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The big V-8 in the 2010 Nissan Titan is an asset—provided you have the budget to support its thirst.
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Buying Tips:

If the fuel economy figures are tough to get past, you might consider the smaller Nissan Frontier, which does just fine with a V-6.

Other Choices:

If you're interested in the 2010 Nissan Titan, also consider:

  • Ford F-150
  • Chevrolet Silverado 1500
  • Dodge Ram 1500
  • Toyota Tundra

Reason Why:

Overall, the 2010 Nissan Titan offers fewer powertrain and equipment combinations than other leading full-size pickups. Although with a V-8 and some cargo-friendly features like the lockable cargo box, the Titan is appealing for personal use, but it's not a favorite of fleets and hard-hat wearers. If you like what the Nissan has, then this doesn't matter. The 2010 Ford F-150 and Chevy Silverado are the two with the largest number of variations for every sort of use. The Ford has an excellent interior, especially for those who work out of their trucks, while the Chevy has excellent ride and handling attributes, plus good fuel economy. And just redesigned this past year, the Dodge Ram has much-improved ride and handling. Yet another option is the Toyota Tundra, which has perhaps the toughest, most imposing styling in the group, plus a very stylish cabin.

The Bottom Line:

The 2010 Nissan Titan performs well and has a comfortable interior, but its appeal is more limited than the full-line full-size trucks from the Big Three and Toyota.

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