There are fears the Nissan Titan could be discontinued in the US if sales don't improve.
The Nissan Titan was given a much-needed mid-cycle facelift for the 2020 model year, but its sales still pale in comparison to its US rivals, the Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado, and Ram 1500. This has prompted fears that the Nissan Titan could be discontinued in the US (after being discontinued in Canada) if its struggling sales don't improve. In the US, the Nissan Titan will live on for the 2021 model year, and now Nissan has announced pricing details for the full-size pickup.
The entry-level Titan S King Cab with two-wheel drive will start at $36,550, while the 4x4 version increases to $39,780.
Opting for the SV King Cab will set you back at least $40,390 with two-wheel drive and $43,620 with four-wheel drive. Topping the King Cab range is the Pro-4X King Cab, which is available from $48,070.
Moving up to the Crew Cab range, the S Crew Cab 4x2 starts at $39,280, while the 4x4 version costs $42,410. The most expensive Crew Cab is the Platinum Reserve Crew Cab, which starts at $56,040 with two-wheel drive and $59,280 with four-wheel drive.
Topping the 2021 Titan range are the XD Crew Cab 4X4 models, which are around 15 inches longer than other Titan models, with a 151.6-inch wheelbase and a 6.5-foot bed.
Pricing begins at $45,030 for the XD S Crew Cab 4x4 and $62,310 for the XD Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4×4. All prices exclude the $1,595 destination and handling charge.
Compared to the 2020 model, the base-model 2021 Nissan Titan S King Cab is $360 more expensive, while the range-topping 2021 XD Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4×4 is $620 more expensive.
Regardless of the trim, every 2021 Nissan Titan is powered by a 5.6-liter V8 producing 400 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque, which is mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission. The Nissan Safety Shield 360 suite of driver assists and an eight-inch touchscreen also come as standard.