2019 Nissan Titan XD Prices, Reviews, and Pictures

The Nissan Titan XD pickup truck is a full-size pick up truck that’s designed for people who have to do tough jobs. The Titan XD was introduced in 2016 and expands the Titan range to the heavy-duty segment. It features a diesel engine producing 555 pound-feet. The Titan XD can tow north of 12,000lbs and comes in five trims. These range from workhorse, off-roader, luxury, and everything in between. Additional safety technology is available for drivers to give them added peace of mind.


The Nissan Titan XD is a smooth-running diesel-powered truck. The Nissan Titan XD’s low-end torque is impressive, making it great for driving around the city and for large jobs. Because the pickup has a smaller footprint, parking is much easier than with heavy-duty trucks. The pickup is a great combination of utility and capability.

Pricing and Trims

All Titan XDs have a crew cab that has four doors and a 6.5-foot bed. The truck can carry five to six people depending on the trim. Five trim levels are available: SV, Pro-4X SL, SL, and Platinum Reserve. The standard equipment in the S trim includes a locking rear tailgate, 17 inch steel wheels, manual sliding rear window, manual reflections, remote keyless access, Bluetooth, an adjustable steering knob, front bench seat and 60/40 split-folding back seat. It also has a 5-inch infotainment display, USB port, and an auxiliary audio input jack. The S Convenience & Utility package adds a front overhead storage console and spray-in mattress liner, as well as a receiver hitch and 7-pin wiring harness connector. SV models have an overhead compartment, chrome exterior treatments and a upgraded gauge cluster. They also include satellite radio, Siri Eyes free, phone mobile app integration, and satellite radio. The SV Tow Convenience Package adds the optional receiver hitch for the S, as well as manually extendable sidemirrors, a trailer brake controller, and an integrated gooseneck trailer hookch. The SV Comfort & Convenience package includes 20-inch alloy wheels, foglights and automatic headlights. The SV Utility package includes the Utili-Track Bed Rail system, LED box illumination and a spray-in mattress liner. There is also a 120-volt power outlet under the rear seats. The Pro-4X comes with 18-inch dark wheels, all terrain tires, Bilstein shocks and skid plates, a locking differential, hill descent control and cloth/vinyl upholstery. There is also a towing package, voice controls, and a towing package. The Pro-4X Convenience Package adds an auto-dimming driver’s side mirror, remote engine start, leather upholstery and power-adjustable seats. There are also seat heaters in the front and back. A heated steering wheel is included. The Utility and Audio bundles the SV Utility package and a Rockford Fosgate sound system, which includes a subwoofer and twelve speakers. The Pro-4X Luxury package includes front seat ventilation, titanium box bed storage pockets, and a 360-degree camera system. The SL includes everything except the off-road equipment, Luxury package and front seat ventilation. It also adds 20-inch alloy wheels, lots of exterior chrome trim, leather upholstery, and plenty of exterior chrome trim. As an option, the Titan boxes can be purchased as a standalone item. The Platinum Reserve package includes all the features mentioned above except for off-road equipment. It also includes dark chrome exterior trim, dark-and-brown-leather upholstery, aluminum doorsill plates, wood trim, and a DVD entertainment system. The MSRP for a Titan XD is approximately $43,000 for an S-model and $45,000 with a factory invoice. The vehicle’s MSRP is increased by $4,000 by adding the SV trim and an additional $4,000. By adding the Pro-4X, the vehicle’s MSRP will increase by approximately $4,000. The MSRP is increased by $4,000 if you go with the SL. The Platinum Reserve adds an additional $5,000. You will enjoy hassle-free shopping at your Certified Dealer and a discounted upfront price.

Performance and Engine

Only one engine is available for the Titan XD: a turbocharged 5.0 liter diesel V-8. It produces 310 horsepower and 555 lb.ft. of torque. Except for the Pro-4X which has rear-wheel drive, a standard engine, but you can add four-wheel drive. All models come standard with a six-speed automatic.


The exterior of the Titan XD is different as well as the interior. The column shifter makes it possible for a third person to sit up front on the bench seat. The center stack is simpler than other Titans and has larger air vents. Although there are many controls, most of them are easy to use and find. The space is ample and can accommodate large adults in both rows. There are plenty of storage compartments. The seats are comfortable and soft enough to allow for longer trips.

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