Rides smooth, great stereo sound, good size. The ONLY bad thing about this truck is that it's not recommended to drive in icy/snowy roads. It even states it in the manual.
I've had my 2010 Titan for nearly 2 years now. So far, it hasn't given me any trouble and I am quite happy with my purchase. Truck is at 42k miles and not showing one bit of age on the exterior, or the interior. The seats hold firm, which is really a pleasant surprise considering the abuse they've taken. Started looking at domestic trucks initially, but I will say people are awfully proud of them, and the prices reflect that. This truck does everything I ask of it, even if I ask things of it I shouldn't. I live in the mountains, so it gets a little bit of abuse when it comes to weather and terrain. The only thing that frustrates me is that I get about 13-14 MPG's on average, but that has to do with how I use it. I'd like better mileage, or a bigger tank to cut down on stops. Ride comfort is right up there with the more expensive trucks. I would ask that Nissan offer more than one engine choice. While the 5.6 is a workhorse, it's getting a bit aged. And with direct injection in some of the other trucks. I'd also love to see a diesel option. Not necessarily one that has 800 Lb/ft of torque, but something that balances towing capacity and MPG ratings. If a diesel were to show up on the market, I'd be first in line. Well built, great reliability and accessibility, combined with styling that isn't really aging make for a truck I'll keep until it dies. Give it a little TLC and keep up on the services and it'll be very loyal in return.
It loves the gas, but otherwise is phenomenal. Nissan added a lot of extras that are fun and sensible.