Most of us saw this coming but now it is finally confirmed! Nissan Spokeswoman Wendy Orthman confirmed that Nissan will be axing the single-cab and Cummins Diesel from the 2020 line up.

Titan XD with Cummins Turbodiesel was offered as a good mix between half and full ton trucks. With the diesel, the Titan XD is rated to tow up to 12,710 pounds, which is less than a light duty Ford F-150 can handle even though all engines from both automakers produce less torque.

Last month Nissan sold just 2,242 Titans total, or about as many F-150s as Ford sells in one day. That figure includes all of the half-ton trucks as well as the gasoline and diesel versions of the XD.

Nissan hasn’t shared what updates the refreshed 2020 Titan will receive, but spy shots show the refresh will include tweaked front and rear fascias along with a larger infotainment touchscreen. The refreshed 2020 Nissan Titan will be unveiled this fall and production will begin after the final 2019 Titan rolls off the assembly line in Canton, Mississippi, in December.