fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
10,118 miles

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problem #4

Jun 172019


  • 11,200 miles
Error code P0527. Fan speed sensor. When A/C is on and this sensor fails, engine goes into high RPM too incorrectly cool off motor/trans. When accelerating, vehicle performs poorly (barely moves). This happened while waiting at a traffic signal to and from our destination and of course while driving. Driver is left in a precarious situation as you accelerate truck barely moves all due to a bad sensor. Sensor tells vehicle its overheating which isn't the case as temperature gauge / range is normal. Would have a better design if a) a second level verification occurred comparing truck temp before entering safe (limp) mode and 2)error code appeared on dash informing the driver and dealer of the issue. If code had appeared on dash, dealer could have looked up code when I called and simply stated "turn of A/C to resume to normal driving". dealer was baffled upon arrival with no prior reports and with no indication on where to start troubleshooting this issue. Truck had to be towed. Would have been an awful situation in areas where no cell coverage exists and 125 miles from home. Luckily we had planned to ride in someone else's vehicle that day or this actually would have occurred. End users should have a booklet of error codes and possible remedies. Turning off the A/C was the solution and an end user quick fix vs. Leaving the driver in a dangerous situation. Truck has only 11,200 miles and is a 2017 model.

- Camano Island, WA, USA

problem #3

Feb 222019


  • 22,124 miles
Dead pedal leaving driver in dangerous situations unable to drive. Error code 0506, 0507, 2101, P1750, C1130

- Oak Grove, MN, USA

problem #2

May 292018


  • 7,000 miles
The drivers side rear door will lock. You can not unlock the door with the key, pushing any buttons, using the fob, nor can you unlock it from the inside. You must use the master button on the drivers door and in doing so you must lock and unlock the doors dozens of times and only then it may work the rear door. You do not need to lock the door for this to occur. The door will lock on its own. The vehicle can be unlocked, sitting for a day, and I can go out to use the vehicle and the rear door will be locked. You can be driving the vehicle and the rear door will simply lock itself. If you lock the vehicle (and it makes no difference how you do it) the rear door will not unlock with the other doors. My concern is that with a rear passenger (usually a child) and were involved in an accident entering or exiting the vehicle from the drivers side rear door would be nearly impossible because of the locking door. A very dangerous situation if fire were involved.

- Rainier, OR, USA

problem #1

Jul 272017


  • 150 miles
This is the second Titan xd with the same issue "dead pedal" or no acceleration when pedal is pressed this is when the truck is being driven at various speeds. Nissan has attempted to fix with no know repairs at this time.

- Prior Lake, MN, USA