbed can opt for the $1,690 SV Utility Package. That includes a Utili-track channel system with two tie-down cleats, a bed-mounted 120V power outlet, and LED tailgate area illumination.

The $1,490 Moonroof Package gives Titan Platinum Reserve customers an open view on sunny days or starry nights.

For $552, Titan mud flaps offer heavy-duty protection against debris, keeping paint clean and smooth.

While the 2024 Nissan Titan is getting along in years, it’s still a solid package. Its brawny V8 offers ample horsepower and torque, and a standard crew cab means there’s room for everyone. The base-trim SV trim has everything you need, and nothing you don’t, and the top-trim Platinum Reserve has comfort and capability for any task.