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2011 Nissan Titan

2011 Nissan Titan Review

(3 Stars)  Competent and capable but on the periphery

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Since it rolled of the assembly line in 2004, the Titan has been one of the few Japanese trucks that have met the requirements of American truck buyers. The full sized truck market has been very hard for imports to penetrate due to fierce brand loyalty to American brands; this has kept the Titan from leading in the class. While the model is in need of a refresh, it still manages to meet the needs of many of today's full sized truck buyers.

Built in Mississippi, the Titan is about the same dimensionally as the domestic competition, so it will provide plenty of interior room and cargo space. It follows the standard truck formula of a strong, fully boxed frame riding on leaf spring supported, solid rear axle. The Titan comes in both a standard and long wheelbase versions. The cab comes in both a standard and king cab versions.

Power for the Titan comes from a 5.6 liter V-8 producing 317 HP and 385 Ft.- lbs. of torque. Power is delivered, in either two or four wheel drive, through a five speed automatic transmission.

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