2017 Nissan Titan Half-Ton Review

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Want to know what we think about the all-new 2017 Nissan Titan half-ton pickup truck and how it compares to the competition? Check out our full review with more than two dozen photos that let you see every detail. A 2017 Nissan Titan Pro-4X was one of the competitors in our 2017 Monster Factory Off-Road Challenge. It competed in a series of head-to-head competitions with the all-new 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor and a tough-as-nails 2016 Ram 1500 Rebel. Find out where the Nissan finished in that brutal contest.

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Comments

Titan did better 0 to 60 acceleration time than the Ram 1500 5.7 Hemi ? THAT'S IMPRESSIVE!
Nissan makes great vehicles and the only reason why I would never consider owning a Nissan is because of the bad reputation of my local Nissan Dealer.
I wouldn't allow their service dept to fix my wheelbarrow!
THEY ARE HORRIBLE!

I currently own a 2017 Nissan Titan SV and have had problems since 800 miles purchased new. The throttle is sluggish and RPM hunts around like a 1980 Ford Taurus.

I have been in contact with my local dealer and Nissan Corp. more then 4 or 5 times but at 6000k miles later they keep saying their is no fix to the truck....

STAY CLEAR OF THIS TRUCK AND THIS BRAND!...

I have a 2004 Nissan Titan and the thing runs like it's brand new. Not too many miles (115k) for it's age. Anytime I drive someone, (granted I'm in college so nobody has a nice car) they like it and ask what year it is. Nobody has gotten it right. I've had guess range from 09 to 14. They are shocked how old it is and now nice it runs. If you keep it up, it will run great! Totally changed my opinion about Nissan! Considering getting the new one!

Hey Branden , nissan released a service bulletin 4/18. It seems that dealers have a hard time finding it , they listed it under armada but it applies to 2017 armada/titan/titan xd. It is for rpm flutter,7th to 3rd shift shock and seem to be in to high of a gear at low speeds and calls for a ecm and tcm reflash. I have a 16 xd and experience the sam problems, I had already updated the ecm and talked my dealer ito doing this even though my 16 is not covered, and it is much better i highly recomend it.

I enjoy my Titan XD SV this is my 4th Titan and I have my trucks. I have ever had an issue with any one of my trucks and will continue to purchase these vehicles. Please keep up the good work.

I have an 08 Crew Cab LE LWB. 2 months after I purchased it, I began lifting it and putting bigger wheels and tires on it. I have had my issues with it, yes. But the warranty covered them all. The truck is closing in on 170k miles and runs as strong as the day I purchased it with 12 miles on it. There is one tiny spot of rust on a fender which will be fixed this year. It is not rusting out like the dodges (or Fiats now) do after 3 Ohio winters. It pulls and tows 10x better then any f150 on the market. It doesn't get stuck like Chevy's in the snow or mud. The Tundra and the GMC are the only trucks I'd consider it's equal. Everything else, garbage.

I purchased an 05 titan new. Loved the truck up until 2009 when I noticed blemishes in the paint finish. Two years after that my truck looked like it had sat out in the sun for 20 years. Anybody that notices the truck on the road can't help but notice how nasty they look over time Despite numerous efforts to get tested paint defect covered by Nissan, no go. Based on their miserable record of covering defects, I'd take a pass on ANY Nissan. On a side note, this has been my fifth Nissan over there years, and my last!

Tom you can buy a Nissan without going to your local dealer. They are nationwide and most dealers service depts. have bad to mixed reputations at best. I wouldn't let bad local dealer/service dept keep me from buying an "excellent vehicle" since im capable of being mobile.

Via the article it appears the new Titan is a better alternative than the old Titan for people who have been burned by the Big 3 minus 1 but wont be converting any fans of the Big 3 minus 1.



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