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Nissan's Titan full-size pickup is a worthy competitor to long-established rivals from Dodge, Chevrolet and Ford. Although the Titan is available only as a half-ton model, its powerful engine, numerous configurations and lengthy list of clever features should appeal to most light-duty pickup owners. Designed for the urban pickup owner, the Titan is as adept at carrying bikes, kayaks and ski gear as it is hauling plywood, concrete and dirt. A new PRO-4X model suits the needs of serious off-road adventurers. The addition of a long wheelbase model this year is also a welcome addition, as is the Titan's ability to run on either gasoline or E85.
You'll Like This Car If...
If you're looking for a big, powerful truck that's out of the mainstream in both style and features, has a really nice interior, a stump-pulling V8 engine and a host of innovations designed around real pickup-truck functions, take a look at the Titan.
You May Not Like This Car If...
If you like the more conservatively-styled trucks from Chevrolet and Ford, the Titan may be too flashy for your taste. And the option list does not include dual rear wheels or the choice of a six-cylinder or diesel engine.
What's New for 2005
The Titan receives a slight freshening with a new front end and new wheels. Redesigned seating provides better support, while new metering for the instrument cluster and center stack improves visual appeal. A long-wheelbase model joins the line, as does an off-road-ready PRO-4X model. New options include Bluetooth Hands-Free Phone System, a heated leather bench seat and XM Satellite Radio.
We found the Titan's V8 engine felt strong at all speeds, with loads of power on demand. The five-speed automatic transmission shifted smoothly and the gated shifter made it easy to move between first and second gears whenever we needed to apply engine braking. You may notice some vibration gets telegraphed through the steering wheel, and there is a noticeable exhaust note upon application of the throttle. Still, the Titan delivers a smooth, controlled ride and exhibits better-than-average steering and handling response.
Wide-Swinging Rear Door
The hinged rear door on the King Cab model swings back 168 degrees to create exceptionally convenient interior access.
Exterior Storage Box
The Titan's exterior storage box (located behind the left rear wheel) is perfect for storing such items as jumper cables or muddy clothing.
The Titan's interior is bold and forward-thinking in its design. On certain models you can opt for a center console with a gated shifter (the shift lever moves through a slotted path) for better control when shifting gears. The seating is comfortable, though drivers over six feet may find themselves staring out through the windshield's tint band. Some drivers also felt the seat bottoms could do with a sharper upward angle to better support their thighs. You'll find the Titan's new instrumentation to be clear, legible and easy to view, but the placement of the power window buttons atop the door's edge makes them vulnerable to outside elements when the windows are down.
Nissan offers the Titan in two body styles: King Cab and Crew Cab. An optional spray-in bedliner applied at the factory covers the entire cargo bed floor and walls. The Titan cargo bed also features an available built-in channel system with moveable cleats designed to provide multiple tie-down points. Outside the bed, Nissan has placed a clever storage bin just behind left the rear wheel. The PRO-4X's ground clearance is among the best in its class, with over 10 inches measured at the rear axle. King Cab models feature a rear door that can swing open a full 168 degrees to aid with loading.
Notable Standard Equipment
The Titan XE has a 317-horsepower 5.6-liter V8, five-speed automatic transmission with a Tow/Haul mode, four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes (ABS), air conditioning, full gauges, exterior cargo light, dual manual side mirrors, a rear 12-volt outlet, AM/FM stereo with CD, fuel tank skid plate, cruise control, tilt wheel, tire pressure monitor and 18-inch steel wheels. The SE, LE and PRO-4X add even more standard features including power locks, power windows, remote keyless entry, dual heated power mirrors, a sliding rear window and 18-inch alloy wheels.
Notable Optional Equipment
Options vary by trim and include four-wheel drive, front side and head-curtain airbags (covering the front and rear seats), tow package, Bluetooth Hands-Free Phone System, Rockford Fosgate audio, spray-in bedliner, eight-way power driver's seat, heated front seats, rear-seat DVD entertainment system (on the Crew Cab), navigation, a limited-slip rear differential, bed extender and a Homelink Universal Transceiver.
Under the Hood
Unlike many of its competitors, the Titan offers only one engine choice, and it's the most powerful V8 Nissan builds. The 5.6-liter V8 produces an abundance of power, but it cannot reasonably be expected to deliver the best fuel economy.
317 horsepower @ 5200 rpm
385 lb.-ft. of torque @ 3400 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 12/17 (2WD, gasoline), 12/17 (4WD, gasoline), 9/13 (2WD, E85), 9/12 (4WD, E85)
The Titan King Cab XE has a starting Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $24,000, while a fully loaded PRO-4X Crew Cab tops out around $46,000. To make your best deal on a Titan, be sure to check the Fair Purchase Price, which shows the typical transaction price paid for the truck in your area. Kelley Blue Book expects the Titan to maintain an average resale value over a five-year period, holding a better value than the Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab, on par with the Ford F150 Super Cab but well below the Chevrolet Silverado Extended Cab 1500.
Toyota Prius Consumer Reviews
November 16, 2018
the best car ever
i use this card to become a uber driver
September 20, 2018
Have had excellent gas mileage, used/total miles
Best car for gas mileage, but very weak in front bumper and rear panels or rear bumper. Interior with leather is easy to maintain. ...
May 07, 2018
Most trouble free vehicle I have ever owned.
Great commuter/errand car. Only routine maintenance and did brakes at 150,000 miles!
October 30, 2017
Best Value in a Car....Period
I purchased my Prius in 2010 for 7500...it had 92k miles at the time and I am the 3rd owner. I am 6-4 and about 235 lbs so I was a...
April 27, 2017
Very Safe car
Very safe car, was rear ended twice, 1st time dont know how hard we were actually hit(with 5 of us in the car), no one hurt, felt like a...
April 25, 2017
This whole vehicle revolves around low cost. Low insurance costs, high gas mileage (I get 44 without even trying), low repair costs. ...
December 29, 2016
45-50 mpg, good looking, reliable car.
always garaged, am a snowbird, so it gets used only 5months out of the year, so only has 59000 miles. No dings or other damage. Back up...
October 20, 2016
Great car for commuters
I purchased my 2009 Prius last November with 102K miles on it, and I have pampered it since I bought it. I commute to college Monday...
July 27, 2016
Best Value Best Car
I purchased the 2007 Prius new in late 2007 with navigation system, bluetooth and leather interior. It was a smaller car than I was...
July 02, 2016
Love this car-- bought another!
We absolutely love our Prius, so much so that we bought an additional one. It helps our budget so much to get 40...45 miles per gallon....