Nissan has announced pricing for its 2014 Armada and Titan models, with the Armada 4×2 SV starting at $37,885 and the 2014 Titan S King Cab 4×2 SWB priced from $30,265 – prices include a $995 destination and handling fee.
Saying trucks are important in the U.S. is like calling Les Paul a guy who knew about guitars.
As it turns out, Nissan poached more than just an executive from Chrysler’s Ram truck brand when Fred Diaz leaped lilly pads.
Pickup trucks are tools that need to be durable, dependable, and most of all, useful.
Do you remember the “ooga” horn sound cartoon characters used to make when they saw something shocking? If you want to create a similar reaction, in real life, tell any Dodge, Ford or GM truckophile that you’re planning to buy a new Nissan Titan. For the most part, their arguments will be well grounded. Nissan…
Nissan might be taking a serous run at the U.S. light-duty truck market when it unveils the next generation Titan.
Nissan is working to redesign its half-ton pickup, the Titan, and we now know that when the truck debuts, it will have more engine options and more models to choose from.