You do not want to miss out on the 2021 Nissan TITAN Platinum Reserve. This new Nissan TITAN for sale is at the top of the pack not only of the Nissan TITAN lineup but of all other same-class pickups. The Platinum Reserve trim level gives you peak everything, as the sophisticated name might suggest. Dive into the world of the Nissan TITAN top trim below and learn about what makes this trim truly top-of-the-line.
There are actually three different variants of the 2021 Nissan TITAN Platinum Reserve. They mainly differ based on their drivetrains, but there is also a Platinum Reserve trim in the new Nissan TITAN XD for sale, an even more capable variant, offering even more capability to the lineup.
You can also add on the Platinum Reserve Utility Package for an additional $1,390. It comes with TITAN boxes on the sides of the bed and a rear bumper step assist, which makes it easier to load and unload whatever you're carrying in the back.
All of the Platinum Reserve models are crew cab trucks, meaning it has the largest cabin size of them all and four doors. You can seat six people in the 2021 Nissan TITAN Platinum Reserve models. So, not only is this a workhorse model, but it's also a truck that you can use as an everyday family vehicle, if you want to do so.
As the highest trim of the bunch, it makes sense that the Platinum Reserve would be the most powerful model in the lineup. Both standard Nissan TITAN Platinum Reserves have a 5.6L direct injection gasoline DOHC 32-valve V8 engine. That's a lot of hubbub to basically say that it's a really powerful engine. That statement is proven in its ability to get up to 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque. However, with the different drivetrains comes different towing and payload capacities.
The 4x2 model gets a max towing capacity of 9,310 lbs. when properly equipped and a max payload capacity of 1,590 lbs. It has more towing capacity and less payload capacity than the 4x4 variant. The 4x4 Platinum Reserve gets a max towing capacity of 9,210 lbs. when properly equipped and a max payload of 1,650 lbs. So, the drivetrain you choose will be dependent on if you plan to do more towing or carry more weight in the bed of your truck.
The Nissan TITAN Platinum Reserve is the top trim in the Nissan TITAN and Nissan TITAN XD lineup. It comes with tons of upgraded interior features, accents, and more. It also offers exclusive appointments that can't be seen on other trims in the model's lineup.
There are two different towing capacities depending on which drivetrain you get. The 2021 Nissan TITAN Platinum Reserve 4x4 is rated to tow a max of 9,210 lbs. when properly equipped. The 2021 Nissan TITAN Platinum Reserve 4x2 drivetrain is rated to tow up to 9,310 lbs. when properly equipped, just edging out the 4x4 drivetrain.
If you go with the upgraded TITAN XD variant, however, you'll see increased specs across the board, including in towing capacity. The 2021 Nissan TITAN XD Platinum Reserve (which only comes with a 4x4 drivetrain) can tow up to 11,040 lbs. with a Gooseneck Hitch, as long as it is properly equipped.
Similarly to the towing capacities, you'll see different starting MSRPs with the different drivetrains. The 2021 Nissan TITAN Platinum Reserve 4x4 starts at $59,380 MSRP.1 The 2021 Nissan TITAN Platinum Reserve 4x2 clocks a slightly lower starting price at $56,140 MSRP.1
When you get a 2021 Nissan TITAN Platinum Reserve from us in Hattiesburg, MS, you're going to be the top dog of pickup truck drivers with all the capability you're getting. Not to mention, everyone is going to be envious of the amazing price you'll get from our dealership, especially if you get one of our Nissan TITAN lease specials. If you're ready to hone the power of the 2021 Nissan TITAN Platinum Reserve, call us or visit our dealership today to get started.
1Price is Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). MSRP excludes tax, title, license, options and destination charge. Dealer sets actual price.