We don’t know how much longer Nissan’s going to stand behind the Titan full-size pickup in the U.S.; the automaker quit supplying the truck to Canada in 2020, and sold 27,406 units here next year. That compares to 81,959 Toyota Tundras sold in the same span, and ridiculous oodles of trucks from The Big Three. It’s not dead yet, though, so Nissan has given the 2022 version a new range of prices. Three model years after a comprehensive redesign eliminated the Single Cab and raised the entry-level MSRP by more than $5,000, there are more earthquakes coming for the piggy banks at the bottom of the range. MSRPs for the new truck and differences from the most recent 2021 Titan pricing, including the $1,695 destination charge, are:
- Titan S King Cab 4×2: $39,705 ($1,060)
- Titan SV King Cab 4×2: $45,035 ($2,550)
- Titan S King Cab S 4×4: $42,965 ($1,090)
- Titan SV King Cab 4×4: $48,295 ($2,580)
- Titan S Crew Cab 4×2: $41,475 ($100)
- Titan SV Crew Cab 4×2: $44,955 ($130)
- Titan Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4×2: $58,395 ($260)
- Titan S Crew Cab 4×4: $44,635 ($130)
- Titan SV Crew Cab 4×4: $48,115 ($160)
- Titan PRO-4X Crew Cab 4×4: $52,595 ($210)
- Titan Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4×4: $61,675 ($300)
- Titan XD S Crew Cab 4×4: $47,275 ($150)
- Titan XD SV Crew Cab 4×4: $41,055 ($190)
- Titan XD PRO-4X Crew Cab 4×4: $56,865 ($250)
- Titan XD Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4×4: $64,735 ($330)
That $41,475 gateway makes the Nissan more expensive than the offerings from Chevrolet, Dodge and Ford. The Titan does have its engine going for it, every trim powered by Nissan’s 5.6-liter Endurance V8 putting out 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque, the puissance sent through a 9-speed automatic transmission. All Titans also come with Nissan Safety Shield 360 technology that bundles six advanced driver-assist systems.
There are no big changes for this year. Minor revisions include the former flagship SL trim going away, another pricey retirement that follows the departure of the Cummins diesel in 2020. The Pro-X King Cab takes a hike as well, a Crew Cab the only option now.
The big financial add-ons for the SV King Cab trims do come with more equipment, though, a Nissan spokesperson telling CarsDirect that the $2,440 Convenience Package is now standard equipment there. That package includes gear such as a 9-inch touchscreen display, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, front captain’s chairs with an eight-way adjustable driver’s seat, Nissan’s Intelligent Key, parking sensors, remote start, and more.