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Help on deciding on new truck

Old 01-17-2006, 09:00 PM
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Default Help on deciding on new truck

I am going to purchase a new truck here before too long and I wanted to get some opinions from some other people. Right now I am completely torn between a F-150 Lariat Supercrew and a Nissan Titan Crew Cab. I love both trucks and can't seem to decide. I was wondering if y'all would tell me why I should get the F-150 over the Titan and I am also going to ask the Nissan guys why I should get the Titan over the F-150. Thanks for the help. I will probably post follow up questions as y'all post responses.
Old 05-11-2006, 12:22 AM
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Default RE: Help on deciding on new truck

Well I have a f150 2006 xlt extended cab 4x4 and I can't quite tell you not to buy a nissan but I used to have a dodge 2005 hemi slt and the comparison wasn't even close the ford rides alot better through bumps and corners but is kinda stiff but that is due to its payload. The fuel mileage is about 14.5 mpg and highest Ive gotten is 17 lowest is 13. I have had complaints about the back seat it is tuff to get into the back because there is no handle. It works great in snow very traction oriented and has good gearing. It will get up and go but not over whelming in the power department the 5.4L needs a little more. I love it
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