2019 Nissan Titan Half Ton Starts at $31,785

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Nissan has just released pricing for the 2019 Titan half-ton pickup truck. Among some of the more significant upgrades to the model-year 2019 truck are a Fender Premium Audio System for crew and King cabs (standard on some trims, optional on others), and a standard 7-inch touchscreen that provides Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity. Price increases range from $360 to nearly $500.

All 2019 Titan models will come standard with the 5.6-liter V-8. Choosing a 4x4 drivetrain costs a bit more than $3,000. Only crew-cab models will be offered with the popular Midnight Edition Package ($1,250), while all 2019 Titans benefit from the class-leading five-year/100,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty.

Here's how pricing shakes out by cab and trim level for the 2019 Nissan Titan (all prices include the $1,395 destination fee):

Single-Cab 5.6-liter V-8 (8-foot bed)

  • S 4x2: $31,785
  • S 4x4: $35,165
  • SV 4x2: $35,395
  • SV 4x4: $38,525

King-Cab 5.6-liter V-8 (6.5-foot bed)

  • S 4x2: $35,035
  • S 4x4: $38,165
  • SV 4x2: $38,445
  • SV 4x4: $41,575
  • Pro-4X (4x4 only): $45,895

Crew-Cab 5.6-liter V-8 (5.5-foot bed)

  • S 4x2: $37,745
  • S 4x4: $40,875
  • SV 4x2: $40,915
  • SV 4x4: $44,045
  • Pro-4X: $48,105
  • SL 4x2: $49,735
  • SL 4x4: $52,915
  • Platinum Reserve 4x2: $55,595
  • Platinum Reserve 4x4: $58,785

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Comments

It may start at 31k, but it ends a lot more for the repairs.

Nissan got lousy advice from somebody. Nobody is paying a price in the low 30s for a Reg Cab long wheelbase pickup.

Truck buyers with sporty pretensions (me?) might have an interest in the SWB short-bed choice, but a long-bed, long wheelbase model is strictly for the job site and the landscaping crew.

Ford and GM own that space.

Nissan will end up killing the Reg Cab model and they'll say nobody was buying 'em.

It may start at 31k, but it ends a lot more for the repairs.

@big red

Your pseudonym should be Big Dope instead of Big Red. Nissan's warranty is 100k miles.

@papajim

Get bent. The waranty is a joke. Dealers will not fix things, and Nissan the company will not address issues. And the warranty lasts 5 years so good luck getting a 100k warranty.

https://www.consumeraffairs.com/automotive/nissan_titan.html?page=2#sort=recent&filter=none

The waranty is a joke.

@Big Zo

Your spelling skills make YOU a joke. Nissan's WARRANTY is no different legally from any other automaker except for the duration and the miles driven.

Maybe I'm wrong. Why don't you cite some specific examples of your own experience with Nissan dealers. No experience?

@papajiminy

How many Nissans have you owned?

None?

Then how can you comment?

As a service advisor you know full well the warranty only covers what they want to and can repair.

If the warranty lasts 5 years if basically no better than the others that go 5 years 60k as you know.

@Big Zo: 5 years or 100K, whichever comes first. If you don't manage the miles on your warranty, that is your fault. Ir's the best standard warranty on a truck.

They fix stuff on warranty for me, however, for a Sentra not a Titan. Had a CVT trans changed at 58K miles, I didn't spend a thing.

You're totally missing the point.

It's not about being at fault.

The warranty for 100k miles is a total misrepresentation if you don't also mentioned it is time limited to 5 years.

Papajim is a little b#tch. Floridian trash.

The FAKE Redneck

Its still a piece of junk, being you can't get one with a manual transmission.

Oh, and it actually starts out at 35k. 2wd trucks don't count. Just come to any dealership in Alaska and tell me how many you can find...

I’ve never owned a 5 year 100k mile warratied Titan. But while my Frontier was under warranty I never needed to take it in. Now, seven years later, It’s still running fine. Most people that bash brands other than the one they own haven’t given them a fair shot.

They must have clocked-out early at the sheep station today.

The warranty is fine, but I would not want one for other reasons.

It's butt ugly on the front end, circa 2008 looking interior, marginal and poor crash ratings, no larger tank on a crewcab, 5.6 Titan is slower and gets worse fuel economy than the 5.0, I could go on and on.

Do I own one? No. But I don't need to to form an opinion. I test drove one when I was shopping. Dealer even let me tow with one with one of my tractors and my trailer.

I found the Nissan was junk, ugly and rode like ***. I wouldn't wish that garbage on my enemy.

My point?

People like different things and have different opinions. As for papajim, I think he'd be happier with sometimes else.

The fake papajim

The fake Greg

The fake MLS956

Looks like the crew at the sheep station moved en mass to the rehab. For the full details refer to Kesey's One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.

"It may start at 31k, but it ends a lot more for the repairs." ---- Posted by: Big Red

What repairs?

"I’ve never owned a 5 year 100k mile warratied Titan. But while my Frontier was under warranty I never needed to take it in. Now, seven years later, It’s still running fine. Most people that bash brands other than the one they own haven’t given them a fair shot." ---- Posted by: MLS956

--- Very true.

At the clown big oz or big ted...whomever you are changing your name

If you take your vehicle in whatever brand it is to get serviced regularly at a certified dealership. Then they can not void your warranty. That is a FACT! You need to get your head checked!

Now if you do all the oil service yourself or another jiffy lube station that isnt certified and there isnt documentation of the services, them yes, they can void it.

Plain and simple....take it to whichever brand you have service station and you will be covered under factory warranty by years or miles whichever comes first! (Also as long as you dont modify it)

BTW....I'd take 5 years/100k bumper to bumper over 3years/36k that GM, Ford or Ram offer.

Nice looking truck also.

"Its still a piece of junk, being you can't get one with a manual transmission." ---- Posted by: FormerFordFanboyToTheExtreme
--- So how many other full-sized trucks can you get with a manual transmission?

"Oh, and it actually starts out at 35k. 2wd trucks don't count. Just come to any dealership in Alaska and tell me how many you can find..."
--- Not everybody lives in Alaska, either. 2WD is practically the standard in the states below Kentucky, Missouri, Utah and Oregon. Just not that much need for 4WD down there.

What may be minimum required equipment for you will be gross overkill for someone else.


FormerFordFAnboytotheExtreem, How many brand new half tons can be had with a manual transmission anyway?

Truck just needs a facelift to git rid of the bug eye look and tone down the overly large grill. It looks good from the side and back .

I don’t see the problem with the 5yr-100k warranty term. My last truck was out of 60k powertrain before i hit 2 years.
Even now, in rhe city, i do more than 15k a year.

Nobody seems to understand that the Nissan warranty is BUMPER TO BUMPER FOR FIVE BLEEPING YEARS.

Nobody else has anything like it. Bumper to bumper for 100k miles (unless 5 years comes sooner). Nobody else comes close.

may start at 31k, but it ends a lot more for the repairs.

@big red

Your pseudonym should be Big Dope instead of Big Red. Nissan's warranty is 100k miles


Posted by: papajim | Oct 20, 2018 12:17:47 PM

1) Actually it's not 100k for most people. It's 5 years.

2) A warranty only covers defective factory parts, not wear and tear and terms and exclusions apply.

3) It is not going to be as valuable as Nissan thinks it is.

I'm thinking that as a fleet operator, bussinessperson or even an individual, the biggest cost is having a vehicle out of service, period, not the cost of repairs.

So slapping a longer warranty on a less reliable vehicle doesn't really address my biggest cost when a vehicle is out of service.

On my own personal use truck, having 2 years extra warranty wouldn't have mattered.

Big Red and papajim, It is an impressive warranty for sure! However, a warranty is only a promise to fix things that go wrong in the future over the contract period. Fleets are deciding to use 3 year lease terms more and more. Five year warranties will have no impact on these decisions.

Source: papajim

http://news.pickuptrucks.com/2016/08/nissan-titan-wears-best-pickup-warranty-in-america.html

A warranty only covers defective factory parts, not wear and tear and terms and exclusions apply.

@BR

Totally irrelevant. Show me any automaker's warranty that's better. Which is my point. You must not have read my previous posts on this topic.

The Nissan Titan owners forums have lots of threads about transmission problems. Have they figured it out yet?



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