2010 Nissan Titan 5.6 L Le Crew Cab 4wd on 2040-cars
Anchorage, Alaska, United States
vehicle has low mileage and in nearly showroom condition. It has a
bumper-to-bumper full coverage warranty including all electronics through
Anchorage Chrysler Center. The warranty is valid through 70,000 miles or August 2017 valued at
$1800. NADA blue book is $28,225 less auto start and warranty, Auto-start valued at $500. Total
Truck Value $30,525
With 33,300 miles, this is a four door, V-8, four-wheel drive with a short bed
easy to park and maneuver. It has all the bells and whistles except sun roof
and DVD player. It comes with a Compustar remote auto start/ Anti-theft system
with 1/2 mile range and 2 key fobs.
Includes: traction control , rear entertainment system,18-inch alloy wheels,
cruise control, a front overhead console, a receiver hitch a power sliding rear
window, chrome grille and bumpers, keyless entry, a dampened-assist tailgate,
manual lumbar support, a trip computer, an auxiliary audio jack and an in-dash
six-CD changer with MP3 capability, eight-way power driver seat,
power-adjustable pedals, rear parking sensors, a leather-wrapped steering wheel
with audio controls and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with a compass,
foglights, Bluetooth, bucket seats and center console and a fold-flat front
passenger seat, a lockable bedside compartment, adjustable tie-down cleats and
a spray-in bedliner, power-extending/heated sideview mirrors, front tow hooks
and a premium Rockford Fosgate sound system with satellite radio, side step
rails, dual-zone automatic climate control, driver memory functions, leather
seating, a four-way power passenger seat, a leather-wrapped shifter, a pair of
additional speakers (for 10 total) a universal garage opener and wood trim.
Standard on all Titans are antilock disc brakes, stability control, front-seat
side airbags and full-length side curtain airbags.
In government crash testing, the 2010 Nissan Titan received a perfect five
stars for driver protection in frontal impacts and four stars for passenger
Titans feature a spacious and functional interior design, with easy-to-use
controls and numerous storage bins. The rear seats fold up to provide a large
load floor for hauling items inside the cab, and the rear doors on extended-cab
models open nearly 180 degrees for easier access. With standard and optional
features like a durable spray-on bed liner, movable tie-down cleats, handy
tailgate illumination and a driver-side lockbox, the Titan can be quite the
The 2010 Nissan Titan's precise steering is nicely weighted, which makes the
truck relatively nimble and easy to drive.
This vehicle has low mileage and in nearly showroom condition.
Nissan Titan for Sale
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As such, Ad Age is reporting that Nissan - and its ad agency TBWA Worldwide - has settled with the FTC over the ad despite the fact that it features a disclaimer stating: "Fictionalization. Do not attempt." Nissan did not have to pay out any money in the settlement, but it is prohibited "from using potentially misleading demonstrations in future advertisements for pickups." In addition to the offending commercial, posted below, we've included some of the other related videos from the same Frontier campaign.