Equipped with six-spoke wheels and General Grabber all-terrain tires, the prototype is a King Cab with the 6.5-foot bed. For the 2019 model year, this configuration in the S trim level starts at $33,960 with rear-wheel drive. That’s a lot of green dollar bills, but then again, remember that Nissan throws in the 5.6-liter V8 and Apple CarPlay as standard.
Speaking of infotainment technologies, take a look at the center stack of the prototype. Nissan worked its magic there, breathing new life into the Titan. Pre-facelift models feature a 7.0-inch display with buttons on the sides. The CD slot has also disappeared, and we aren’t surprised considering the demand for this media format slows down with each passing year.
For 2020, both V8 options will soldier on with minimal modifications. Going forward, Nissan is expected to introduce a 3.7-liter V6 as the entry-level option. This engine would bring the price down to a more competitive level against domestic rivals. Even further than that, the next generation of the Frontier is understood to feature this engine as an option over the four-banger.
The most affordable Titan kicks off at $30,690 excluding destination charge. The Crew Cab 4×4 Platinum Reserve is $57,840, and the most expensive Titan XD with the Cummins V8 engine option retails at $65,410. Quite a lot when you think about it, isn’t it?