It’s been a long time coming, but the Nissan Titan replacement will finally make its debut at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show in January of 2015, hitting markets later on during the year. The Titan will join a segment ridden with successful big trucks, and it will have to be able to hold its own in order to truly make a name for itself.
Nissan Titan Replacement
The Nissan Titan replacement will debut four years after it was supposed to, but USA Today says that brands like Toyota have also taken a lot of time to make sure their vehicle was just right. “Toyota took years to get its Tundra right, evolving it from the small, underpowered T100 that it sold 1993-1998. Its replacement, the almost-big-enough Tundra, was sold from 2000 to 2006.”
It was not until 2007 that the larger Tundra really caught on. Close to 10,000 Tundra trucks are sold each month compared to the Titan’s 1,000 units a month. Fingers crossed that the Nissan Titan replacement increases sales and makes for a new successful full-size pickup out on the market!
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