2023 Nissan Titan Gets Small Price Hike, Wireless Apple CarPlay

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Photo credit: Nissan
  • The 2023 Nissan Titan's starting price rises by just $890 to $41,495, and the rest of the lineup sees similarly small price hikes.

  • Starting at $49,135 (up $960), the 2023 Nissan Titan XD is also only slightly more expensive than last year.

  • Nissan now makes wireless Apple CarPlay standard on the Pro-4X and Platinum Reserve trims.

Price hikes are common when vehicles enter a new model year, but lately, they've been a lot higher than normal due to myriad economic factors. While Ford and Chevy have raised the prices of their latest half-ton pickup trucks by thousands of dollars, Nissan is taking a different approach, raising the starting price of the 2023 Titan by just $890 to $41,495. Likewise, no other model costs $1230 more than last year.

That's for the entry-level S trim with the extended King Cab body style and rear-wheel drive. Configured with the crew cab and all-wheel drive, the '23 Titan S starts at $46,475 (up $940). Similarly small price hikes can be seen across the rest of the lineup as well as with the heavy-duty-ish Titan XD.

The regular Titan's mid-level SV and off-road-oriented Pro-4X trim levels now start at $46,875 and $54,605, respectively. The latter is still only offered with a crew cab and four-wheel drive, but neither model's price is more than $1110 higher than before. The same goes for the top-tier Platinum Reserve which now starts at $60,465 (up $1170).

When it comes to the Titan XD lineup, all models come standard with all-wheel drive and the crew-cab body style. For 2023, the base S trim starts at $49,135 (up $960), the SV is up $1000 to $52,955, the Pro-4X starts at $58,915 (up $1150), and the Platinum Reserve's starting price rises the most by $1230 to $66,865.

Photo credit: Nissan
Photo credit: Nissan

Along with the Titan and Titan XD's slighter higher prices for the 2023 model year comes a desirable new feature. The Pro-4X and Platinum Reserve now include wireless Apple CarPlay as standard. Unfortunately, a wired connection is still required on all other models. Nissan also re-introduces the Midnight Edition package, but it's only offered on SV models with the crew cab. As advertised, it includes black 20-inch wheels as well as copious amounts of other black exterior and interior bits.

Every Nissan Titan and Titan XD continue to be powered by a 400-hp 5.5-liter V-8 hooked up to a nine-speed automatic transmission. The 2023 models are on sale now.

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