Unbelievably noisy - road noise. Prone to problems: such as seat heaters and windows not working, frame rusting severely, Window seal on passengers side leaks water when raining and drips down in front of door power controls. Breaking system on snow is worthless. When breaking below 20mph feels like your pulling a horse trailer loaded trying to stop...motor pushing rpms too high. In the cold window seals shrink and cold air blasts through cabin. Back up sensors do not work properly beeps every time it is in reverse with nothing behind it. Will be unloading this truck in the spring. Almost a complete disappointment.
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
2005 Nissan TitanMike - VA03/12/2011
I moved up from a mid-size Dodge. The full-size Titan has been great. I've pulled a 24' center console (4000+ lbs) on a dual axle trailer with no problem. The full backseat fits my 3 kids (including a big car seat), comfortably. I think it's one of the best looking trucks on the road and have even gotten a couple random compliments in the parking lot. Visibility is great and the power rear window is a nice treat on warm days. The ONLY thing I hate is the gas mileage (approx. 13-15 city/25 hwy). This thing kills me when I have to fill up every 7-10 days. And now with gas creeping back up to $4+/gallon I'm forced to buy a second fuel-efficient car just for commuting. But, I will hold onto the truck because I do think it's the best one out there.
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