Bought Truck New in 2004. Have had water leaking in problems for over 2 years and run around from Nissan. Engine Power is Great. Build Quality is bad. Water leaks in. Rear Diff clunks. Plastic interior coming apart. Radio/Cruse steering wheel controls crooked.
I've owned Ford, Chevy, Dodge, and now Nissan. By far the Nissan Titan out performs in all aspects of what a truck should be. I've compared all others in it's class, and nothing comes close to the Titan. I've been more than happy with the truck since I've owned it and would recommend the truck to anyone who would like a great truck.
Gas Pedal response time is awesome. Power is not a problem. Comfort of interior,very roomy. Stereo has a great sound for a stock radio. Stock truck had a lot of bells and whistles.
Mirrors stick out too far.. Cannot get into garage unless rolling down windows and folding in mirrors each time. Better turning radius.
This is my first and, unfortunately, last Titan. I was immediately drawn to it due to its looks, power, and roomy back seat (no one comes close to 2nd row seat). The front bucket seats are extremely comfortable, especially for long trips, and the initial fit and finish of the interior is great. I tow a lot during the summer and it pulls effortlessly and handles well. But I have had nothing but problems. First, they had a shimmer/shake brake issue that was recalled, but just a "quick fix" performed (ground down rotors, which eventually warped). There are so many squeaks and rattles in and behind the dash it's almost maddening. Very cheap lock mechanism on outside storage compartment.
Acceleration, power, towing, roomy back seat, seat comfort (great on longer trips), truck bed (liner, movable tie-downs), looks (interior and exterior)
Disappointing stereo (definitely doesn't live up to Rockford Fosgate name), very squeaky and noisy dash, brakes, lockable storage useless (can't open/close in cold weather), door handles/locks (won't operate or cables break in colder weather), road/wind noise, fuel econ, leaky seals
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