I've always been a Nissan fan, but wasn't sure about the new Titan since it was a first year redesign. But there's so many Chevys and Fords I wanted to stand out. I drove from IA to AK to pickup my Titan pro4x 5.6 because I couldn't find the correct trim I wanted in the area. I trailered a 2010 Nissan Maxima with a Chevy 2500 Hd, traded the Maxima and pulled the 2500 with the Titan. I have to say it's pulls like nothing is behind you, I did notice it couldn't decide what gear to stay in through acceleration but after I removed the trailer it was fine. I wanted to really test the truck and going up a hill I was doing 80 mph no problem. So it's definitely a work horse. Gas gauge is hard to see with the steering wheel in the way. Also I did have to add power steering fluid because it started making a winning noise. Bluetooth to my S5 doesn't stay connected at times. Rockford speakers hit hard and the tool boxes are very handy for storing items. A lot people are buying diesel but you have to think what the maintenance is going to be later down the road on a Cummings and you have to purchase def blue. More of a expense through the years and a headache going to the auto part store. Overall I think Nissan did a good job, and I'm very happy with my purchase. But we will see how it holds up over the next 30,000 miles. Thank you Favorite options 120v power plug in bed by tailgate, very handy when needing a grinder. Built in bed and back seat tool boxes Over top light while driving, stays on so you can see cup holders Beefy tires no upgrades necessary with this package Overall feel is comfortable and I just want to keep driving it Chevy owners ask questions at gas stations, nice truck!
2017 Nissan Titan SV (fully loaded) Crew cab has given me nothing but problems. This truck has engine and transmission mapping problems KNOWN by Nissan but they continue to sell these trucks WITHOUT A FIX. Therefore, if you buy one you will be playing Russian roulette as you won't know if you get a good one or a bad one. The problem I have is the engine doesn't respond to the throttle as it should and when it does it hunts and the RPM guage flutters like it's struggling to go which is a serious problem when your trying to change over 2 to 3 lanes going 70MPH towing 5k pounds behind you. Although, Nissan knows about the fix they say they don't know when it will be fixed or when they will have a fix for it....Nissan should be ashamed of themselves cause the fit and finish on this truck is horrible. I had to personally pull rubber trim off and reseat it due to non fitting from the factory. Plus, the plastics and interior are sub par and the technology leaves you thinking your in the 90s. I traded a 2014 Toyota Tundra SR5 crewmax for this junk and feel the regret. Don't be like me and regret your 46k purchase. Buy Toyota or Buy Dodge, hell even Ford would be better then this truck.
I purchased a 2017 Nissan Titan XD PRO 4X in January 2017 and it has been a huge let down.Nissan lost one of their #1 fans. The day I drove the truck home I felt a vibration coming from what appeared to be the rear of the truck and the steering was also pulling hard to the right. I assumed these would be simple repairs. After a month in the shop the dealers did 3 front end alignments that did not change anything . Each time supposedly using new specs .They addressed the vibration by installing new tires on a new truck with 2k miles.The dealer then rotated and balanced the tires several times which did not do anything to correct the vibration. The service supervisor at the second dealer I took it to agreed after all their work the issues have not been corrected . The dealer allowed me to drive another new titan XD PRO 4x and it did the exact same thing my truck did. The dealer suggested I contact Nissan consumer affairs. After reading about how unhelpful Nissan consumer affairs has been I decided to get rid of the truck while I still could. I did allot of research before I purchased this truck and chose the XD because I currently own the first generation titan and a Nissan Armada that I have been happy with. Whats truly disappointing is Nissan has to Know about these issues but has chosen not to address them. I did not want to get stuck with a lemon so I decided to trade in the Titan with 6K miles on it for a F250 .This Titan has serious issues and the dealers have no knowledge on how to correct them. (So far I have been extremely happy with the F250)
I have been a big fan of the big 3 and was actually looking at the GM trucks. 5yr 100000 mile bumper to bumper played a huge roll in luring me to look at the new Titan. So far very happy with my decision.