Alternate Title: Nissan Titan Charlie Foxtrot, over. Or, how one Nissan loyalist, pushed too far, finally had enough and broke off the relationship.
Truck owners who use their trucks for hauling always complain about stuff falling down between the tailgate and the bed – whether it be gravel, limbs, rocks, or, in my case here, a wrench.
Roadmaster’s Active Suspension System converts a vehicle’s “passive” leaf spring suspension into “active” mechanical suspension. The springs that make up the heart of the system instantly absorb shock and dissipate load force energy, greatly improving stability, balance, traction, and control – with or without a load.
As Nissan’s Year of the Truck comes to an end, NICOclub takes a final look at two late-year introductions that’ll lead into 2017. If you’re a gas truck fan, or someone who wants a big Nissan SUV to hold your entire tribe, you’ll want to read this one.
It’s not that I love unpredictable weather, or another long tow to compete at an SCCA Majors race weekend – but these were precisely the kind of conditions that would offer a good test of the Nissan Titan XD.
Timbren Industries has developed a bumpstop for the avid off-roader or the regular working guy that hauls heavy loads. They are easy to install and compliment any lift kit. They are designed to boost the bottom-out resistance while delivering a smooth engagement & disengagement.
Gleaming in the sunlight, the forged copper Titan XD starts at the push of a button. There’s a familiar rattle as the 5.0-liter twin turbo Cummins V8 diesel spins to life.
We install and review the Timbren SES Suspension Kit on a Nissan Frontier 4×4 that sees a lot of towing and hauling duties – Check out what we found!