Besides the previous Nissan pickup models, Nissan intends to broaden next generation Titan lineup. The first model of this formidable Titan series popped up in the year 2004. During its evolution, it came with somehow limited power capabilities. In addition to this, it also had limited car/bed outlook. These drawbacks never seemed satisfactory to address the demands of the pick-up market.
On evaluation of car sales, premium-trim trucks have taken up approximately one third of pickup sales. Recently, this share has been significantly reduced by to the ever-changing customer preferences. This is attributed to the fact that most buyers are after an ordinary sized model with six cylinders. These properties were not available in with the Titan.
2015 Nissan Titan Redesign
It for these reasons that Nissan Titan did not record as many sales as previously expected. Initially, approximately 8700 units sold out during its introduction in 2005. Compared to the ford F series, which has been the most preferred choice among pickup customers for decades now it was a significantly lower result.
Interestingly, 2015 Nissan Titan model intends to bring the best. With high expectations, gossips have it that it will be the first pickup of its own kind with a Cummins turbocharged diesel engine. Furthermore, it will be the first non-ram model delivered to this segment. Compared to 2013 model, it is expected that the front side will be almost the same but will present a relatively huge body work.
Changes in its design have set out a vehicle fully customized. This design has a design modification from the A pillar which serves to cover up a somewhat bigger grill and an intensely modified front fender. It also has its lights optimal elevation that provide the required extensive illumination. To maintain the familiar looks inside, the vehicles interior design is set be similar to the previous 2013 model.
The engine dictates the capabilities of any vehicle. It is for this reason that the proposed engine design was regarded a powerhouse. It will also come with a variety of power-trains and body configurations. Besides the V8 and V6, power designs it will bring with it the Cummins diesel engine.
Diesel 2015 Nissan Titan
The 2015 Nissan Titan will be delivered in two model versions. These are an extended cab and a crew cab. Reflect this variation will also reflect in the pricing. During presentation, the fuel consumption was never mentioned. Surprisingly, fuel consumption was a major aspect in the redesign. This clearly indicates that Nissan is ready to turn tables and place itself top of the small trucks market.
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