Nissan Titan: Complaints & Recalls

Named after the divine beings of Greek mythology, the Nissan Titan is one of this manufacturer’s largest vehicles you can get without tapping into Nissan’s commercial options. Packed with plenty of power, the Titan promises to haul the family and anything else you need to move in its spacious, durable pickup bed.

Though powerful, some owners have reported a few complaints to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. If you believe your Titan may have been sold to you with a known defect, reach out to us at 833.4.CARLAW for a free consultation and we will investigate the problem.

Yearly Nissan Titan Complaints, Investigations, and Recalls

If you purchased a new Titan in the last few years, here’s what you should know people are talking about:

2015 Nissan Titan

Drivers submitted complaints about:

  • Fuel system
  • Airbags
  • Power train

2016 Nissan Titan

Reasons for recalls include:

  • Missing load capacity modification label. Without this label, drivers may overload their vehicles, which could lead to an accident if the driver loses control.
  • Seat belt may not adequately protect head. This creates an increased risk of injury in the event of an accident.
  • Fuel tank breather tube incorrectly attached. This may cause the fuel gauge to read incorrectly.

2017 Nissan Titan

Reasons for recalls include:

  • Missing load capacity modification label. Without this label, drivers may overload their vehicles, which could lead to an accident if the driver loses control.
  • Seatbelt may not adequately protect head. This creates an increased risk of injury in the event of an accident.

2018 Nissan Titan

Reasons for recalls include:

  • Missing load capacity modification label. Without this label, drivers may overload their vehicles, which could lead to an accident if the driver loses control.

Seek Legal Assistance for Your Nissan Titan

If you’ve experienced one of the problems above, or something similar, you can report it directly to the NHTSA so they can compile your complaint in their database. If they receive enough complaints on your same topic, they may launch an investigation into the matter.As long as the original manufacturer’s warranty hasn’t expired, you may still have the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act working in your favor. This federal law was designed to protect consumers from unethical warranty practices. If a dealership failed to fix a warrantable defect within three or more attempts and/or your vehicle has been 20 or more days out of service, you may have a viable suit against the manufacturer for breach of warranty.

You may also have state lemon laws on your side. Like the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, these laws exist to extend extra protection to you, the consumer.

Don’t keep driving your Titan back to the dealership for repairs. Robison Lemon Law Group LLC can help you navigate both the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and state lemon laws to ensure you receive the justice you deserve.