2022 Nissan Titan Invoice Pricing

2021 Titan Crew Cab Platinum Reserve - 4-Door Pickup w/4WD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$59,680 $56,021 $1,695 $1,120 $56,596
2021 Titan Crew Cab Platinum Reserve - 4-Door Pickup w/RWD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$56,440 $52,987 $1,695 $1,060 $53,622
2021 Titan Crew Cab PRO-4X - 4-Door Pickup w/4WD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$50,690 $47,602 $1,695 $952 $48,345
2021 Titan Crew Cab S - 4-Door Pickup w/4WD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$42,810 $41,106 $1,695 $822 $41,979
2021 Titan Crew Cab S - 4-Door Pickup w/RWD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$39,680 $38,108 $1,695 $762 $39,041
2021 Titan Crew Cab SL - 4-Door Pickup w/4WD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$58,160 $54,598 $1,695 $1,092 $55,201
2021 Titan Crew Cab SL - 4-Door Pickup w/RWD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$54,930 $51,572 $1,695 $1,031 $52,236
2021 Titan Crew Cab SV - 4-Door Pickup w/4WD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$46,260 $43,452 $1,695 $869 $44,278
2021 Titan Crew Cab SV - 4-Door Pickup w/RWD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$43,130 $40,521 $1,695 $810 $41,406
2021 Titan King Cab PRO-4X - 4-Door Pickup w/4WD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$48,470 $45,521 $1,695 $910 $46,306
2021 Titan King Cab S - 4-Door Pickup w/4WD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$40,180 $38,587 $1,695 $772 $39,510
2021 Titan King Cab S - 4-Door Pickup w/RWD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$36,950 $35,495 $1,695 $710 $36,480
2021 Titan King Cab SV - 4-Door Pickup w/4WD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$44,020 $41,354 $1,695 $827 $42,222
2021 Titan King Cab SV - 4-Door Pickup w/RWD. Powered by a 5.6L, 8 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Automatic Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$40,790 $38,329 $1,695 $767 $39,257

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2022 Nissan Titan Overview

The Titan is Nissan’s first foray into the full-size truck market. It had a lengthy list of significant upgrades in 2020. In terms of truck safety and technology, it’s now up there with the best. Nissan’s warranty on the 2022 Titan makes it an even better buy in our opinion.

Last year, the Titan underwent a complete makeover, with each trim level receiving its own unique design cues. The 20-inch aluminum wheels and an obscene amount of chrome on the opulent SL model turn heads. As part of Nissan’s Pro-4X off-road package, the Titan gets a darkened grille and a blacked-out tailgate. It’s also equipped with eye-catching red tow hooks and robust 18-inch wheels wrapped in all-terrain tires.

The Titan has two body options for drivers to choose from. Both the King Cab and Crew Cab are available with a 6.5-foot bed and 5.5-foot bed respectively. For lower trims, a foam bed liner is optional, while for higher trims, it is required.

Many of Titan’s rivals provide a variety of engine choices. The Titan of 2022 is an exception to this rule. Fortunately, the 5.6L V8 produces a respectable 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque. This level of strength is unmatched in the class. The vehicle comes standard with a 9 automatic gearbox and rear-wheel drive. There’s also the option of all-wheel drive.

2022 Titans’ lowest towing capacity is 9,240 pounds. As a result, the weight of properly equipped models can reach 9,310 pounds. Despite the fact that these aren’t the best numbers in the industry, many drivers will find them adequate. If the Titan’s features appeal to you, but you need to tow more, the Titan XD might be the better choice.

All Titan models for the upcoming 2022 model year come standard with Apple Pay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth. The majority of them come equipped with an 8-inch touchscreen. Both the SL and Silver Reserve models have a 10-inch touchscreen with navigation and a much-improved stereo system. It has 12 strategically-placed speakers, making it ideal for listening to satellite radio or HD radio, as well as the standard FM radio.

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Those classic safety features are just one of the many advantages that Titan’s entry-level S model has to offer. It has USB Ports and satellite radio as well as the ability to sync with a smartphone. Adaptive cruise and heat source side mirrors are now standard on the SV trim levels.

The Pro-4X will appeal to drivers who seek out new experiences. All-terrain tires and hill descent control are included in the Titan’s off-road capabilities. The SL makes a 180-degree turn, moving away from toughness and toward opulence. There is leather upholstery and a slew of additional driver aids in this model. Wooden interior trim and a heated steering wheel are two of the most luxurious features of the Platinum Reserve.

Despite the fierce competition in the full-size pickup truck market, the Nissan Titan 2022 succeeds in making a name for itself. When it comes time to schedule a test drive, prospective buyers should make a note of this location.

This truck has the rare ability to be both comfortable and capable at the same time. Standard equipment includes a split-bench front seat upholstered in cloth. Leather seats and a leather-wrapped steering column are added to the Pro-4X and higher trim levels. The authority for the driving seat is also first on the ladder.

The two upper trim levels offer a shocking number of luxuries. The front seats of the Titan SL are heated, and there is useful lighting in the footwells. The energy wheel column and the front passenger seat are also included in this trim. The Silver Reserve heats and ventilates the second row of seats.

The fuel efficiency ratings for the 2022 Titan models are nearly identical across the board. There is no difference in fuel economy between the vehicle with rear-wheel or all-wheel drive. In the city, an off Pro-4X gets the same number as the regular Pro-4X, but on the highway, it drops to 20 mpg.

With its classic Nissan Security Shield 360 package, the Titan makes a great argument and is the most well-rounded truck. All models feature blind-spot surveillance, lane departure warning, forward or start reversing automatic emergency braking. The Titan’s defined clearly high beams add to its allure by easing the burden of driving in the dark. There is also a slew of more conventional safety features, such as ten airbags.

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