well EUROHAZARD...since your so hell bent on wanting to know.here ya go 2002 chevy avalanche,2007 reg cab dodge ram sxt v6, 1973 plymouth cuda 440, ...op eh why dont you say what that really means:yup:^ yeah, that news shocked and upset Dodge and Nissan fans alike. If that is still going to happen, it probably won't be until 2010. I have a feeling that whatever kind of truck that is in the OP's picture was in development before the whole Nissan/Dodge truck announcement.
Speaking of the OP.....did "TundraKiller" ever reveal what kind of vehicle he has?
despite this "info", my guess it might be a "2010½" model. This next-gen Titan (if Nissan keep the name) might be the new "Ram Titan" under the body.Further down the line Mitsubishi will introduce a successor for the Nissan Titan which is rumoured to be based on the platform of the 2009 Dodge Ram.
Wow, one of those cars will kill a Tundra (Cuda). Thanks for answering.....you never did in the last thread you started.well EUROHAZARD...since your so hell bent on wanting to know.here ya go 2002 chevy avalanche,2007 reg cab dodge ram sxt v6, 1973 plymouth cuda 440, ...op eh why dont you say what that really means:yup:
"Japan" had little to do with this....aside from signing some "okays" I'd imagine. It's designed in California almost exclusively for the North American market. The frame is made right here in America by the same company that makes the F-150 frames. Engine (at least the 5.6 V8 is) made in Tennessee. And the whole thing is put together in Mississippi.Wow.
Japan should just stop trying to make trucks for the US market.
This thing sucks.
You bring a good point. For 2008, the Armada interiors were heavily improved, both looks, and quality of materials. But they left the Titan alone inside.This makes no sense. The one area that I think Nissan did well was the exterior. Focus on the interior, where Nissan is without question the bottom of the fullsize heap. Powertrains could use some help too. The 5.6L is fun, but thirsty. Like 5.7L Hemi thirsty (I'm talking about all of the 5.7Ls up until the '09 Ram). Better yet, leave it up to Dodge, they seem to have their stuff together lately ('09 Ram) when it comes to trucks.