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Customer Review Summary for 2006 Nissan Titan
2006 Titan SE
2006 Nissan Titangbranks - Fletcher,NC09/12/2010
This Nissan Titan truck is just what I was looking for. I already own a 2006 Nissan Xterra and it is a very good dependable car you just can't haul much in it.The Titan is a vey comfortable work horse. I have had no problems with it what so ever and would tell anyone I made the right choice.
Titan too much was
2006 Nissan TitanOz - Orange county, california06/08/2010
I had this truck for 4 years until I got tired of paying 80.00 dollars at the gas pump to fill it up. I had 4 recalls from Nissan from braking problems to differential fluid leaking from the differential. I pay for this truck new about $35,000 not worth the money look for maybe a toyota this trucks are a lemon.
Great truck with power
2006 Nissan TitanTItanMan - San Diego, CA03/29/2010
Really love this Titan. The only thing I wish it had is bluetooth built in like my wife's Mitsubishi Outlander. The newer model titans (2007 or 2008 and up) can have bluetooth added. My truck has everything but a tow hitch, 4 wheel drive, and navigation. The gadgets this truck has are way better than the same model year Dodge and Toyota trucks. Drives like a dream. I get on average 16-17 miles to the gallon driving 75 MPH on highways and some street driving. Leather captain's seats, heated, and powered make driving this truck fun and comfortable. This thing has lots of power. The only truck I'd get over this, but didn't due to cost, is the GMC Sierra. The Titan smokes a Dodge Ram in features, and trumps the Tundra with cool looks and power. For the money, this is a great truck!
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