I purchased a used 2012 Nissan Titan Crew Cab SV 4X4 and simply love it. It replaced my 2004 Toyota Tundra SRS and the Titan was definitely a step up in everything. You can feel the horsepower in this truck when going from 20 to 60 mph on the highway. The ride is a solid ride and draws the looks of other pick up owners like Chevy, Ford and Dodge. I sit pretty high on the road in this truck and the styling is very impressive. The interior provides all the wonderful amenities a luxury car has to offer. This SV model sports the Rockford Fosgate 10 speaker system that includes the subwoofer under the driver�s seat. I have to admit, I have to turn the bass down because the sub really has some booming bass; otherwise, still one rocking system. This model has digital radio that identifies the stations and song titles, XM satellite radio, a 6 disc CD changer/MP3 player and an auxiliary connection for your ipod or smartphone that has music. There is a power driver�s seat with the captains� chairs in the front for really outstanding comfort. You have a great deal of room to hall your family in comfort and style in the back row seats. Also when the seats fold up, there is plenty of room to place those large items you want to stay on the inside of the truck and not the bed. The track system is extremely utilitarian and allows you to tie down securely what is in the bed. Even if you leave the cover on the tracks on the bottom, it allows easy sliding of bulky items towards the passenger end of the truck thus placing the weight above the wheels. On the road, it is smooth and it begs you to drive long distances to enjoy the ride and the amenities the truck has to offer. A passenger can close their eyes and will need to be reminded that they are riding in a pickup truck and not a car. I also have to remember that this is a truck and 17 to 18 miles per gallon highway can be costly in long distances, but the ride is certainly worth it. This one is a keeper and the truck�s options are somewhat future proof and would allow me to keep this one for a long time before trading it in for a newer one. I hit the jackpot with this one and would recommend it to anyone who is in the market for a new or used truck.
2012 Nissan TitanMaryredl1 - , 09/14/2013
I bought my truck for a specific purpose. My husband and I purchased a beautiful home in the foothill in Apache Junction right up against the Superstition mountain. Well it is a great place to live, but you need a pick up, well I think I found the best looking, best responding and extremely useful. Also it looks great. It is one of the best automobiles I have ever purchased. I am in love with my truck.
2012 Nissan TitanTom - Houston, TX09/12/2014
It is a fantastic truck and driving it is one of my daily pleasures.
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