2006 Nissan Titanjaws7147 - San Antonio, TX01/09/2007
The Titan is an outsatanding truck. As you can guess I call my truck Monster. I was never a truck type of guy untill I first saw the Titan in 2003. It was the first truck that ever made me say "WoW that a cool looking truck". The take off is great, you can feel the horse power kicking in as soon as you press down on the gas. One thing I do wish was a little better is the acceleration while on the freeway. The ride is very smooth and relaxing, radio is great including the six disc C.D. changer. One other thing that is outsatnding is that the titan has that is rare to find in other trucks, is the spare tire is the same full size and rim style as the other four tires. If I had to do it again? I would buy my Monster again.
Ok, so I went looking for a nice reliable SUV for me and my two kiddos, none of them blew me away, then is saw her...across the lot, her black paint shining in the sun, and I was smitten, turned her motor over and she purred like a dream, and it's been Love ever since.
Love the power, love the durability, plenty of room for the kiddos and more.
Who needs a mom van when you can have this bad mother.
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
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