Not towing, I get around 20 mpg. Towing is around 11. The turbos make for some fun driving though, and if you don't stay diligent about your driving habits, your mileage can go way down. Your right foot makes a lot of difference in this truck. Probably more so than a non turbo vehicle.
Titans are pretty thirsty, from what I hear. But if you are a Nissan person, it is the way to go. Very capable.
Good information. Thank you. I suppose I may be trading up to a Titan, then. Since we're beginners, we're going to start camping around here. No more than an hour from home. But our goal is definitely to be camping at Disney some and then make our way out West to the majestic National Parks.
Do you like the F150 mated with this TT? What sort of MPG to you see?
I had a two wheel drive Frontier
Which gave me another hundred pounds or so for towing. It was barely up to the task. I got by on level drives, but it really struggled on hills. Even some overpasses!
There are Frontier owners who swear by them. They are much more capable than Tacomas. But if you want to do some serious travel with your RV, the Fronty isn't the truck for it, IMO. It is one of those cases where it is fine on paper, but the experience of driving tells another story.
I am looking at purchasing a 2013 Rockwood 2306. Much like the one you have. I have a question for you. I have a 2011 Nissan Frontier Pro 4x Crew Cab, much like you HAD. I'm curious as to how that truck pulled the 2306. I will have myself, my wife, my 2 year old daughter, my two dogs (100lbs) combined and probably another 100lbs or so of miscellaneous gear in my truck. So the payload, without trailer, should be around 500-600lbs. Curious to get your opinion on the truck pulling this camper. I like your new Ford, by the way! Wish I could afford one, but not for a couple of years.