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2017 Titan 5.6L SV - Smooth, Comfortable & Quiet

Robert, 10/01/2017
SV 4dr Crew Cab 4WD (5.6L 8cyl 7A)
29 of 29 people found this review helpful

TWO YEAR UPDATE: The Titan performs well towing our new travel trailer. The trailer is 5,400 lbs, so it's an easy pull for the Titan, even in the mountains of West Virginia. The only warranty item has been to replace the alternator. The service manager said this was the only alternator he had ever replaced in a Titan under warranty. No other issues; I remain very happy with the purchase of the Nissan Titan. 2017 First Impressions: My standard for a new truck was to match the comfort and smoothness of my 2007 Chevy Avalanche. I test drove all of the half-tons and selected the Titan. The truck delivers a quiet ride with a muted V-8 growl and smooth shifting under power. The suspension is well tuned for a truck, delivering a highway ride that is second-to-none. At the SV trim level - comprising the majority of Titan sales - the Comfort and Convenience Package provides most of the options drivers want: 8-way adjustable, heated seats; blind spot warning system; rear camera, running boards, and Class IV hitch with 4/7 pin wiring. Though I liked many features about the Silverado as well, Nissan's 5 year / 100,000 mile bumper-to-bumper warranty tipped the scale to the Titan.

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I love it

Tim Mcmillen, 11/23/2017
SV 4dr Crew Cab (5.6L 8cyl 7A)
18 of 18 people found this review helpful

I have owned several recent F-150s and 2013 and up Suburbans ( ALSO OWN A 2017 LT SUBURBAN CURRENTLY . So i feel i can give a fair and accurate opinion on the titan. Absolutely love the looks and not many of them on the road. I get the occasional WTF look is that from the big 3 Truck guys. V8 is amazing! Power to spare. MPG has been around 15 hoping it better as it breaks in more ....maybe...Transmission is very good not super smooth. a little busy/ hesitant in the lower gears up until 30-35 MPH . VERY VERY SLIGHT I MUST SAY. Really hate the 26 gallon fuel tank. That's unacceptable in a full size truck. Infotainment system is yes a little dated and small. But works great. Plenty of USB ports and 12 volt outlets. Would love the option of a longer bed on the crew cab Like Ford offers. 5 year /100K warranty is awesome. Drives great on the road. can cruise all day 75-80 MPH on the freeway. Engineers definitely spent time and got the ride right. To my horror i almost drove straight to Costco from the dealer to remove the OE "General" tires. However they are surprisingly very very good. Would buy Nissan again in a second. Look folks they have spent BIG money/ time on this truck / product and its evident. big 3 have been doing trucks since FOREVER. I assure you for a half ton it merits a look.

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Best deal for the money

Todd, 10/21/2017
Platinum Reserve 4dr Crew Cab 4WD (5.6L 8cyl 7A)
13 of 13 people found this review helpful

I normally dont do reviews, but thought this was worth writing. I own 3 pickups and am not brand dedicated because there are so many nice trucks. I own 3 different trucks. I am drawn to looks first then power and interior. I have notice reading reviews that most want to beat the trucks up, there are no perfect trucks. The Nissan drew me in because it was different and I dont recall any recalls. I owned a Xterra and it was bulletproof and am hoping for the same on my Titan. After looking at all brands and I liked them all, I really like the warranty on my Titan and I got more equipment for the money than the competitors. My first and second tank of fuel at 70 mpg I got 17.5, I was very pleased and when it get broke in I hope for 20. I find it to be very quiet and so were all the others on top of the line. I guess I could beat the truck up with small complaints but sure makes spending my money on it hard to swallow. If the truck last me for 10 years I will be very pleased. I know the ride will get much better as it has in all my cars and trucks in time. I hope you enjoy your new purchase as much as I am enjoying mine. 18 month review and its still a great truck. I just got back from a 3K miles run with a trailer. The trailer was about 4K lbs and mileage was about 10 mpg at 70. This truck is so quiet and ride is great. It was a great purchase and if it is as reliable as my Xterra this will be another wonderful truck. 2 1/2 years now and still a great truck, I have 20k miles on it and everything is good. I get a lot of compliments on how quiet it is and the ride. I really like all the new trucks out there, but I think I made a great decision. I have added a 6" lift, camper and 35" tires, now I get compliments on the whole truck. These changes didn't change the ride of cabin noise. The mileage is about 17 on the hwy unless i have a strong headwind. The V8 runs great and would hate to have a V6. Well my 3 year review is still about the same, the truck runs great and still as quiet as the day I bought it. I tow a camper now and then, my mileage is about 9 mpg on calm day and 6 mpg with 20 mph head wind. I have found most trucks are about the same no matter what they tell you. The truck is still about 10k cheaper for the same equipment. Well, I'm into about my 4th year and the truck has been bulletproof. Still love everything about it. Mileage is still about 17 on the hwy at 65 to 70. Not much to complain about.

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Just an overall awesome set of wheels

Brian Terk, 01/05/2017
SV 4dr Crew Cab (5.6L 8cyl 7A)
22 of 24 people found this review helpful

For starters keep in mind that I'm 44 years old and have owned multiple trucks from multiple manufacturers, I'm not a "must buy this or that brand guy." The truck is too new to measure reliability yet, but Nissan gives you piece of mind with its standard bumper to bumper 5 year 100k warranty. What I love most about this truck is that nothing stands out, what do I mean by that? SV with convenience package has everything I need. The seats are ridiculously comfortable, the power is more than expected, the curb appeal is 2nd to none, the standard features do what they're supposed to with no awkward controls. Everything just blends, operates and does what I expect it to and this truck is second none. Props to Nissan for a job well done!

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New Titan vs Old Titan

Rooster, 03/22/2017
SL 4dr Crew Cab 4WD (5.6L 8cyl 7A)
21 of 23 people found this review helpful

I had the older version Titan so I tried for the newer version Titan. 6 months in these are my opinions. At first I thought exterior looks were hands down Old Titan but after driving it I give the new bold, big look a tick under the Old Titan. Interior wise hands down goes to the New Titan. Spacious, lots of storage, comfortable all the way around, materials are great, layout is great just flows with you. Electronic wise the New Titan is upgraded but still has some of the bluetooth glitches occasionally and USB work great if you have an iPod or iPhone. But still has the Rockford Fosgate system that is way better than the Old Titan. I did have to replace front sonar sensor only after 2 months of owning. So I call it a draw. Power wise the new V8 dusts the old V8 and I thought that was a strong motor. The 7 speed tranny takes a little getting use to. Towing is off the chain and 4WD is a beast. Reality hurts when it comes to MPG, but my Old titan wasn't much better. I drive a mixed run of city and hwy and typically every tank of gas is 16.5 to 17.2 depending on if I drive more than the other. I have taken it on multiple road trips and it is by far a better ride, and power than the Old Titan. My only serious grip is that the New Titan does not turn sharp and is awkward in tight spaces where as my Old Titan never had these issues. Overall I recommend it over Tundra, Ram for sure. Just a simple test drive puts it over these two easy. I have driven a 2017 F150 and Silverado 4WD, in my opinion, Titan is very comparable to the F150, maybe a tick above in some cases but a tick below in others, but both of these fall a little short of the Silverado, which right now is top gun in this class. My deal came to financing, in which Nissan had the upper hand. It really is an opinion based, drive them, go from there. The New Titan has definetly come along way.

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