2007 Nissan TitanChuck - Coastal North Carolina12/19/2012
I purchased my 2007 Nissan Titan used with 44,500 miles on it to tow a boat. It has a great towing capacity at 9,200 lbs for my LE version. It is a gas hog at 10-12mpg in town and towing. That said most trucks in its class get close to the same mileage. With leather captain's chair seats (heated) and good power it is everything you'd want in a big truck. I especially like the lock up storage box in the left rear fender to stow the tow ball and gear. The bed also has a cover and a movable divider to split loads if you need to. Again, a nice refinement by Nissan. The rear seats in the King Cab version are comfortable and easy to get into and out of according to my wife. We tried Ford and Toyota trucks and these were by far the best. The suicide doors open more than 90 degrees making entry and exit easier for loading too. Good job overall and hoping gas gets a bit cheaper.
From Straight Stick 6 Cylinder to Automatic Luxury
Although it's not the truck I was originally looking for, I am thrilled with this vehicle. I was driving a 2006 F150 STX and drive in to Atlanta almost every day of the work week and it got old after 2 years. The price was excellent, whoever owned it took very good car of it. Although a V8, it's surprisingly good on gas, handles well and hold the road in wet weather, navigation system, lots of perks. If there is a down side, I have to be careful changing lanes due to blind spots all around and it does not turn on a dime like an F150. Other than that, I am more than pleased with the vehicle
2007 Nissan TitanBilly Ocean - Puerto Rico01/23/2010
I loved this vehicle while I owned it. I was upset when the transmission went out after the warranty was out. Great stereo that really sounds HI-FI when I am listening to my jams. Big V8 sounds great too.
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