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QUALITY | 7 out of 10
Storage is good inside the Titan; you’ll find bins and pockets galore.
Nissan's chrome-ringed radio and A/C dials are attractive, but they might prove difficult to use if you're wearing gloves
The gauges have a simple, clean design. Most controls are generously sized, but they're not always easy to see or reach.
Materials quality is only average, however, with hard plastics covering most surfaces.
Inside the 2011 Titan, you'll find plenty of room and comfortable seating for four adults in Crew Cab versions. Power-adjustable pedals accommodate shorter drivers, and ride quality is good for a truck, with wind and road noise both at acceptable levels, though the engine can be a bit loud for some.
As it turns out, the interior of the Titan varies significantly depending on which model you choose. Base models use a split bench seat, for example, while mid-range and top-end trims get captain's chairs and a center console. High step-in on all models may be a concern for shorter or less mobile drivers.
Interior materials generally fall well short of the mark. Drab colors and plasticky textures are particularly hard to get over if you've cross-shopped similar trucks in the class. Storage space is abundant, however, with plenty of spaces for smaller items. Overall build quality is also good, if not great.
The materials and interior details inside the 2011 Nissan Titan aren't likely to win you over, but its otherwise spacious and comfortable cabin might.