2005 Nissan Titan 4dr King Cab LE Rwd SB (5.6L 8cyl 5A)
The power and luxury combination of the Titan is unparallaled. The other major brands can not compete. The motor is solid. The frame is rigid, still handles great and is quiet in the cab. I like the sprayed in bed liner and the utility tie down tracks and the tailgate damper. The power outlet in the bed is also a great idea. The downfalls to this truck are the undersized brakes. It tends to warp rotors in about 20000 miles. I am also less than impressed with the tires and rims. The alloy rims have been a constant problem as of late due to the fact that the air is slowly leaking out around the bead of the tire. They should offer steel rims.
The stereo is amazing. The steering wheel controls are also great. The motor is fierce and it is a solid work truck.
They should increase the size of the brake rotors so they don't overheat and warp. They should also offer steel rims,as opposed to the alloys that constantly leak. The tires could use a slightly more aggressive tread.
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