2005 Nissan TitanJD from VA - Richmond, VA05/06/2011
The truck looks great, has decent power but poor fuel economy for the power. More modern trucks have much more power and better fuel economy. Value for the money is good, ride is nice, and tows amazing. The motor and transimission are great as well. Here is where the problems come in, I have had, to date, return the vehicle 6 times for EVAP fuel code, 3 of those times the truck was sent directly to Nissan. A quick search on google shows this is a problem plenty of other Titan ownwers have. That is dissappointing, especially since it's just emissions monitoring equipment. I've taken the truck in for rear main seal leaks twice, but has been fine so far since the last fix. I've had the truck in for rear ABS sensor, exhaust leak, and the 4X4 light flashing when switching it off. The 4x4 light was nothing, turns out that may not cut off immediately after you flip back to 2WD. Fortunately for me I purchased the extended warranty, and you always should when you are buying used because you just never know. Over all I'd say the Titan is average due to all the problems I've had in a 2 year period.
This is my second Nissan, and I am so impressed with how they are made! We tow a trailer with our Titan, and I barely feel it back there. Power is great and tows well uphill or in dirt, even though it's not a 4x4
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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