2022 Nissan Titan Getting Up To $2,580 Price Increase

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, Senior Pricing Analyst - January 28, 2022

Some versions of the 2022 Nissan Titan pickup will see as much as a $2,580 price increase, based on an announcement today from the Japanese automaker. However, a closer look finds that the biggest price increases are due to a change in standard equipment. Here's a look at what shoppers should expect.

According to a year-over-year price analysis from CarsDirect's Cristyn Wingood, the 2022 Titan S King Cab will be $1,060 more expensive than the previous year (MSRP $39,705 vs. $38,645, including destination). At $45,035, the SV trim will see a $2,550 price increase for the 4x2, while the 4x4 will go up by $2,580.

Based on 2022 Titan spec sheets, we were able to determine that the SV will now come standard with the SV Convenience Package. The option currently costs $2,440 and adds features like a Nissan Intelligent Key, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, parking sensors, a 9-inch touchscreen display, and more.

Nissan spokesperson Dan Passe confirmed our findings this afternoon via email, characterizing this as a "pretty big content change." We also learned that the off-road-inspired PRO-4X will only be sold in a Crew Cab configuration. Previously, it was available in the King Cab. But that's not the only change that's in store.

At the same time, Nissan is discontinuing the Titan SL altogether. Passe added that the changes are "all directed towards offering the best, most desirable product to the customer." That could make a lot of sense given the fact that the truck segment remains very crowded with an array of exciting new choices this year.

Oddly, the biggest price increases are limited to the King Cab. Those looking to buy the Crew Cab should know that 2022 Titan price increases will be limited to between just $100 with the entry-level S trim and $300 on the range-topping Platinum Reserve. This will narrow the gap in price between both cab styles.

The Titan has seen a number of changes in recent years. For example, the Titan XD dropped its diesel option in 2019. For 2020, the Titan's MSRP increased by $5,500 when the Single Cab was discontinued. Late last year, rumors suggested that Nissan could discontinue the Titan after the current generation.

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, Senior Pricing Analyst

As CarsDirect’s resident pricing expert, Alex offers must-know analyses of pricing & incentives to those looking to buy or lease a car. His consumer-oriented coverage of the latest trends and breaking news has been featured by The Wall Street Journal, Fox Business, Motor Trend, Automobile Magazine, and more.

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