2011 NISSAN TITAN
Nissan company released pricing details on the 2011 Nissan Titan and Armada, and it looks like the two heavy-breathing bruisers will carry new badges when they hit dealer lots.
Starting next year, the Armada will shed its SE and Titanium designations in favor of SV and SL trims, respectively. Those looking to land themselves in the big Japanese SUV.
In addition, E, SE and LE trims have been scrapped in favor of S, SV and SL designations. Pricing for the full-size pickup starts at $26,820 (RM83,418) for the short-wheelbase version in two-wheel drive, S trim and goes up from there. The priciest of the lot is the $39,620 (RM123,229) Titan SL Crew Cab four-wheel drive. Hit the jump to check out the full press release, complete with pricing.
2010 NISSAN FRONTIER CREW CAB
2010 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab has the collection of hand-me-down and Scandinavian retail chain furniture occupying your personal quarters needs a way to get across town.
This vehicle designed to swallow a myriad of weighty objects. Simultaneously carrying heavy loads behind, you can invite all the family in a comfortable interior. The midsize Frontier continues to stay true to the prototypical truck mold.
It’s underpinned by a fully boxed, steel ladder frame, architecture shared with its younger, full-size Titan relation. Its live rear axle is supported by a leaf spring suspension, and the independent front puts two double A-arms to work. The crew cab Frontier tester also came equipped with Nissan’s shift on the fly-four wheel drive system. A two speed transfer case. Add to that 31-inch-tall, trail-ready BFGoodrich tires and a generous ground clearance.