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Customer Review Summary for Nissan Titan
2005 Nissan Titanmissmytitan - Kansas City, MO05/24/2010
I bought a used 2005 Titan LE 2 years ago. Just had to trade it in last week due to fuel costs. The Titan has all the power you want and more. I knew buying a fullsize truck would hurt the pocket book with fuel costs...I believe I averaged about 15 mpg mostly city driving. But, the Titan does have the heart of a sports car. The interior is just okay. I loved the center console shifter. The factory Rockford stereo sounded as good as some aftermarket systems. Only problem inside was I thought some of the plastic looked and felt a little cheap. The Driver's leather seat wore fairly quickly as well. Lots of room though. Overall, I loved the truck. No mechanical issues to speak of. Will probably buy another someday when I have less travel for work.
It's a nice truck is you never plan on pulling a trailer. Factory paint jobs Nissan trucks last only a couple years until the entire truck needs repainted. I wash and wax mine every week it's only 5 years out and clear coating has begun to fail on the hood and roof
The Nissan Titan is a great value in a 1/2 ton truck. The Titan combines stellar quality with stellar pricing to give you one of the best values in a great looking, great performing, well appointed package. It has all the power you could want for hauling or towing while you ride in total luxury. The infotainment system gives you all the features you could ask for like streaming pandora from your phone (and controlling it with full display from the screen), google send-to-car, bluetooth calling, text to voice, and more. The best part is that the Titan is often over-looked in the 1/2 ton truck market so you can find a great deal. You get so much more for your money than someone choosing another brand. They're all over-hyped.
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