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Nissan has been in the truck game a long time but got serious in 2004 with the then-new Frontier, and the introduction of the V8 powered Titan to compete with segment juggernauts F150 and Silverado. While Nissan didn't offer true workhorses their domestic counterpart did, they introduced innovative features
like the brilliant Utili-Track Bed system that allowed for different accessories and tools to be easily attached directly to the bed. Nissan has taken another serious turn in the truck market by introducing the NV van lineup for private and professional applications.
Living on largely unchanged since its major update in 2004, the Frontier is still a plenty capable truck with its 4.0-liter V6 for tougher jobs, or 2.5-liter I4 for lighter duty loads. Four-cylinders are available only with the King Cab, but the V6 allows for Crew Cab or Long Bed variations. The Titan has stayed mostly familiar since its introduction in 2004, definitely a segment trailer, particularly as American trucks continue to take giant evolutionary steps. It comes in King or Crew Cab variations with a possible Crew Cab Long Bed combination available.
The new Nissan NV van shares its platform with the Titan and is powered by either that trucks 5.6-liter V8 or the Frontier's 4.0-liter V6. Body styles available are traditional cargo, high-roof or passenger, with windows and seating for twelve. The NV200 Compact Cargo van is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder and beat the Ford Transit Connect to become the platform for New York City's new taxicab. See more... See Less
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