The gas-powered full-size truck market is as strong as ever, even as new electric trucks start hitting the road. Toyota just released an all-new Tundra, the Ford F-150 offers an innovative hybrid powertrain, and GM recently overhauled the tech in its full-size pickup twins. Though it’s not quite on the level of its competition, the Nissan Titan offers decent capability and a standard V8. Pricing for the Titan line starts just shy of $40,000.
Nissan fully refreshed the Titan in 2020Nissan
Pricing for the 2022 Titan starts at (including $1,695 destination):
- Titan S King Cab 4×2: $39,705
- Titan S Crew Cab 4×2: $41,475
- Titan Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4×4: $61,675
- Titan XD S Crew Cab 4×2: $47,275
- Titan XD Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4×4: $64,735
The Titan got an overhaul for the 2020 model year and it sees new standard features for 2022. The base Titan S adds a standard trailer hitch and Berliner, the SV trim gets navigation, dual-zone climate controls, and more. All trims get Nissan Safety Shield 360, which includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, automatic high beams, lane departure warnings, blind spot warnings, rear cross-traffic alerts, and rear automatic braking.
The Titan gets new standard features for 2022Nissan
A single powertrain is on offer for the 2022 Titan, but it’s a good one. The truck comes standard with a 5.6-liter V8 that makes 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque. It’s paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission and either rear- or four-wheel drive. That powertrain enables a max towing rating of 9,660 pounds, which is not as strong as the Titan’s rivals, but should be plenty for the average truck owner.