For a 5.6 the truck pretty muscly.
The drivetrain/ride is pretty smooth like all Nissans tend to be, a level of civilized smoothness.
I like the fold up seats in the crew cab back, which by the way are far more comfortable than Ford's and others.
I tended to put tools and groceries inside the cab with the seats folded up. I like the looks of the truck too.
Toyota had a great thing with the Tundra before it went panda looking, I think the Chevy Silverado has it in the good looks department but the Titan looks aggressive and cool.
I think the Titan bed is a little cheap though--seems plastic liner covers places where there isn't sheet metal underneath which I didn't lik
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