All versions of the Titan single cab come with an 8-foot bed, Bluetooth phone integration, a rear-view monitoring system, spray-in bedliner, and a tow hitch. If you want much more, you’ll need to add some options, or move from the S trim to the SV trim. The latter adds a number of comfort and utility packages that include bed lighting, tie-down tracks, automatic headlights, running boards, and a seven-inch color screen among other things. Moving up to the SV trim will add $3,900 to both standard Titans and the Titan XD. Four-wheel-drive is also available on all models and trims, and will add another $3,030.
If you are looking for a Titan purely as a work vehicle, and have no need for extra passenger space, the single cab is by far the best deal. The cheapest crew cab Titan S starts at $35,975, over $5,000 more than the equivalent single cab. The single cab Titan also comes standard with a tow hitch and spray-in bedliner, which is an $800 option on the crew cab. The gap is a little closer when looking at the entry-level diesel Titan XD, but choosing the single cab will still save over $4,000.