2005 Nissan Titan King Cab 4dr King Cab SE FFV Rwd SB (5.6L 8cyl 5A)
I purchased the Texas edition Titan and i have enjoyed the truck to the max since i have had it. It is quite the head turner and many have said that it is way better than any other truck that is currently out. My father had just purchased a 2005 F-150 and was very dissapointed that he could have gone with a Nissan for cheaper and way more features than he has on his truck the only time i have taken it to the dealer was for the oil change and to get that problem with the brakes fixed. Other than that the truck performs and drives better than any other truck i have driven.
steering wheel mounted controls, auto dimming rear view mirror, telescoping side view mirrors, the chrome package on the Texas edition Titan, 305hp engine
electric rear passenger windows better factory brakes to avoid the hassel of having to service the vehicle after 5000 miles
2005 Nissan Titan King Cab 4dr King Cab SE FFV 4WD SB (5.6L 8cyl 5A)
The '05 Titan is a fantastic truck that any full-size buyer should investigate. I was on the verge of buying an F-150 during the great summer deals (also a nice truck) but I decided to test drive the Titan before I bought. Boy am I glad I did! The Titan has a MUCH more impressive driveline than F-150, even with the bigger Ford V8. Torque and HP numbers don't mean much...its how the vehicle feels that matters, and Titan feels great. I've had it 6 months, and there has only been one small problem; the dealership took care of it immediately. Yes it has poor gas mileage, but that shouldn't be a surprise to anybody (just look at the size of the thing!). You won't be disappointed w/ Titan.
Utility bed with great tie-down system and small tool locker -Aux input for an iPod! -Ridiculous torque that you can actually feel (unlike in F-150) .Head-turning capability (all my friends love this truck) -Nissan reputation for long-lasting trucks -Very adaptable interior & wide-swing doors
It would be great to have a cylinder shut-off system to improve mileage a bit (I don't need all that torque all the time). I love the locking tailgate, but it would be nice if it was connected to the power locks for when I forget to unlock it before I start 'er up.