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2014 Nissan Titan Fuel Economy

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Fuel economy isn't a game that the 2014 Nissan Titan plays especially well, regardless of how you plan to use it. The EPA rates the four-wheel-drive model at only 12 mpg city, 17 mpg highway, while the rear-drive truck gets a marginally better 13/18 mpg, respectively. Part of the problem is that Nissan is the only manufacturer of full-size pickups sold in the U.S. that doesn't offer a V-6 engine. 

In real-world driving, we've noted mileage numbers near the low end of that EPA scale.

Gas mileage is the worst part of the Titan's lackluster performance.

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