I traded up from a 2004 and have to say Nissan did a better job listening to the input from consumers on what was working and not working. FFV as standard on most of their trucks gives a great alternate fuel. I've averaged 12 mpg city and 14 mpg highway on ethanol (E85). At 50 cents less a gallon, the cost savings start adding up with very little mileage loss. Better larger brakes, 20 inch rims and tires to boot. I have the new long bed combined with Crew Cab. Can haul more gear and the gang with spacious cabin room. Ride is better with longer frame as well. I've owned trucks from Chevy and Ford. The Titan quality stands out by far.
New Bluetooth capability for hands free phone conversations. Dual climate control. Larger brakes and 20" rims. Power gear window.
Rear camera standard with nav system. Performance dual exhaust as an option. Locking glove box.
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