The Nissan Titan ends its 20-year run in 2024. What do our experts think of the final Titan? We look at powertrain, technology, and more in our review.  

What’s New for the 2024 Nissan Titan?

A Bronze Edition joins the 2024 Nissan Titan lineup with 20-inch bronze rims, but the bigger news is the discontinuation of the S trim level. This means the base price is up some $5,000 for 2024, which brings up the biggest news of all – the discontinuation of the Titan for good.

Nissan has announced this will be the final year of its full-size truck efforts due to poor sales. It’s not too surprising as the Titan has struggled to compete against the entrenched domestics for the 20 years it has been on sale. So, let’s look at what you can expect from the last Nissan Titan.

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Body Style

Starting Price

MSRP $47,835





Fuel Economy

16 City / 21 Hwy

Number of Seats


Seats 6

The Breakdown

Standard V8 power

A long list of standard driver aids

Utili-track adjustable bed rail system

No fuel-efficient powertrain options

Short on modern technology

Can’t compete on towing capacity

A middling pickup that finally calls it quits

2024 Titan Specs

Trims & Pricing

SV - $47,835
SV XD - $53,995
Pro-4X - $55,645
Pro-4X XD - $59,995
Platinum Reserve - $61,505
Platinum Reserve XD - $67,905

2024 Nissan Titan Powertrain 8/10 

2024 Nissan Titan 5.6L V8 -
2024 Nissan Titan 5.6L V8 -

Every 2024 Nissan Titan, including the semi-heavy-duty XD models, is powered by a naturally aspirated 5.6L V8 that generates 400 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque. A 9-speed automatic transmission routes power to the rear wheels with 4WD a roughly $3,200 option across the board. Big gas guzzling V8s are the classic full-size pickup power plant, but these days most competitors offer at least one fuel-efficient option.

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2024 Nissan Titan -

On that note, the 2024 Titan is rated for 18 mpg combined whether you go for RWD or 4WD, a figure that drops by 1 mpg for the Pro-4X model. As for towing, the standard Titan tops out at 9,290 pounds or 11,050 pounds for XD models with a gooseneck hookup. This may be enough for some, but even the Titan XD can’t keep up with a 2024 Ford F-150’s 13,500-pound max tow rating.

2024 Nissan Titan Interior 7.5/10

Nearly every 2024 Titan is a crew cab with four doors and a 5.5-foot bed. SV models offer an extended, or King, cab with a 6.5-foot bed. XD models measure 15 inches longer than standard Titans enabling the longer cargo bed and a crew cab configuration. However, rear legroom tops out at 38 inches regardless of Titan trim, which is quite a bit less than the 45 inches offered by a Ram 1500 that we compare to the Titan here.

The upholstery in the Nissan Titan ranges from cloth to leather. Interior options include heated and ventilated seats and a panoramic moonroof. SV models offer a front bench seat that allows for 6 passengers, but the rest of the lineup uses Nissan’s lauded Zero Gravity bucket seats up front, trimming occupancy to 5. As for interior storage, the center front console can swallow a small laptop and the rear bench seat flips up or folds down to help with bulky items.

2024 Nissan Titan Technology Features 7.25/10

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2024 Nissan Titan -

As we discuss in this new vs. used Titan comparison, the pre-2020 trucks came with a 7-inch infotainment screen. Today, 8 inches is standard with 9-inch screens included on all but SV models. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are lineup standard as is a Wi-Fi hotspot. Audiophiles should look for a package or Premium Reserve model for the upgraded 12-speaker audio system by Fender.

On the safety front, Nissan’s Safety Shield 360 suite of driver aids brings forward collision mitigation, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning, and adaptive cruise control to every 2024 Titan. Other standard systems include automatic high beams and a driver alertness monitor. Though the 2024 model has not yet been tested, the NHTSA gave the 2023 Titan a 4-star overall crash-test rating.

2024 Nissan Titan Trims & Pricing

2024 Nissan Titan SV -
2024 Nissan Titan SV -

SV – $47,835

In SV trim, the 2024 Titan features 18-inch alloy wheels, LED taillights, and heated side mirrors. Cabin amenities consist of cloth seating, a manual-sliding rear window, a 6-speaker stereo, a pair of front-row USB ports, and an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen with smartphone mirroring.

For $2,980, the Bronze Edition package adds 20-inch bronze rims, a bed-mounted “sport bar”, and a host of bronze accents. The Midnight Edition applies a full blackout look for $1,990 and the $2,590 SV Convenience package brings dual-zone automatic climate control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated front seats, and more.

2024 Nissan Titan SV XD -
2024 Nissan Titan SV XD -

SV XD – $53,995

In SV XD trim, the Titan matches standard SV models for content, but rides on 17-inch steel wheels and has extendable tow mirrors. Like all XDs, it also comes with a reinforced and strengthened chassis that allows for a higher towing and payload capacity.

2024 Nissan Titan Pro-4X -
2024 Nissan Titan Pro-4X -

Pro-4X – $55,648

Pro-4X Titans are the off-roading option with all-terrain tires, Bilstein dampers, standard 4WD, and an electronically locking rear differential. These models also come with a front skid plate and tow hooks, a spray-on bedliner, and LED headlights.

From here on up, a 9-inch infotainment display is standard as is connected navigation, dual rear USB ports, dual-zone automatic climate control, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. A moonroof package features a dual-pane panoramic glass roof and climatized front seats, while the optional Utility package comes with the Utili-track bed system, parking sensors at both ends and, a power-sliding rear window.

2024 Nissan Titan Pro-4X XD -
2024 Nissan Titan Pro-4X XD -

Pro-4X XD – $59,995

Like every 2024 Titan XD, the Pro-4X variant comes with a trailer brake controller and a 12-inch wider wheelbase. This model mirrors the standard Pro-4X trim line with cloth-and-leatherette upholstery, a power-adjustable driver’s seat, rear HVAC vents, and traffic sign recognition.

2024 Nissan Titan Platinum Reserve -
2024 Nissan Titan Platinum Reserve -

Platinum Reserve – $61,509

In Platinum Reserve spec, the 2024 Titan rides on chrome 20-inch rims, offers a two-tone paint job and has 120-volt power in the cargo bed, running boards, bright exterior trim, and side mirrors with auto-dimming, reverse tilt-down, and puddle lamp functionality.

These top-dog Titans also sport brown quilted leather seats with heated and ventilated cushions up front, heated rear outboard seats, open-pore wood-tone inlays, a surround-view monitor, and a power-adjustable steering column.

2024 Nissan Titan Platinum Reserve XD -
2024 Nissan Titan Platinum Reserve XD -

Platinum Reserve XD – $67,905

The 2024 Titan Platinum Reserve XD comes standard with a gooseneck hitch while matching the standard Platinum Reserve for content. That means the Utili-track bed rail tie-down system, LED bed lighting, driver-side memory settings, and a Fender 12-speaker audio system are all included.

2024 Nissan Titan Overall Value 7/10

Considering how poorly the 2024 Titan stacks up against the competition, there’s no reason to move beyond the base SV model. It’s no cheap date as the 2024 Ford F-150 has an entry price of more than $9,000 lower, but that’s for a work truck, so you are getting a higher level of amenities in the base Titan.

As well, Nissan includes basic and powertrain warranty coverage for 5 years or 100,000 miles, which is better than what other pickup makers offer. However, there is no complimentary maintenance as part of Nissan’s warranty. Overall Score 7.5/10 

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In a vacuum, the 2024 Nissan Titan has plenty going for it – a big V8, plenty of driver-assistance aids, and Nissan’s Zero Gravity seats. But when you put it up against every other full-size pickup truck, it’s not a pretty picture. Ford, Chevy, Ram, and Toyota have continued to update their respective pickups over the years.

This has led to competitors with more power, more interior space, more towing capacity, more technology, more amenities, and, well, you get the idea. And if there’s one thing buyers of full-size pickup trucks like, it’s more of everything. So, unfortunately, the 2024 Nissan Titan represents something of an unworthy final chapter in the automaker’s full-size truck history.

2024 Nissan Titan FAQ

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2024 Nissan Titan -

Is the Nissan Titan a full-sized truck? 

Yes, the Nissan Titan is a full-size truck that competes with the likes of a Ford F-150.

What is Titan XD? 

The Titan XD is 15 inches longer than a standard Titan with a reinforced chassis and higher towing capacity. It is designed to slot between the typical light-duty and heavy-duty half-ton pickup truck segments.

Is Nissan stopping production of the Titan? 

Yes, Nissan has announced that 2024 will be the final model year of the Titan.

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Niel Stender

Niel Stender grew up doing replacement work on his 1990 Cherokee and 1989 Starion, so it’s not surprising that he would put his mechanical engineering degree from the University of New Hampshire to use in the car world as a vehicle dynamics engineer. Now engineering sentence structures, his writing infuses his auto experience with his time in marketing and his sales experience. Writing about cars for close to a decade now, he focuses on some of the more technical mechanical systems that are found under the hood and throughout a vehicle.

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