Nissan Announces 2017 Titan, Titan XD Gas V-8 Pricing

2017 Nissan Titan PRO-4X II

Nissan has announced full trim-level pricing for the newest addition to the half-ton pickup truck wars: the 2017 Titan with the 5.6-liter direct-injection gas V-8 engine. Starting price for a base-level crew-cab S will be $35,975 (includes destination), which puts it within a few hundred dollars of competitors in the segment with similar equipment such as the Ford F-150 and Ram 1500, and makes it less expensive than the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, GMC Sierra 1500 and Toyota Tundra half-tons. (To read our First Drive impressions of the new light-duty Nissan Titan, click here.)

Like the Titan XD before it, the 2017 Titan half-ton will be offered in five trim levels — S, SV, PRO-4X, SL and Platinum Reserve — but only with the crew cab and gas V-8. A regular-cab model is due out later this year and a V-6 engine option (likely only for the King Cab and regular-cab models) will follow later next year.

Half-ton Titans can be configured with 4x4 or 4x2 drivetrains and offer several factory options depending on trim level. For example, options can include a rear entertainment system ($2,190), upgraded wheels ($1,390), a bed utility package ($750), monotone paint (no charge on PRO-4X and Platinum Reserve trims) and more. Other port-installed accessories such as splash guards, running boards, tailgate locks and bed-mounted storage boxes will be available through the dealerships. Pricing in the chart below does not include the $1,195 destination fee.

2017 Nissan Titan V-8 Gas Pricing

Titan Pricing II

Pricing for 2017 V-8 gas engine Titan XD models also has been announced with increases over model-year 2016 Titan XD prices amounting to a little more than $1,000 in most cases. No word yet if Cummins-equipped Titan XD models will get the same price hike but, given the sluggish sales of the XD pickups in the last five months on sale, Nissan might do well to stay aggressive with its future pricing strategy. Until then, expect the Cummins models to continue to carry around a $5,000 premium charge over the gas V-8 engine. Prices in the chart below do not include the $1,195 destination fee.

2017 Nissan Titan XD V-8 Gas Pricing

Titan XD Pricing II

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Comments

Timing could not be worse. The economy in much of North America is crap. Blue collar Americans have not had a real raise in ten years.

Employers are faced with big premium increases for health insurance in 2017 so pay raises are probably not in the near future.

The federal reserve is widely expected to raise interest rates in the coming months regardless of who's elected the next US president.

Higher interest rates and flat income growth for workers is sure-fire recipe for sluggish economic growth, even a recession.

Gas XD prices have been out for ages, but its good to see them here for comparison. Looks like going to the XD will only set you back $1510. Not bad, really especially if you figure that it follows with bed size- people opting for the Crew/6ft bed should probably also have the higher GVW. Some for Cab+1/2- 8ft bed trucks. Interested see what the 1/2 ton weighs and if FE is competitive.

The Tundra looks to be cheaper as well, but it is a pig at the pump, Bring on the 8speed from the Land Cruiser...

Those prices are insane, esp. when you consider that Nissan doesn't typically have steep rebates like the competition.

With the competition, it looks like going from a 5ft bed to a 6ft bed on a crew cab truck will cost you from $600 with the Ram to $1400 with GM. Ford is around a grand, depending on trim level, but they also tie engine options together differently. If instead of some weird in-between truck, you simply think of the XD as a longer bed option with a payload group, it all falls in line with the domestics. Yes, the diesel option costs more than the competition's top engines (where freely available)



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