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Nissan Titan

Rated with 1 star
Roy of Falls Church, VA Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 1,

Contact Nissan about airbag light being on on my truck. Dealer says it needs a new sensor that’s in the seat. There are many recalls for the same issue on most other Titan trucks but not this year model. Nissan will not fix or help to replace this issue the cost over $

Rated with 1 star
Charles of Conover, NC Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 15,

I bought a new Titan XD , been in shop for 4 out of last 6 months, Nissan can't fix all the electric problems. This started at 3, miles, so Nissan now I have NO BRAKE LIGHTS. Been In shop for 10 days to get it back. 70 miles later no brake lights, so think they can't fix even the brake light, according to mechanic Nissan know what's broke just won't fix it the right way, yes this truck has been in shop over 50 times in 3 years. NISSAN YOUR CUSTOMERS DESERVES BETTER.

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Rated with 1 star
Kelvin of Renfrew, ON Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 30,

Nissan Titan has a bad knock in engine. km on truck, noticed noise 2 years ago, Nissan has done nothing. Today I took it in. They scoped the cylinder. Said it's scored but not bad enough to warranty it and told me to keep monitoring it.. 11months left on warranty and this is what you get. Will never buy another Titan again. This was my 3rd and last ever to buy from Nissan.. Pull your out of Canada. You can't warranty your product.

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John of Ellerslie, GA Verified Reviewer
Original review: July 28,

**. I bought the Titan from Infiniti of Macon on 16 June On 01 July I had a hard time starting it and immediately took it to headquarter Nissan. They told me they had to change the fuel filters because they were Filthy. I thought maybe I had purchased bad fuel so I paid the $ plus bill, and thought it was fixed. On July 3, just 2 days later, I was in Fort Walton with my family. I had recently purchased a Camper trailer. After parking my trailer, I realized it wouldn't start. I waited till Monday, due to the 4th of July weekend (nothing open) and I had it towed to Lee Nissan in Fort Walton Beach.

They told me someone had put DEF fluid in the fuel tank and it would cost $20K to fix it. I was floored. I owned the vehicle for 3 weeks, it never needed DEF fluid according to the gauges so I hadn't had to put any in. There are 2 filler caps in the fuel door, One says DEF. It would take a special kind of neglect to make that mistake. Lee Nissan told me not to worry about it, it was warranty fraud on Butler Nissan because they had changed numerous fuel system parts JUST prior to me buying it. They also left DEF residue on the top of the fuel tank and some had dripped down the side when they changed the fuel sending unit.

The ONLY way it could have gotten there was when their records showed Butler Nissan changed it. Then they came back 2 hours later saying Nissan would not fix it because it was all SPECULATION! I would have to pay the $20, bill. I contacted Infiniti of Macon and spoke directly to the GM, and he said he would get back to me. I never heard from him until over 2 weeks later and Still, almost a month later, nothing has been resolved. Records show that Butler Nissan and Infiniti of Macon intentionally sold me a defective vehicle.

I bought it AS IS from infinity of Macon but it has a factory 5 year/, mile factory warranty. Guess what's not covered. I'm a disabled Combat Veteran, Living off my benefits and they took advantage of me and want over 1/3 of my yearly income to fix something they knew was wrong to begin with. If they didn't know, it's clearly negligence on their Mechanic's fault. But isn't it convenient that Butler Nissan didn't sell it as a certified pre-owned? They are sister companies. They did this intentionally and with malice. I have the proof yet they still refuse to make it right.

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Rated with 5 stars
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Brad of League City, TX Verified Reviewer
Original review: May 19,

I purchased this truck so that we could pull a larger camper. My previous truck was a Frontier, L 5 speed. Had no issues at all from the time it was new, until the trade in. I have to say, my Titan is a workhorse! It has the trailer towing package, and several other options. My ONLY complaint is the poor fuel economy, but, that is something that I can live with. I do have one complaint. When the AC is on, the fan clutch on the engine is very loud Sounds like a jet taking off. Dealer says it is by design. Anyway, I highly recommend this truck!

Rated with 2 stars
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Todd of Berwick, ME Verified Reviewer
Original review: Jan. 18,

I bought my truck in the spring of It’s a Nissan titan SV 4door 4 x 4. My biggest issue was the transmission went out at 35, miles. Took it in and they did a computer upgrade but it didn’t help so I took it back and they determined it was a bad transmission and they replaced it free of charge. Now I am having trouble with the temperature regulator for the heat in the cab. One side gets warm the other side does not. Same with the AC. I have on several trucks and other vehicles and feel this truck is definitely sub par. I don’t have a lot of complaints about the power from the motor or anything else yet but I’ve only had For less than two years. Last Nissan for me.

Rated with 1 star
Jim of Middletown, NY Verified Reviewer
Original review: Jan. 10,

Before I start, Id like to say I've been a loyal Nissan customer since Have bought NOTHING but Nissan and Infiniti vehicles so in , I sold my Nissan Titan with K miles on it. Never had any major problems, but was excited to see the new Titan diesel out and I had to have it! Well that was a big mistake. Shortly after the 10k miles mark, the turbo went bad. 3 weeks later I got it back. Year later I got stranded in Albany ny. Got it to a dealer with 5 miles to go before it was gonna reduce power to 5 miles an hour. 2 weeks later I had to go back to Albany < 2 hours away to get the truck. Now at k miles, I and the family are in Florida for Christmas break. Had a great time till it was time to go back home NY. We leave for our mile drive home and seconds before we get on the Florida Turnpike, a red warning display comes on the dash saying low fuel pressure and the truck will not go over 5 MPH.

I turn it around and get back to our home there. I call and get it towed to Universal Nissan in Kissimmee. They call me the next day and say that the lift pump went bad and that it won't be covered on the k miles warranty because they see no record of the fuel filters being replaced. Keep in mind, i'm a mechanic and do all my own work. They not only want one receipt. They want 5 to prove they were replaced. I had just done the engine oil and filter, and the two fuel filters miles before we went away. So I went to my auto parts store and they printed up the list of purchases for the truck and I sent it to them.

Now that wasn't enough for them. They also want the label off the filter boxes. Keep in mind that we are now home and had to get a rental that they said they would pay for if it was covered under the warranty. So Nissan themselves called and said since I was such a loyal customer that they would pay 90% of the repair which was $ for the repair. So Id have to pay $, and now the rental car gas, tools to get home and now I have to drive back to Florida, another miles, more tools, more gas just to get my truck back. Needless to say I will never buy another Nissan! Im gonna get my truck, go over to Toyota or a Dodge dealer and trade it in. I would have expected this kind of problem with a much cheaper truck. Not a truck that was $61k dollars. So that k mile warranty was BS and they would try and find any reason to not take responsibility for this. I hate to say it but beware of this truck and UNIVERSAL NISSAN!

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Rated with 5 stars
Joseph of Englewood, Florida Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 15,

Very good truck in many ways. Durability, handling, comfort, safety. Bottom line is, it feels like you are driving a luxury car to be quite honest. Very durable, very durable. I just can't stop mentioning that. I thought Nissan fell off for a few years there but I am impressed indeed. Once again I am a Nissan fan.

Rated with 3 stars
Gene of Copenhagen, NY Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 14,

Poor performance diesel and lacks towing capability. Paint is subpar but interior is well finished. The technology is late 90s and difficult to operate. Trade in value is very low. The Titan lacks the dependability of most full size pickups.

Rated with 1 star
Kevin of Argyle, TX Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 9,

I took my Titan XD into Nissan to have it checked for engine light coming on. Diagnosis is that the cam sensors were bad and had sludge on them. They claimed it was not covered under the warranty due to lack of maintenance. I maintain my own vehicles therefore do not have records. I took my issue up with consumer affairs, and after 26 phone calls and 4 voice mails, I finally got a return phone call. According to Allie with Nissan, on a recorded line, that if you do not service your vehicle with Nissan, they will not cover any warranty issues. I’m pretty sure that’s not legal, but either way, I would not recommend Nissan for anything.

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Nissan Titan

The regular Titan is more pleasant to drive than the Titan XD (Extra Duty), which has a stiff ride and clumsy handling, similar to a heavy-duty pickup&#;s. The light-duty Titan comes with a smooth and punchy liter V8.

The roomy cabin has a variety of handy storage places, and the rear tailgate is damped, which is a nice touch. When properly equipped, the Titan can tow more than 9,pounds. It also has a built-in goose-neck trailer hitch for extra-heavy trailers. Recent updates include a nine-speed automatic, new interior and exterior styling, and an available 9-inch touch-screen infotainment system. Standard active safety features include FCW, AEB, BSW, and rear cross traffic warning.

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Nissan Titan

Acceleration Acceleration Acceleration tests are conducted on a smooth, flat pavement straightaway at the track. Time, speed, and distance measurements are taken with a precise GPS-based device that’s hooked to a data-logging computer.

0 to 60 mph 0 to 60 mph (sec.) The time in seconds that a vehicle takes to reach 60 mph from a standstill with the engine idling.

Transmission Transmission Transmission performance is determined by shifting smoothness, response, shifter action, and clutch actuation for manual transmissions.

Braking Braking The braking rating is a composite of wet and dry stopping distances and pedal feel. Braking distance is from 60 mph, with no wheels locked.

Emergency Handling Emergency Handling Several factors go into the rating, including the avoidance maneuver speed and confidence, as well as how the vehicle behaves when pushed to its limit.

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