About Nissan Titan
Nissan Titan is a full-size pickup truck manufactured by the exceptional Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Company Ltd since 2003. The first Nissan Titan was introduced on December 1, 2003 and built in the United States for the North American market. Though Nissan Titan is a very young model, it inherits Nissan's good qualities such as precise engineering safety equipment, which even let it win the Five Star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Now, it has been produced through two generations.
Though Nissan Titan's development began as early as September 1991, its Alpha T concept vehicle was not introduced until the 2001 Detroit Auto Show and the first-generation Nissan Titan (A60; 2003-2015) production version was not available until the end of 2003. Built at Nissan's new full-size F-Alpha platform with Nissan Armada and Infiniti QX56 SUVs, Nissan Titan was powered by a 5.6 L VK56DE V6 engine that could generate 317 hp and 385 pound feet of torque and engine was mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission. Then the second-generation Nissan Titan (H61; 2016-present) made its debut at the 2015 North American International Auto Show. It now is offered in regular and XD as a 2-ddor regular cab or a 4-door crew cab pickup truck. Moreover, Titan gets a new 5.0 L turbo diesel V8 engine and new 7-speed and 6-speed automatic transmissions.
Nissan Titan Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
The mission of a pickup truck is already complex and difficult, not to mention a full-size pickup truck like Nissan Titan. And these complicated and hard jobs for Titan would speed up its wearing process, that is why you should know these in advance:
First, powertrain failure. When Nissan Titan reached at about 80,000 mileages, many drivers started to reflect this problem. They complained that an audible loud clicking noise when turning and excessive vibrating when driving could drive them crazy, and they could find grease on the inside edge of the tire or along the underside of the vehicle and abnormal tire wheel and feel it harder to control the vehicle. Generally speaking, the Titan axle shaft, wheel bearing, and leaf spring bushing may be failing.
Second, engine failure. Engine failure is often regarded as the preview of the vehicle is breaking down, so Nissan Titan owners are also very concerned about this problem. They told that they could hear strange noises from the engine and sometimes smell burnt oil odor. The engine performance also decreased substantially as well as reduction in power, acceleration and fuel economy sometimes may suffer from no starting. Once the Check Engine Light in your Nissan Titan comes on, please get the Titan engine control module, exhaust manifold gasket, exhaust flange gasket and oil filter checked thoroughly.
Unfortunately, besides above mentioned auto parts, some other parts in Nissan Titan should be inspected more often as they could last as long as the vehicle could. Seat belt is responsible for protecting occupants from harm brought by sudden movement, headlight is used for light up roads ahead and warning others for your presence, door lock actuator is useful in protecting your vehicle and belongings from thieves, so for your safety in driving and property, please maintain them in a regular basis. Blower motor resistor, door handle and power steering hose are also vulnerable parts in Titan, please pay more attention to them as well.
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