Even though they essentially share the same name, don't confuse the new Nissan Titan with its monstrous almost heavy-duty version, the Titan XD. The lighter, kinder gas-powered version is a much nicer truck in every way. The new Nissan also competes well with other light-duty 1500 competitors.
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Overall Owner Satisfaction

Consumer Reports’ Annual Owner Satisfaction Survey can improve the chances of finding a compatible car match. How? Our survey data reveals whether, all things considered, owners would buy the same car again. The answer to that question is what determines our owner-satisfaction rating, which is a powerful piece of intel because it predicts how well a particular model will satisfy other owners.

Overall Owner Satisfaction

Owner Satisfaction with:

Driving Experience

Includes acceleration and handling

What Owners Say

"It is a truck so not as smooth a ride as our Murano but still comfortable and great for moving large items!"

Phillip D., TX (2017 Nissan Titan)

"The Titan has very good power and acceleration. The handling is very good and hold the road around corners decently."

Anonymous, WA (2017 Nissan Titan)

"Great acceleration and (for a truck) good handling."

Anonymous, AR (2017 Nissan Titan)

"Towing a 26ft trailer this truck can still easily accelerate to highway speed and handles well."

Anonymous, ID (2017 Nissan Titan)

"Acceleration and braking is wonderful."

Anonymous, TX (2017 Nissan Titan)

"Very powerful engine that accelerates well when you need it to. There is a service bulletin to reprogram the transmission that I highly recommend to anyone with a 2017 get done. It's night and day. I think it should be a full on recall actually"

Anonymous, NL (2017 Nissan Titan)

"road view is not that good, acceleration is good, i think with smaller tires it would handle much better, and it drives fine on freeway with moderated traffic, streets you need to watch your lane for sure, cause you are sometimes guessing if you are in the white lines"

Anonymous, TX (2017 Nissan Titan)

"Sport mode would be a great addition. The full performance of the powertrain is not realized while towing. The truck lacks power while towing in the mountains (due to programming? there is defenitely more power to be realized) it lacks ability in comparison to my previous Tundra (not even close)"

Anonymous, AB (2017 Nissan Titan)

"Very comfortable, even on the road. Acceleration is very good. I love the truck."

Terri O., LA (2017 Nissan Titan)

"Seems to have a lull or bogging down on acceleration"

Kim B., GA (2017 Nissan Titan)

"It's clunky, feels like I'm driving an old grain truck and it has a very poor turning radius."

Anonymous, AB (2017 Nissan Titan)

"Slight hesitations when accelerating, when you slow down to make a turn or stop at a light, then accelerate before the truck comes to a stop."

Anonymous, KS (2017 Nissan Titan)

Comfort

Includes seats, climate control, noise, and ride

What Owners Say

"Probably the most comfortable seats I have sat in. The ventilated leather cooling is a very nice feature. Noise for a truck is minimal. For a truck the ride is almost like a car."

Anonymous, WA (2017 Nissan Titan)

"The seats in this vehicle are as comfortable as you can find. That is coming from someone with chronic lower back issues, where riding for any distance is uncomfortable. My Nissan seats are the exception to this."

Mark B., MI (2017 Nissan Titan)

"The seats are very comfortable for long trips. Very little rode noise and the ride is smooth on most roads."

Anonymous, TX (2017 Nissan Titan)

"very comfortable ride."

Anonymous, PA (2017 Nissan Titan)

"The ride is not as smooth as my 2011 Nissan titan."

Kim B., GA (2017 Nissan Titan)

"Leather seats are very comfortable. Best in class. Cuts down on fatigue over long rides"

Anonymous, NL (2017 Nissan Titan)

"I totally enjoy the Titan experience. From the seats to the Navigation to the entertainment system. I feel that this truck has everything I need. I also like how my android phone interfaces with the trucks systems"

Anonymous, FL (2017 Nissan Titan)

"the best riding truck I have ever had. The seats are air ride ( no bumps). Nice and quiet in side."

Anonymous, FL (2017 Nissan Titan)

Value

Did you get what you wanted relative to the price you paid?

What Owners Say

"I got $12,000 in rebates when all was said and done, buying a new 2017 in December 2017"

Terri O., LA (2017 Nissan Titan)

"on sale, i paid about 7k below msrp for a single cab, 8ft bed,with bed liner,, like the seats, had to install rear backup,dont like the hood slant, cant see road good,, and 17" tires would be nice for this truck, gas mileage is what i expected, good acceleration,100k bumper to bumper is great, and so far appears to be a good buy."

Anonymous, TX (2017 Nissan Titan)

"In the first 6 months of ownership my truck has had a re-occurring squeak in the rear suspension, and the spray-in box liner had to be entirely replaced as it peeled up due to the incorrect application at the factory."

Anonymous, AB (2017 Nissan Titan)

"I got a great price."

Anonymous, AR (2017 Nissan Titan)

"The truck has more for less."

Anonymous, FL (2017 Nissan Titan)

"I tore a 5000 pound RV with this truck, "With No Problems"."

Dan F., FL (2017 Nissan Titan)

"A lot of comfort and amenities for the price"

Anonymous, PA (2017 Nissan Titan)

Would you buy this car again?

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Ford F-250
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Nissan Titan
Nissan Titan XD
Ram 1500
Ram 2500
Ram 3500
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Percentage of owners who would definitely purchase that same vehicle again. Owner-satisfaction Ratings are determined by the percentage of those who answered "definitely yes" to the question asked by the Consumer Reports Annual Auto Survey "Considering all factors (price, performance, reliability, comfort, enjoyment, etc.), would you get this car if you had to do it all over again?". If we don’t have sufficient data, a similar model might be used to form the owner-satisfaction score.
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