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I am looking to purchase a 2006 Titan in Louisiana. This will be my first truck and the primary reason for the purchase is because of imterior passenger and storage room. I do not expect to be using...

2006 Nissan Titan Crew SE...

Nissan's 39 month lease program for the 2006 Titan is more attractive than its 36 month program. NMAC's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 39 month lease of a 2006 Titan Cre...

product lineup. nissan introducing the armada, titan, and murano, and with the pathfinder, xterra, and frontier due a redesign for 2005, they will have the most extensive and fresh product lineup on ...

In my opinion I would go with the Titan or the F150. No Tacoma and no Tundra. Just the two i recommended. Pick one of the two whichever gives you a better deal. If you want torque and horsepower for h...

· Murano (7,550 units sold) and Titan (9,114) had their best month ever; Altima (24,865), Pathfinder (8,249), and Armada (3,909) had their best July...

I'm researching to see if I should buy a 2005 Titan and I've read alot about brake problems. Do the 2006 models have the same problem. I really liked this truck. Should I buy one?...

Yeah, the roof is fixed but the squeaks are worse. Renamed it from "The Beast" to "Squeaky". I can't wait to get out from under this thing- I've posted it for sale all over. So ...

Though I don't live in OK. I just want to say that you should thouroughly research your vehicle before spending your money. If you've settled on the Quest, nothing I say will change it, but a warning:...

Last week a rim on my 2006 Titan broke. The lug nuts and studs stayed in place, but the rim broke. Because the truck was out of warranty (mine had 46K instead of the 36K warranty number), Nissan sai...

over 400lbs. of torgue- If you're considering a Titan for it's percievd more horsepower, then it might be worth the wait, especially if you don't want to give you Toyota quality!...

version of the 5.6-liter V-8 found on the Nissan Titan truck, but with fuel-delivery system and valvetrain modifications for more sporting performance. My guess on power: probably around 440 bhp. And...

the Frontier uses a shortened version of the Titan chasis. The front end of the Frontier is also identical to that of the Pathfinder. When Toyota designed the Tacoma, they redesigned the truck from...

The Titan will sell close to 100k units, which is very strong for a truck with no customer base to pull from....
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