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here ya go just found a few complaints, this one is great
Scott of Kingston NY (10/05/05)
I bought a 2004 Nissan Titan. Back in Nov. of 2004. This truck did not have the towing package, but it did have a tow hitch on it. I've had 3 rear differentials replaced and when the 4th differential blew Nissan gave me a brand new 2005 Nissan Titan. The first differential on the 04 blew at 6,000 miles and then each differential after that took about 3,000 mile to blow (so at roughly 9,000, and 12,000 then was given the new truck).
After I received my 2005 Nissan Titan (this truck did have the Tow Package on it) I put roughly 7500 miles on it and the Rear Differential then blew in this truck. Nissan repaired once again and when I told them I did not want the truck back they told me I had no choice and I would have to go to lemon law arbitration (which I can't do because it is a new vehicle). The only items I've towed with either vehicle is a 5,000lb. U-haul and a 3,500lb. snowmobile tailer. The truck's towing capacity is 9,400 lbs.
Nissan has some very large Quality Control issues at their factories and they are not owning up to it. I now own a $34,000 truck that I can't get rid of without taking a large loss. I just received the truck back and have roughly 9,200 miles on it. I am waiting for next rear differential to break in the next 1,000-2,000 miles. Nissan did take the 2004 Titan back as defective. It was returned about 3 months ago for my new 2005. The old Titan is still sitting in my dealership's parking lot waiting for Nissan to come and pick-up. Wouldn't it make sense for Nissan to send out their R&D team to get it and find out what the problem is.
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