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Last Updated: December 20, 2018

Slow Sales: Nissan Titan sales sit dead last in the full size truck segment. With competition consisting of the auto industry’s top-selling vehicles – the Ram 1500, the Chevy Silverado, and the Ford F-150 – the Titan has a perpetual uphill battle when it comes to sales.

High Prices: The Titan’s starting price of $30,030 is the third highest in the class, while a top-trim Titan ($56,800) is also on the pricey end for the segment.

Time to Buy: Buyers on a tight budget should avoid the Titan and consider the 2018 Ram 1500, as its starting price of $27,095 is the lowest in the class. Moreover, the redesigned 2019 Ram 1500 recently rolled onto the sales lots, so you may be able to find a sweet deal on the 2018 model. Make sure to check out this month’s Ram deals page for the best finance and lease offers. If you’re set on the Nissan, check out this month’s Nissan deals for all the Nissan best finance and Nissan lease offers.

2018 Nissan Titan Prices

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