2024 Nissan Titan Pickup Pricing Comes With New SV Bronze Edition
With reports that its demise is looming, the 2024 Nissan Titan enters what could be its final two years of production. The bad news is that, by killing off the S trim, the introductory price for a Titan is now over $6,000 more than it was for the 2023 model year and something the margin-only Nissan full-size doesn’t need. Though, the good news is that you can order a Bronze Edition Package for the new entry level SV trim, but that will cost extra.
From the looks of the 2024 Nissan Titan lineup, the reports on its upcoming discontinuation are looking even more true. The 2023 model had 11 options when you mixed the King Cab, Crew Cab, 4×2, and 4×4 offerings. That not even including the Titan XD, which adds four more heavy-duty options for full-size pickup truck buyers. The Titan also loses the King Cab 4×2 option for 2024, with the Crew Cab the only body configuration for the RWD version of the Titan and only offered in the SV and Platinum Reserve trims. The SV with 4WD is the only King Cab available in the entire Titan lineup, and it’s a $180 premium to get the smaller cab over the SV Crew Cab 4×4.
Not the Pricing Change It Needed
With the drop of the S trim and the King Cab, the 2024 Titan only has six options to offer customers and only three options for the Titan XD. Losing those also means that getting into a 2024 Titan is now $6,170 more than what it was when the S trim was available as its base model previously. However, when you factor in the 2023 SV price versus 2024, the price increase is more modest at only $870 more across the entire Titan lineup. The bump between model year 2023 and 2024 is $1,050 less than the increase between 2022 and 2023 ($1,920). When looking at the factors that help drive up costs, the destination fee went up by another $100 ($1,795 for 2023 versus $1,895 for 2024).
2024 Is The Titan’s Bronze Age
The other big news is a new SV Bronze Edition Package that’s new for 2024 and replacing the Midnight Edition. This package adds new visual elements in its namesake as well as more black accents. A gloss black front grille surround, black front bumper, and a black sports bar join the 20-inch Bronze finished wheels and “Bronze Edition” floor mats. The bronze on the wheels isn’t the same as the coveted Rays Wheels TE37 Bronze, but instead are just a bit on the lighter side of that iconic color. It’s also surprising that the wheels are the only bronze portion of the Bronze Edition Package. This new package is also $2,980 on top of the SV trim price.
No Other Significant Changes
Otherwise, the 2024 Nissan Titan is the same as it was in 2023 with its standard 5.6 liter Endurance V-8 producing 400 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque to go along with other standard features like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as part of its connected features. Meanwhile, the Titan XD remains only available in 4WD with its unique frame and standard 6.5 ft bed.
2024 Nissan Titan Pricing
|2024 Nissan Titan||MSRP|
|Titan SV Crew Cab 4×2||$47,665|
|Titan SV Crew Cab 4×4||$50,855|
|Titan SV King Cab 4×4||$51,035|
|Titan Pro-4X Crew Cab 4×4||$55,475|
|Titan Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4×2||$61,335|
|Titan Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4×4||$64,645|
|2024 Nissan Titan XD||MSRP|
|Titan XD SV Crew Cab 4×4||$53,825|
|Titan XD Pro-4X Crew Cab 4×4||$59,785|
|Titan XD Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4×4||$67,735|
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