The 2013 Nissan Titan gains a higher MSPR for the new model year.
Nissan has announced pricing for its 2013 Titan full-size pickup truck. The 2013 Titan largely carries over from the previous model year, but does offer some styling improvements.
Prices for the 2013 Nissan Titan S will start from $28,820, representing a $300 premium over the 2012 model. The price hike for the up-level SV is even more drastic, with the new model commanding $31,250, a $730 increase over last year's model. At $37,040, the PRO-4X model is $970 more expensive than the equivalent 2012 model.
Nissan's Titan SL sees the biggest price jump for the 2013 model year, with the truck's bottom line increasing by a hefty $1,600 to $40,040.
All prices exclude a $995 destination charge.
Although Nissan's 2013 Titan range is significantly more expensive than last year's lineup, you won't be getting much more in terms of content. All Titan models gain a more aerodynamic tailgate and four-spoke steering wheel for 2013, as well as seven new exterior color choices -- Pearl White, Espresso Black, Glacier White, Gun Metallic, Graphite Blue, Java Metallic and Cayenne Red.
Step rails are newly standard for SV and SL models. SL models also gain standard mudguards for the new model year.
The off-road minded PRO-4X model has been updated with revised graphics, satin chrome grille, dark wheel finish and a dark-finish lower radiator skid plate. Inside the PRO-4X gets white stitching accents, a new logo design and an updated radio.
The Titan's lone powertrain - a 317 horsepower 5.6L V8 backed by a five-speed transmission - carries over unchanged for the new model year.
An all-new Titan could make an appearance for the 2014 model year.