Nissan Unveils Titan and Frontier Midnight Editions

Joanna Estrada
August 22, 2017

The Nissan Frontier, Titan, and Titan XD models are the latest additions to the automaker's custom Midnight Edition lineup, which according to Nissan, sell on average two times faster than standard models.

So far Nissan has announced the price tag for the Midnight Edition models, which will go on sale later this fall.

The full-size Titan and Titan XD will feature the absence of chrome, a black grille and inserts, black rearview mirrors and door handles, dark headlights, dark foglight surrounds, unique badging, 20-inch black aluminum wheels, body-color bumpers and a charcoal interior. It is available in Crew Cab SV 4×2 and 4×4 automatic transmission variants, with a choice of Magnetic Black, Gun Metallic and Glacier White exterior body colours.

The Nissan Titan Midnight Edition will be offered on the Crew Cab SV and SL model. The only unfortunate thing is that the Midnight Edition brings no improvement to the performance of the Titan XD as it is only a cosmetic package. The new models include the Titan, Titan XD, and Frontier models. The trio of trucks joins the Altima, Murano, Pathfinder, Rogue and Sentra that got the treatment at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show, as well as the Maxima, in receiving the Midnight Edition, which Nissan claims sell two times faster than the standard models. Like the other auto brands, Nissan says the blacked-out trim levels appeal to Millennial buyers and sell almost twice as fast as their non-blacked-out counterparts. Both trucks will come in black, white, or gun metallic colors. "We're finding that buyers in the millennial age group especially are attracted to the Midnight Editions. Last year, Nissan was ranked as the number one brand for millennial purchases".

Although it's only offered on some of the more expensive trims, the Midnight Edition is a bright choice for those looking for a well-optioned truck for a steal. More information on the Midnight Edition trucks is available at

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