Nissan Titan 4dr Short Bed Auto Transport Quote
During the first full year of production, which was from December 2003 to December 2004, an amazing 85,920 Titans were sold. To add to that, 86,945 Titans were sold in 2005. This was a great showing for the Nissan marquee. The better part is that since the Titan's introduction, production has been just under its capacity, so it is actually a good thing that sales were not even more. Although, it seems unlikely that Nissan would have minded having a waiting list. The Nissan Titan is a full-size pickup truck manufactured in the American market by Nissan Motors. The truck shares the stretched Nissan F-Alpha base with the Nissan Armada and the Infiniti QX56 SUVs. The assembly plant is located in Canton, Mississippi where they are extremely busy. The Titan was not originally created to challenge the big 3 Detroit Trucks in quality or sales quantity. This is because the Titan has an annual production capacity of 90,000 units while Ford on the other hand is able to sell 900,000 units in one year alone. However, to Nissan, the Titan compliments and fills out their vehicle lineup and gives them a truck to present as competition for customers looking for an in-between alternative to the F-150, the Chevrolet Silverado, the GMC Sonoma and the Dodge Dakota. The Titan is in actuality an equal alternative to the Honda Ridgeline, the Toyota Tacoma and the Mitsubishi Raider. This is based on the model's payloads and towing capacities. When released, the Titan was given praise for its combination of a spacious interior, towing capacity, styling and innovativeness. People liked the wide opening rear doors in the King Cab and the lockable storage compartment outside the bed on the driver's side. Further, the Titan was nominated for the North American Truck of the Year award for 2004.