2019 Nissan Titan pickup gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, costs more
18 Octobre 2018 - Autoblog
Even the barebones Titan S gets touchscreen infotainment
In the extraordinarily competitive truck market, we've found the Nissan Titan to be just adequate. But at least one issue we've had with the truck is being addressed for the 2019 model year: the infotainment. Every version of the truck, even the barebones work truck Titan S, will get a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system. And more important, it will come standard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
For buyers of King Cab and Crew Cab Titans, there's also a new sound system upgrade available. It's a 485-watt system from Panasonic and Fender with 10 speakers in the King Cab and 12 in the Crew Cab. It's a standard feature on all Crew Cab SL and Platinum trim levels and an option on Pro-4X models with either a King Cab or Crew Cab.
The new model year and features also come with slightly higher prices. Pricing on every trim and powertrain combination is not yet available, but base prices for each engine option are. The regular-cab Titan S with two-wheel drive and the gasoline V8 now starts at $31,785, an increase of $360. The Titan XD S with the same cab and powertrain starts at $34,065, an increase of $380. The diesel Titan XD S rounds out the pricing at $39,665, which at $430 is the largest increase over the 2018 model.