New Nissan Trucks Near St. Louis

The market is growing, offering more and more vehicles that are smarter, stronger, and more versatile than ever before. But when it comes down to really getting the job done the right way, drivers in the greater St. Louis metro area keep coming back to pickup trucks. The new line of Nissan trucks, from small hobby pickups to tough, full-size trucks, offers something for everyone. All new Nissan Frontier trucks are covered by a standard 36-month/36,000-mile new-vehicle limited warranty, all new Nissan Titan and Titan XD trucks offer a standard 60-month/100,000-mile limited warranty, and all are backed by true Nissan quality.

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What are the Differences Between Nissan Trucks?

Are the Titan and the Titan XD the same? Is the Nissan Frontier good off road? Is the Titan bigger than the Frontier? What can tow more, the Titan XD or the Titan? What is the Titan or Frontier Midnight Edition? Does Nissan offer a diesel truck? You've got questions--we've got answers.

The new lineup of Nissan trucks may be small, but it's great for St. Louis drivers who want to get the most out of every day. Nissan's small trucks offer the perfect capabilities for drivers who don't need to tow a lot but like the convenience and versatility of a pickup bed. Its full-size trucks really up the ante, offering a variety of engine options and performance choices, hefty towing power, and muscles to haul all kinds of cargo. Boats, campers, trailers, and more--it's never been easy to move your gear in style.

While there's a lot to learn about these three new truck models, knowing the basic differences between them can help make it a lot easier to narrow down your choices and find the right fit for you and for your lifestyle. Get to know new Nissan trucks here:

  • Nissan Frontier: small hobby truck that's great for daily driving, weekend adventures, DIY projects, and basic towing needs--lowest price, lowest tow ratings
  • Nissan Titan: full-size light-duty pickup truck with lots of options, multiple cab and bed styles, and powerful engine options--middle of the price range, great tow ratings
  • Nissan Titan XD: full-size "medium-duty" pickup truck that builds on everything you love about the Titan and adds more power, stronger performance, and more options--highest price, highest tow ratings

Need a little more information about the differences between these trucks and want to know more about what they offer? Read on to get the details about every model in the new Nissan truck line.

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Nissan Frontier

Some things never change--some things like the Nissan Frontier. While we can expect an all-new model to arrive sometime in the near future, the current generation is holding strong over a decade of production. The Frontier's low starting price makes it an attractive option for local drivers and families who are looking for a daily driver or a hobby truck. It offers the versatility of a truck with the practicality of a smaller crossover. The Frontier is available in Crew Cab and King Cab, with a regular or long bed. Choose from 4x2 drive or 4x4 drive. What will you love about it? Affordable price, smooth transmission, standard features.

Nissan Frontier

Nissan Titan

The Nissan Titan's comfortable interior doesn't feel like you're in a V6-equipped truck, and its smooth-riding feel could make you forget that you're in a truck entirely. Getting the best of pickup performance with the best of intelligent engineering is really what sets Nissan trucks apart, and the full-size light-duty Titan brings its best. It can tow up to 9,470 pounds, and its payload rating maxes out at 1,940 pounds when properly configured and equipped. The Titan is available in Crew Cab, King Cab, and Single Cab. Choose from 4x2 drive or 4x4 drive. What will you love about it? Smooth, car-like ride, easy maneuverability, stylish design.

Nissan Titan

Nissan Titan XD

While the "XD" may seem like a trim level--and the Titan line as a whole is often seen as one model line--this truck does stand out. The Titan XD features many of the same tech and comfort features found in the Titan, with a more powerful set of abilities and an available diesel engine. It can tow up to 12,310 pounds, and its payload rating maxes out at 2,080 pounds when properly configured and equipped. The Titan XD is available in Crew Cab, King Cab, and Single Cab. Choose from 4x2 drive or 4x4 drive, and gas or diesel engines. What will you love about it? More power, a bolder look, and more capability.

Nissan Titan

Research New Nissan Trucks for Sale Near St. Louis

If you're still puzzled about the differences between the Frontier vs Titan vs Titan XD and you haven't found the answers you need from our inventory, we recommend that you stop in to visit us in person and really get a feel for these new trucks for yourself.

The financing team at AutoCenters Nissan can help you decide which truck configuration, model, and trim will be best for your budget. Building a Nissan lease or auto loan for your truck has never been easier than at our St. Louis-area truck dealership--whether you have bad credit, great credit, or no credit, a new Nissan truck could be in your future.