Here’s What You’ll Pay For the 2023 Nissan Titan

The 2023 Nissan Titan is a full-size truck that’s appealing thanks to its comfortable cabin, 400 hp V8 engine, and standard equipment. The full-size pickup offers even more as a bigger version of the Nissan Frontier. The question is, how much will you have to pay for the new 2023 Nissan Titan? Is the price worth it considering the changes for the new model year and the standard features? Here are the 2023 Nissan Titan prices and everything that comes with it.

How much does the 2023 Nissan Titan cost?

2023 Nissan Titan full-size truck, do standard features warrant the price?
2023 Nissan Titan | Nissan Motor Corporation

According to Cars.com, the 2023 Nissan Titan S King Cab rear-wheel-drive base model starts at $41,495. The price includes a $1,795 destination charge from the automaker. Every trim level received a price increase, though thankfully, the base model only went up $890 from the last model year. Next, the SV Crew Cab with rear-wheel-drive is up to $46,795 for the 2023 model year. That’s a $1,440 increase from the 2022 Titan to the 2023 Titan. With even more of a price hike, the Pro-4X is up $1,610 to $54,605, and the Platinum Reserve is $1,670 more expensive, starting at $60,465.

What’s new with the Titan?

For Nissan’s full-size pickup truck, prices aren’t the only things changing for the new model year. Cars.com says wireless Apple CarPlay is coming to the 2023 Nissan Titan for the first time. However, it’s only available to the Pro-4X and Platinum Reserve trims. As a result, you’ll have to pay at least $54,605 to get wireless Apple CarPlay in your Titan. Additionally, Nissan brought back the Midnight Edition model. Exclusively for the SV trim with a Crew Cab, it adds blacked-out accents, including 20-inch black wheels.

2023 Nissan Titan standard features

a red 2023 nissan titan drives through mud. How much will it cost you for the full-size truck?
2023 Nissan Titan | Nissan USA

First, the 2023 Nissan Titan uses a 5.6-liter V8 engine that makes 400 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque. All models use the same engine, and there is no optional alternative. Rear-wheel drive is also standard for all trims, but the Pro-4X comes with standard four-wheel drive. According to Edmunds, the base model S is well-equipped. It has 18-inch steel wheels, a seven-inch instrument display, an eight-inch color touchscreen, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, six speakers, a bench front seat, cloth upholstery, a damped tailgate, and four-and-seven-pin connectors for towing.

Additionally, the 2023 Titan standard safety features are plentiful. Every Titan has forward collision warning, blind-spot warning, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning with steering assistance, automatic rear braking, rear parking sensors, rear cross-traffic warning, and trailer sway control. No matter which version of the full-size truck you choose, safety features aren’t a concern, as even the base model comes with all these.

Platinum Reserve: Enough features for the money?

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At the top of the lineup is the 2023 Nissan Titan Platinum Reserve. As the range-topping model, it’s costly at $60,465. Some of the standard features that highlight the loaded model include a heated steering wheel, heated/cooled front seats, heated rear seats, leather upholstery, a 12-speaker premium audio system, cargo bed lights, and front/rear parking sensors. We don’t think the Platinum Reserve model is worth the money over the more affordable options.

Even the experts at Edmunds think the Titan SV is the one to buy. It adds 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels, LED taillights, front tow hooks, and power-folding side mirrors to the long list of base model features. For only a few thousand more than the S trim, you can’t go wrong with the 2023 Nissan Titan SV.

What you’ll pay for a 2023 Nissan Titan

In conclusion, here’s what you’ll pay for a 2023 Nissan Titan:

  • S King Cab RWD: $41,495 (up $890)
  • S crew cab RWD: $43,285 (up $1,410)
  • S King Cab 4WD: $44,785 (up $920)
  • S crew cab 4WD: $46,475 (up $1,440)
  • SV crew cab RWD: $46,795 (up $1,440)
  • SV King Cab RWD: $46,875 (up $940)
  • SV crew cab 4WD: $49,985 (up $1,470)
  • SV King Cab 4WD: $50,165 (up $970)
  • Pro-4X crew cab 4WD: $54,605 (up $1,610)
  • Platinum Reserve crew cab RWD: $60,465 (up $1,670)
  • Platinum Reserve crew cab 4WD: $63,775 (up $1,700)

Although there are many options in the lineup, the SV trim provides more value. Even the most basic S trim is worth buying over the most costly trims. Plenty of standard features make the cheaper 2023 Nissan Titan models the best choice.

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