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Customer Review Summary for 2008 Nissan Titan
2008 Nissan TitanMegatron - Tampa12/29/2012
I am in love with my Titan. I was in the market for a Silverado, Avalanche, or Ram. I have always driven Silverado's. When Eugene asked me to just check the Titan out I told him I would. I love the power, the build quality, and interior quality. Much better interior quality than the American trucks. As for under the hood, its about the same quality as the best of them. The only flaw is that it burns a lot of gas, but when you have 385 ft lbs of tourque its worth it.
For Business and Pleasure
2008 Nissan TitanLee090999 - Orange City, FL12/07/2010
I purchased the Nissan Titan 4-door Crew Cab for my husbands business. My husband is not a truck person and perfered his sports cars over any style of vehicle until the Nissan Titan. Now, he not only drives the truck for work, he also drives it for pleasure over his corvette. The crew loves the room in the cab space for the guys love to streatch thier legs on long 2-4 hour drives. The truck is perfect for towing our 16 ft enclosed cargo trailer loaded with equipment such as an air compressors and a heavy generator for our on-site jobs, it feels as if we are not towing anything with a smooth ride. The truck is high up and when my husband first drove it home, he said "feels like I'm driving a spaceship" and loves it! When I drove it, I loved it too! I lookforward to long road trips now that we have the Nissan Titan. You see many Nissan Titans on the road, but we still receive several compliments on how great our Nissan Titan looks.
2008 Nissan Titanbig red 1 - charelston,sc09/01/2012
The best truck for the money,perfect fit for what i needed,thankyou carmax for a great truck and a great deal
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