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.
Base package has power windows/locks, 6 disc w/ mp3 jack. It is a beat that (stock) is the fastest out there. HUGE interior, huge power, huge fun, huge center console. It is a Titan in every sense of the word.
Just quality control on the interior, supposedly fixed in the subsequent years.
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