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Automotive Editor - April 1, 2019

2019 Nissan Titan OVERVIEW

The second-generation Nissan Titan stands tall in the full-size pickup segment. Completely redesigned in 2017, the Titan can be configured in 22 unique ways. While it’s mainly a carryover from last year, the 2019 Nissan Titan offers a few enhancements that make it a worthy contender in this competitive segment.

What's New for 2019

The new Titan includes an improved 7-inch touchscreen infotainment display that now features Apple Car Play and Android Auto. A new Rear Door Alert system that reminds drivers to check the back seat is standard on King Cab and Crew Cab models.

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Choosing Your Nissan Titan

The Titan receives its motivation exclusively from a 5.6-liter V8 engine that belts out 390 horsepower and a nearly identical 394 pound-feet of torque. This powerplant is paired with a seven-speed automatic transmission and is EPA-rated at 15 miles per gallon city, 21 mpg highway, and 18 combined. Rear-wheel drive is standard, while four-wheel drive is available for an additional $3,140 to $3,400, depending on the trim level and cab type.

The Titan is available with three different cab types: the Single Cab with an 8-foot bed, the King Cab and its 6.5-foot bed and rear-hinged rear doors, and the Crew Cab with a 5.5-foot bed and four full-size doors.

The Single Cab can be configured in S or SV trims, King Cabs come in S, SV, and PRO-4X trim levels, and the Crew Cab is offered across all five trim levels:


The Titan S starts at $31,985 with the Single Cab (all prices include the $1,395 destination charge), $35,255 with the King Cab, and $37,975 with the Crew Cab. This is the base trim level and is mainly intended as a fleet or work truck. The S rides on 18-inch wheels and comes sparsely equipped with a lockable tailgate, LED cargo bed lights, and fixed cargo bed tie-downs. The S also features a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment display with a rearview camera, cruise control, and Bluetooth connectivity.

The S Utility Package ($845) adds a Class IV tow hitch receiver, spray-on bedliner, and front overhead storage console.


The Titan SV introduces more consumer-friendly features. Pricing begins at $35,615 for the Single Cab, $38,685 for the King Cab, and $41,165 for the Crew Cab.The SV features power heated side mirrors, chrome exterior trim accents, and skid plates covering the oil pan and fuel tank on four-wheel-drive models. Inside, the SV adds cloth seats, floor carpeting, interior mood lighting, an overhead console, a front sun visor, and a light for the glove box.

There are quite a few package upgrades offered with the SV. The SV Tow Package ($495) adds front tow hooks, puddle lights on the side mirrors, extendable two mirrors with turn signal indicators that are heated, a trailer brake controller, and a trailer light check.

The SV Utility Package ($1,145) introduces a spray-on bedliner, a Utili-track channel system with four tie-down cleats, a bed-mounted 120-volt power outlet, LED under-rail bed lighting, and lights that illuminate the tailgate area.

The SV Convenience Package ($845) bundles automatic on/off headlights, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, dual-zone automatic climate control, a body color rear bumper, push button start, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a Class IV tow hitch receiver, and front and rear parking sensors.

On King and Crew Cab models, the Convenience Package costs $2,015 because it also includes front captain's chairs, a configurable center console with a 120-volt and 12-volt power outlets, navigation with voice recognition, an eight-way power driver's seat with lumbar support, heated front seats, two rear USB ports, rear air conditioning vents, chrome interior door locks, rain-sensing windshield wipers, power heated outside mirrors with turn signal indicators, and a power sliding back window with a defroster.

Also available on King and Crew Cab models is a Chrome Package ($1,245) and a Texas Titan Edition package ($1,295). The former adds 20-inch chrome-coated aluminum-alloy wheels, all-season tires, a chrome-finished front grille, a chrome exhaust tip, and metallic kick plates and a Texas Titan Edition package ($1,295). The latter brings all of that same equipment and Texas Titan Edition badging.

Two other packages are available on Crew Cab models. The SV Leather Package ($895) bundles leather seating and a four-way power passenger seat, while the Midnight Edition ($1,250) adds black 20-inch wheels, fog lights with black surrounds, blacked out exterior and interior trim, and Midnight Edition badging.


The four-wheel-drive-only Titan PRO-4X starts at $46,175 as a King Cab and $48,405 in Crew Cab form. This off-road-inspired trim adds 18-inch wheels with all-terrain tires, includes skid plates covering the transfer case and radiator, front tow hooks, heated black exterior mirrors, and a Class IV towing hitch receiver.

The PRO-4X is enhanced with Bilstein off-road shocks, a hill descent control system, a switch-operated two-speed transfer case, and an electronic locking rear differential. On the inside, the PRO-4X features front captain's chairs, an eight-way power driver's seat with lumbar support, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, rear air conditioning vents, .

The PRO-4X Utility Package ($1,845) includes the features from the SV's Utility Package, an electronic tailgate lock, a rear bumper assist step, front and rear parking sensors, a trailer brake controller, a trailer light check, puddle lights on the side mirrors, proximity activation to the trucks lights, a power sliding back window with a defroster, heated extendable tow mirrors with turn signal indicators, and a 10-speaker Fender audio system.

The PRO-4X Convenience Package ($3,295) seats with PRO-4X badging, memory for the driver's seat and steering wheel, a power tilt and telescoping steering column, leather seating, a four-way power passenger seat, a heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated front seats, auto-dimming outside mirrors, side mirrors with reverse tilt-down, a HomeLink universal transceiver, NissanConnect Services, remote start, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror.

Finally, the PRO-4X Premium Package ($795) introduces heated and ventilated front seats, side mirrors with reverse tilt-down, and a surround-view camera system.


Available only as a Crew Cab, the Titan SL starts at $50,035 and increases the robustness of this full-size pickup truck. The SL adds 20-inch alloy wheels, heated chrome exterior mirrors that are auto-dimming, front and rear parking sensors, and front tow hooks.

Inside, the SL becomes quite posh, adding leather upholstery throughout, a remote starting system, heated front seats with memory, a four-way power adjustable passenger seat, remote engine start, a Fender audio system, NissanConnect Services, and a power tilt and telescopic steering column.

The SL Tow Package ($445) adds front tow hooks, a trailer brake controller, a trailer light check, and extendable tow mirrors with turn signal indicators. The SL also makes the Chrome Package ($1,245), the Texas Titan Edition ($1,295), and the Midnight Edition ($1,250) available again.

Platinum Reserve

The range-topping Platinum Reserve starts at $55,925 and is also only available with the Crew Cab. It stands tall on 20-inch dark chrome-coated alloy wheels, adds a splash of dark chrome trim enhancements, and features two-tone front and rear fascias and body sides.

The interior features heated and cooled front seats, heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel with a wood insert, wood instrument panel finishers, and dark chrome-accented cup holder trim and vent knobs.

The Platinum Reserve Utility Package ($750) adds an electronic tailgate lock, a rear bumper assist step, and dual in-bed storage boxes. Available on 4x4 models, the Off-Road Package ($245) bundles all-terrain tires, 18-inch dark aluminum-alloy wheels, and Bilstein off-road performance shocks.

CarsDirect Tip

The 2019 Nissan Titan continues to gain momentum against the big three of pickup truck dominance. It has a long way to go, but with all sorts of configurations available, there's a Titan for just about any buyer.

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