The 2024 Nissan Titan has been announced with a new visual package and a rather steep $5k price increase.
This means the Nissan Titan will live on for at least one more model year, contrary to many recent news reports suggesting otherwise.
Let’s get right into the changes for the 2024 Titan.
First, the SV Bronze Edition package adds black and bronze visuals like bronze 20-inch wheels, a gloss-black front grille surround and black front bumper, a sport bar and Bronze Edition floor mats. This package costs costs $2,980.
Next, the base price for the 2024 Nissan Titan will start at $45,770. This is a price increase over the 2023 Titan which starts at $40,350.
Finally, the Nissan Titan XD lives on with its 151.6-inch wheelbase, about 12 inches longer than non-XD Titan models. It comes with a 6.5-foot bed and 4WD only. The starting price is $51,930.
The 2024 model will carryover the standard 5.6-liter V-8 gasoline engine with 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque with premium fuel. Without premium, the engine produces 390 horsepower and 394 pound-feet of torque.
There is a full suite of safety features called Nissan Safety Shield 360 with six advanced driver-assist systems and this is standard on all models. Every truck also comes with standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and available wireless Apple CarPlay.
It will come in 3 trims: SV, PRO-4X and Platinum Reserve. There are 2WD versions for both the SV and Platinum Reserve with the PRO-4X only coming with 4WD.
Speaking of the PRO-4X, it has many off-road performance enhancements like Bilstein shocks, skid plates and more aggressive tires.
Then there is the Platinum Reserve with a variety of up-level features like air-conditioned front seats, satin chrome exterior trim, 20-inch wheels and a Fender Premium 12-speaker audio system.
Finally, every 2024 Titan comes standard with a 5-year/100,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty. This is the best warranty offered in full-size trucks.
While sales have been slow, the changing truck market moving towards smaller, turbocharged engines has been pushing skeptical customers to take a second look at the Titan with its non-turbo V-8 engine. Plus, the Titan now feels like a throwback truck compared to today’s truck market with trucks filled with tech and luxury features. This is appealing to customers as well. If you are one of those customers, you’ll appreciate what the Titan has to offer.