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2020 Titan SV Crew Cab 4x4 - Awesome truck

Jeret, 05/28/2020
2020 Nissan Titan SV 4dr Crew Cab 4WD SB (5.6L 8cyl 9A)
52 of 53 people found this review helpful

I was in the market for a new truck and picked the Nissan Titan over the Ram and Chevy. I was upgrading from a 2008 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT with 5.7 HEMI. I did a significant amount of research on which vehicle was the better value for similar price points. I also looked at maintenance and consumer reviews and the Titan consistently had less issues and high consumer reviews. I know every manufacturer has some kind of issue and nothing is perfect, but I didn’t see anything monumentally wrong with the Titan. I liked the maintenance aspect of this truck, since I do my own maintenance. No turbos, 16 spark plugs, etc. just a simple V8 that had really good power and didn’t require/recommend 89 octane or higher to run properly. These are my impressions of the truck: Ride quality - drives more like a car, but maybe not exactly like the Ram’s luxury car ride that I test drove. However, it is light years ahead of my previous truck. The steering is very good and responsive and I don’t feel like it’s a chore doing u-turns in it. The cabin is quiet and mostly hear the engine when I’m climbing RPM’s and the engine just sounds tough. Drivetrain - the 9-speed really applies the power appropriately and it just wants get off the line. The 5.6 is a solid engine and has “plenty” of power to make the truck feel nimble. Has great acceleration. Interior/Tech - I purchased the truck with the convenience package, utility package, and tow package. This truck has the 9” screen and looks good with clear definition and the Nissan connect software works really well. There’s no lag or hesitation when using the interface. I feel it’s laid out well and just easy to use. The seats are cloth and wanted leather seats, but the quality of the cloth seats are very nice and not in a rush to do the katzkin seat treatment. The seats are very comfortable. Overall the interior doesn’t feel cheap like the Chevy I sat in and is actually pretty nice. I think it’s better than the Chevy for sure and a little better than the Ford. It has plenty of space in the front and in the back for a crew cab and also has all the outlets and comfort you could possibly need. I really like it the interior and have no complaints. Overall, I think this truck is excellent and totally underrated. For all the amenities that you get for the price of the truck you just can’t beat it. Plus the warranty is 100k. Just a great truck and highly recommend.

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5 out of 5 stars

2020 Titan is impressive!

lsutigers, 08/02/2020
2020 Nissan Titan PRO-4X 4dr Crew Cab 4WD SB (5.6L 8cyl 9A)
29 of 29 people found this review helpful

After looking at similar offerings from the big 3, I compared them against the Titan and came away impressed with the overall package. Each of the manufacturers has their high points and low points, for instance: Ram has the nicest interior/infotainment system and best ride but falls short on reliability. GMC has a great 360 degree camera system for trailering but the interior materials quality is at the bottom of the segment. It has a lot of catching up to do in that dept. Ford offers a great turbocharged V6 option (Ecoboost) with a lot of power and great fuel economy. They also tout the highest towing numbers in the class but in real-world towing situation, it just doesn’t feel confident towing over 10k lbs. go with a Super Duty truck if you want to tow more that 10k. Finally, while the Titan doesn’t offer the most configurations, it does most things really well and is a good compromise between quality and value. For 2020, they have stepped it up with a ton of high-tech safety features as standard equipment. Basically, all of the options available in high-end luxury cars now come standard on the Titan. Yes, it only offers one engine option but it is very powerful and the truck/platform pulls and tows with great confidence. The interior was recently updated with more standard tech than the competition and is only behind Ram as far as nav screen size goes. It also offers lots of connectivity options (standard) inside the cabin and the materials feel high quality. There is also an optional panoramic moonroof! Overall, you can’t go wrong with the Titan. If offers a ton of standard equipment and you can get a great deal if you negotiate, significantly cheaper than the competition. Not to mention that it offers by far the best warranty in the business, 5yr/100k miles. The Titan is not just a great value proposition, it is a very capable truck. Just spending a few minutes in a Titan, you can instantly tell that truck is built very well with high quality materials and feels very solid and planted. Unfortunately, most truck buyers will never get to experience how great the Titan is as they will only consider one or maybe two options from Detroit. Even the Tundra gets little to no respect with domestic truck buyers. Speaking of the Tundra, it is due for a major redesign in 2021 or 2022 and feels very dated so I didn’t even consider it as an option at this time.

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4 out of 5 stars

The last real truck?

Papa Joe, 06/11/2023
2021 Nissan Titan PRO-4X 4dr Crew Cab 4WD SB (5.6L 8cyl 9A)
20 of 20 people found this review helpful

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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4 out of 5 stars

Great except for mileage

James Donnelly, 04/13/2021
2021 Nissan Titan SV 4dr Crew Cab SB (5.6L 8cyl 9A)
31 of 32 people found this review helpful

This is a pretty good truck. The only downside is bad gas mileage. The steering wheel feels good. The seats are comfy. Never had a problem with any of the three Titans I have owned. I would recommend this truck as long as you shop around and get a good price. The Nissan people in Gallatin, TN are some of the best. The only deal breaker the truck used to have was it's terrible infotainment screen. Now they have a large colorful one that looks great.

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5 out of 5 stars

Great truck at a Great Price

WRNTYVOID, 05/26/2021
2021 Nissan Titan PRO-4X 4dr Crew Cab 4WD SB (5.6L 8cyl 9A)
14 of 14 people found this review helpful

This was my first full size truck. I have had a few other small trucks. I test drove all of the competition Ford, GMC/Chevy, RAM, Toyota. I ended up with the 2021 Pro4X with all options except the entertainment system. The amount of features in this truck was comparable to some of the higher end models out there. You get a lot for your $$. I was surprised and happy to have gotten this with a 0% APR for 7 years non of the other manufacturers were offering 0%. The 100,000 / 5 year warranty was a no brainer. I really like the styling of this truck inside and out. It is very comfortable. I drove it for 4 hours straight without any low back pain and my passengers said it was very comfortable also. I took it off road and it had no problem in snow, mud, sand, climbing up hill etc. It performed beyond my expectations. I don't understand why this truck doesn't get as many accolades as the other manufacturers. I would definitely recommend this truck.

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