by Major Disaster on Sep 29, 2009 Vehicle: 2004 Nissan Titan 4dr Crew Cab XE Rwd SB (5.6L 8cyl 5A)
Researched full sized trucks and chose Titan in 2004, after driving the others. Never regretted it, now has 80,000 miles on it without a complaint. Factory replaced original rotors after first ones warped early on, and no further problems and couple minor recall items fixed. Strong truck with torque-monster motor, have pulled big trailers, loaded it up even beyond it's capacity and no complaints from it. Huge interior, now wife drives it regularly, with two big dogs in pack seat. Sad to hear that Nissan will discontinue it soon, would replace it with another one if they are still around, but it's indestructible for now.
by LHopper on Aug 17, 2009 Vehicle: 2004 Nissan Titan 4dr Crew Cab XE Rwd SB (5.6L 8cyl 5A)
Never owned a pick up prior to this truck, I have put 140,000 miles on this truck, with no issues, , except original brake problem that Nissan addressed and fixed. Low low maintenance, still have original battery in Arizona after 4 years I hope they come out with a 6 foot bed in the 4 door, and a diesel. Best truck money can buy... Sorry Detroit maybe u guys will learn some day to use better longer lasting components
by jrs on Dec 29, 2006 Vehicle: 2004 Nissan Titan 4dr Crew Cab XE Rwd SB (5.6L 8cyl 5A)
It is no wonder the new silverado and tundra have been given monster torque and hp, because in 04 nissan set a new benchmark for power and performance in its debut truck. Interior build is the only drawback. A few things are going to be a little off, wear poorly (my visors sag, and the paint comes off with wear on the door handle). Putting the rubber to the road, you will feel like you are in a 90's chevy z-71... if that truck had a huge interior that doubles as your office on the road (i landscape for extra cash). Steering is tight, driving is fun, mileage is the same as the new f-150. I would buy this truck again every time, and it has better base features.
by greg taylor on Aug 4, 2005 Vehicle: 2004 Nissan Titan 4dr Crew Cab XE Rwd SB (5.6L 8cyl 5A)
About every 6,000 miles expect front brake work. The first time, new pads, resurface rotors. Second time,new pads,new rotors, with explaination that all parts are not avail. Third time new pads, resurface rotors. Still no "parts" to correctlly fix. I suspect that in about 2,000 miles I'll be back again. Only this time I am going to make the dealer replace this vehicle under Florida's Lemon Law. Other than that it is a great truck
by jack on Dec 26, 2004 Vehicle: 2004 Nissan Titan 4dr Crew Cab XE Rwd SB (5.6L 8cyl 5A)
I traded in my 03 Frontier Crew Cab for
my new Titan Crew Cab. What a
difference. I have been a Ford fan for
years but Nissan's products are hard to
beat, especially on quality and price.
We have taken 2 road trips and found it
to be most comfortable. Passing is not
problem. The folding rear seats make
for perfect storage while carrying
things that don't need to be exposed to
I have received numerous compliments on
my Titan's appearance. Especially the
Deep Water blue paint.
I'm routinely getting 16 mpg in town
and 19 on the highway without a
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