ا عبدالرحمن: like for titan
Joe Reott: What good is a tow test without stating axle ratio!!!!!!!!! The Nissan was 3.36...what was the Silverado???? Come on, you guys are testing this crap for the REAL WORLD. When you walk into a dealer,& tell em I got a travel trailer for me & my honey an I only use it sometimes, and he says oh yeah, I got what you need right here, and it's a5.3 with 2.73 gears.......someone that really doesn't know might buy that truck! Gear ratios should ALWAYS be important information when doing truck posts.
chris ruiz: the fuel economy is worth it because youre gonna make a lot less trips to the repair then the ram chevy and ford so pick your pros and cons!!
Dave Sampson: clearly my 12 year old titan slays the new GMC 5.3 from 060 and the boat towing perspective. Pretty good for an old warhorse!
Ephesians 6:17: Serious mismatch! GMC 5.3 vs. Chevy 6.2...excuse me??? Why not compare the GMC 6.2 to have a level playing field???
Dillan Burkett: Why does everyone bash the Titan? I have an 04 KC 4x4 without big tow package and only problem I've had is the rear axle and easily fixed with an eaton TrueTrac diff. And these things are stupid fast especially with tuners, I've only lost one race and that was to a BUILT duramax. I've spanked mustangs, camaros, challengers, so down south don't race a truck lol
Dillan Burkett: "It's that rear axle that's set up for towing" omfg I almost lost it!!!!!!!
Tuco Espinoza: I like the silverado
David Stanley: That 12 year old designed ,off road Titan pro4x ,with it's off road tires ,still outruns the newly designed Chevy 4x2 ?
dang, god help them when the new Titan emerges with 502 hp SC V8 coming in the 2017 nissan Titan platinum reserve gas model short bed.
Quadrunner: I know people complain about Nissan waiting so long to update the titan, but it is pretty cool having the old vs new tech comparisons. Aside from unloaded mpg it seems very competitive and it is still built to be used as a full time truck right from the factory. Those that choose to keep their old Nissan's are going to have a more established parts base for modification and maintenance as a result of that longer production time as well. I think before you stop reviewing it you guys should do a quick run through all of the features Nissan added to the Titan first that are common on other trucks today. I know they were ahead of the game in some ways when they came out.
torment38237: I own an '05 Titan 2wd KC , NO mods. Not even dual exhaust. 160,000 miles as of yesterday. Still runs and sounds great. Just for fun, I have spanked older and newer Eclipse GTs, and 3000GTs. Outrun some late 80's to mid 90 model Camero's (with various engine packages, some upgraded, some not), and some newer V6 Camero's in a short run in distance runs. Also, in short runs, some base model Chargers (both V6 and base hemi, not R/T) and Challengers (V6 model only). Have been able to hang with some 4.6 mustangs up to 65, 75 mph (some have left me sitting still, which was awesome, lol). This just to name a few, and I gotta say, some of you may smirk at the Titan or call it junk but for an est. 4600 lb, bone stock, truck to even mess with these vehicles or even give some of them a clean run for their money, with the tailgat on and spare tire, is impressive for what is now a 10 year old truck. Many older trucks, (in my area and in my experience so far, and there have been a few) have to moderately mod there trucks to keep up. As for newer trucks, pre '12 stock to lightly moded Ford and Chevy, (haven't faced any Dodge or Toyota trucks yet), still love the dumbfounded look on their faces when I quickly pull in front of them and am looking at them in my side view mirrors as they shut down at 98 mph and my truck is still climbing to between 120 and 130 mph. Some of the bigger class motor options from Chevy and Ford have been somewhat quicker and fun competitors, as they should be. Gonna be some haters on here, I'm sure, just been my experience with this truck thus far. It can and has been beatin' but it is what it is and it's a really fun truck to drive for the money. On a side note, which is worth mention and giving props too, I have been spanked by a VW Golf GTI and it was awesome! That little car is crazy fast! Lol
Guido: 1:51 not even in 1:52 you had a feeling the Titan is already to unleash it's monster sound...
MrAndreussi: i still prefer ram 1500.
Kolby Walters: Proud to be a titan owner nuff said
GTXC4: I can't take these guys too serious anymore these days. Lot of mismatch comparisons in other videos. But anyway...
I've driven many trucks over the years, different motors, drivetrains, etc. I just recently bought a Titan Pro4X and nothing compares. The Ford F-Series are the closest thing to a smooth ride compared to the Titan, and as far as the engineering behind the Titan, well yea, they knew what they were doing 10+ years ago.
Kent Llemit: IM A F-150 FAN BUT THOSE TRUCKS I LIKE IS NISSAN TITAN FOR AN EPIC REASON. BECAUSE THOSE TRASHY GM RECALLS GOING IN AND STILL ON RECALLS.
Anthony But: It's thirsty, but it's not because of the axle ratio. It only acts like a 4.10 in 1st gear because the transmission compensates for the rear axle using a low first gear.
The GM 5.3 SHOULD have beat it with it's 6 speed trans, and similar power on PAPER.
This just shows that despite being an older design, Nissan did a tremendous job with this power train 10 years ago, and it clearly is still very competitive as far as performance goes.
Petey Wheatstraw: Still the most under rated truck on the market.....I LOVE MY TITAN PRO 4X !!!!!
T Ritchie: I missed the price of the Titan. Did they show it?
Mr. Desert: stupid video titan's are #1