2010 Nissan Titan Review: Car Reviews

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Nissan Titan

Revolutionary back in 2004, the still looks new, but is its age in other ways

FAST

1. The Titan’s 5.6L V8 makes at 5200 rpm and 385 ft-lbs of torque at rpm and can run on E85 in some regions.

2. Payload is at over 2,000 lbs.

3. A IV hitch brings the tow rating to lbs, while a Premium package raises that to 9,300 lbs.

4. The 2010 Titan comes in and Crew Cab with short or boxes.

5. Pricing ranges $26,320 for a base XE to $36,420 for an LE, the PRO 4X off-road version at $34,050.

it wasn’t long before got the small car segment licked, a full-size pickup was an entirely proposition. Toyota’s first the 1992 T-100 was a disaster: too underpowered and expensive (though it was made). Its second, the Tundra, was ¾ size, even it finally offered a V8. But it was rival which can be credited for launching first true full-size

Aptly named the Titan, it for the 2004 model year. were stunned. Here was a long truck, weighing 5,000 lbs and powered by a 5.6-liter V8.

Nissan Titan

at Nissan’s facility in Canton, it appeared, on paper, to offer that GM, Ford and Dodge did their half tons. while newer designs, Toyota and also the Detroit have debuted since the Titan has soldiered on largely

Currently the future of the Titan is with a deal to share a with the current Dodge Ram fallen through and Nissan CEO Ghosn saying the automaker go-it-alone in building a replacement. a timeline for a second generation uncertain, we at AutoGuide felt it was to revisit this pioneering full-size rig to see how it compares in today’s

SUMO STANCE

If there’s one that grabs your it’s both the styling and of this rig. Somewhat eight years ago, the look has worn rather The lines are clean and crisp, the properly aggressive, with its grille, angry looking assemblies and bulging fenders. The are smooth and simple, though rear fenders also add to the theme.

A wide 67.9-inch track a head on appearance akin to a wrestler, so from a visual it has all the right ‘tough truck’

Fit and finish are middling in most rivaling the best trucks a decade ago, but not quite up to the of the latest offerings, particularly F-150. Currently the Titan is in two different cab configurations – or Crew, each with a of standard or long boxes the King has 6.5 and 8 foot options, 5.5 or 7). The 2010 Titan also in four different trim The base XE starts at $26,320, the SE begins at two grand more.

The PRO 4X, the … off-road version, at $34,050, while the luxury LE begins at $36,420.

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