The 2023 Nissan Titan is here and while it hasn’t undergone all that many changes, it is a little pricier than the outgoing 2022 model, introduced in January.
All variants of the 2023 Nissan Titan share the same 5.6-liter Endurance V8 petrol engine rated at 400 hp and 413 lb-ft (560 Nm) of torque. Coupled with this V8 is a nine-speed automatic transmission driving either the rear or all four wheels, depending on the specific model.
Just like the 2022 model, all 2023 Nissan Titans feature Nissan Safety Shield 360 technology as standard, adding six advanced driver-assist systems. The pickup truck also includes Nissan Concierge which provides owners with 24-hour access to a live assistant at the push of a button.
The only real new addition for 2023 is the availability of a new Titan Crew Cab SV Midnight Edition that adds black exterior and interior trim, including black 20-inch wheels. The Pro-4X and Platinum Reserve models also benefit from wireless Apple CarPlay.
Sitting at the base of the range is the 2022 Nissan Titan S King Cab 4×2 starting at $39,700 excluding a $1,795 destination and handling charge. That makes it a little more expensive than the 2022 model, which was priced from $38,010 excluding a $1,696 destination and handling charge. Prices of Titan SV King Cab 4×4, Titan S King Cab 4×4, and Titan SV King Cab 4×4 models have also jumped to $45,080 (from $43,340), $42,990 (from $41,270), and $48,370 (from $46,600) respectively.
Meanwhile, prices of the 2023 Titan Crew Cab have also jumped from a low of $39,780 in 2022 to a minimum of $41,490 while now topping out at $61,890 compared to $59,980 of last year’s model.
The priciest variants are the Titan XD Crew Cab, kicking off from $47,340 (up from $45,580) and topping out at $65,070 (up from $63,040) for the Titan Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4×4.