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The last real truck?

Papa Joe, 06/11/2023
2021 Nissan Titan PRO-4X 4dr Crew Cab 4WD SB (5.6L 8cyl 9A)
I don't understand the negative reviews by the "professionals" while the actual owners rate the truck quite well. It rides very smooth for a 1/2 ton truck. The use of analogue displays/gauges combined with the 7" digital display allows for the best of both worlds as you can select many different views from the digital display. The zero gravity seats are amazingly comfortable and the … standard safety features of the titan cost thousands as options on competitors (with the exception of the Toyota Tundra). While some pros praise the new hybrid and turbo V6s, they are yet to be proven for long haul hard work in trucks. V8s including the 5.6 endurance V8 have been around and proven to reach 300K plus miles. Price: When shopping the capabilities, I looked at the Ram Rebel, the Ford Tremor, the Toyota TRD Pro, and the Titan Pro 4X. When comparing all things equal, leather seats, moon roof, V8, adaptive cruise, running boards (short wife and kids)... I ended up with a list of preferred items. By shopping those items, the Toyota doesn't offer a big 8 anymore and the price is a solid $12K or more with no incentives. Ford and Ram offer the 5.0 in the Tremor and the 5.7 in the rebel, but easily cost $10 to $14K more with no incentives or very few. The Titan offered 0% financing for 60 months and discounts with an already lower price. All in, the Titan cost almost 30% less than the competition ($10 to $14K in price plus thousands in financing charges with the current interest rates). Sticker Titan Pro 4X at $64k with incentives down to 60K with taxes, fees, and zero % interest for 60 months totals $64,201 by the time the loan is paid. The comparable Rebel at $74K with the same percent of taxes and the same exact fees at 5% interest for 60 months = $89,575 by the time the loan is paid. The Ram is great truck and the interior is a little better, but I do not believe it is 30% better. Pros: Costs, powerful naturally aspirated V8, very smooth 9 speed transmission, ride quality, seat comfort, warranty (by far best in class), standard safety features, multiple camera views, traditional buttons and knobs integrated well with digital and touchscreen interface, front skid plate forward location... Cons: lower max tow rating than competitors, lower quality camera display, smaller aftermarket support due to market share, MPGs are as would be expected with a big V8. Final Thoughts: While it is not for everyone, the Nissan Titan Pro 4X offers a lot of truck for the money. If you are in the market for an American made (Mississippi) truck with a throaty V8 and lots of features, it should be in consideration and does not deserve the lower ratings given by some reviews. At the time of this review, you can get a Titan Pro 4X for about the same price as the new Colorado and Canyon (considering finance charges) and far less than the full size counterparts.
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