There’s nothing new about the 2021 Nissan Titan except its price. The automaker has given the model a very slight price increase for the new model year. The truck starts at $36,550 – a $360 bump.
The Titan will continue to be available in five trim levels for 2021: S, SV, SL, PRO-4X, and Platinum Reserve. There are two cab configuration available: king and crew. Most models are available in the buyer’s choice of two- or four-wheel drive.
The Titan King Cab pricing options range from $36,550 to $48,070 for a King Cab Pro-4X. The Platinum Reserve trim level is not available on King Cab models. Opting for a Titan Crew Cab will run you anywhere from $39,280 to $59,280.
Nissan will sell the Titan in five trim levels including the range-topping Platinum Reserve.Photo courtesy of Nissan North America
Nissan has priced the 2021 Nissan Titan XD similarly, giving its base model a $450 price increase. All Titan XDs come with a crew cab. They are available in S, SV, SL, PRO-4X, and Platinum Reserve grades, which are only available with four-wheel drive. The 2021 Titan XD is priced to start at $45,030 and tops out at $62,310.
These prices are before any packages or options boxes are checked, and do not include dealer incentives.
Each Titan and Titan XD model is powered by a 5.6-liter V8 engine that delivers 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque. It comes standard with Nissan Safety Shield 360 technology, which includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning, high beam assist, and rear automatic braking. An 8.0-inch infotainment touch screen is also available.
Nissan gives each new model bumper-to-bumper coverage of 5-years/100,000-miles, whichever comes first (includes basic and powertrain coverage).
The interior of the Titan XD Pro-4X features unique accents and a sportier design.Photo courtesy of Nissan North America
All Titan and Titan XD trucks are subject to a $1,595 destination and handling charge. This is unchanged from 2020.
Nissan continues to build the Titan in the U.S. for 2021. All models are assembled at the Nissan Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant in Mississippi, with engines sourced from Nissan’s Powertrain Assembly Plant in Decherd, Tennessee.