Pickup Trucks To Face New Titan Pickup Truck

Posted: Mar 4 2014, 10:42am CST | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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Pickup Trucks to Face New Titan Pickup Truck

The pickup trucks that get churned out each year include some pretty stylish and hefty numbers. Recently, the list of road monsters has been slated to acquire a newcomer Titan pickup truck from Nissan.

Nissan is ready to face the competition. Its graying Titan pickup truck is being renovated and rejuvenated for the market. In January of 2015, an all-new Titan will hopefully gets displayed for all to gaze at in envy at the Detroit Auto Show.

In fact, it is such a big thing that Nissan plans on giving Ford Motors and GM a run for their money. The Japanese have it in them to beat the Americans at their game. And they are back with a vengeance in the form of Nissan. Whereas Nissan had long had plans for a Titan pickup truck, its partner in this quest failed to deliver.

Chrysler went bankrupt and so the unveiling was delayed. But now Nissan is back on track and it is raring to go. It’s been more than a decade since the Titan pickup truck was retouched and refurbished. Things are about to change for the better.

Nissan was forced to pick up the pieces of debris left over from Chrysler’s insolvency and improvise. Yet it has emerged from the trial by fire a bolder and more stable company. It is ready to show the world that other cultures apart from the standard Western ones can innovate and be creative too. And while the precise date for taking the cover off the Titan pickup truck is still an inexact science, it will surely come as a pleasant surprise.

The all-new Titan pick turck is to have a fuller exterior and more spacious inner capacity. The monster machine will run on diesel and be a cinch to drive down the road. And the open road begins with an open mind.

Nissan is a name to reckon with. It is included among the pantheon of all-time great ones such as Mitsubishi and Honda. The show piece it will introduce to the global market will prove once and for all that the Land of Shinto is not to be left behind.

Source: MarketWatch

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