Question about 2006 Nissan Titan
What do they recommend the mileage should be on this...you know different types of drivers and driving conditions are a direct reflection on your fuel mileage...same goes with local and long road trips, when they(Car Manu.) estimate a vehicles fuel consumption, it is usually done on flat straight roads with the cruise set and very little stop/go and absolutely no "Jack Rabbit" take offs.
In other words doing the speed limit to the "TEE" and driving under the best of conditions.
Should you be the one that takes off a little hard or likes to run hard on the roadways then this is what you get confronted with poorer then recommended mileage, also if you are driving a lot of the time with a heavier load in the vehicle this will also eat up the fuel.
Ask the dealership if they have any updates for the computer chip to possibly increase the fuel mileage.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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