What does /o/ think of the new Titan Warrior Concept?
I think it looks like a Halo-
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It looks like they tried to make a Raptor...
Gimme the 300hp Cummins 5.0L V8 in it and you got yourself a deal!
>310 HP 555 LB-FT
Sorry nissan your over a decade behind in the HD world.
After checking google its 15 years behind domestic 3/4 tons. Gtfo nissan shill.
You're the one comparing a 1/2 ton to a class of 3/4 tons.
Tell me about the domestic brand 1/2 ton diesel options again?
>we cant compete in a segment so were going to make a new class.
Nissan seems to do that with pieces of shit.
And yet, you try compare it to 3/4 ton HD trucks?
>equipping a 1/2 ton with heavier duty options that completely outclass the competition and marketing it as such
>a bad thing
And yet Ram persists with a Fiat diesel V6...
The only advantage for automatic trucks is more metro multi drops, or running a fleet driven by ham fisted operators.
I'd prefer a manual in my personal truck all day, every day.
At least we agree on that garbage fiat diesel. But seriously think like an american for a second. That truck starts at 45k base est. You can get every single domestic base 3/4 diesels for less. What american is going to pay more for 40% less power? The only thing thats going to help that truck is the cummins in it, but for 39k you can have a base 2500 ram with an 800 ftlbs cummins. That nissan shitbox is at least 10k too much.
>That truck starts at 45k base est.
>$40 290 msrp with crew cab and Cummins diesel
Let's option a similarly equipped diesel Ram 1500 Tradesman HFE Quad Cab, and watch as it turns out less than $1500 cheaper. Not sure where you get the idea it's "at least 10k too much".
People who need the commercial HD option (or convince themselves they need it) will buy the 3/4 ton competition. This is perfect for those not pulling a 40000 lb goose neck or requiring a 5000lb payload, but still need a tough contractor truck that doesn't drive like a HD truck.
And source to the prices;
I will concede, the Ram price includes dealer delivery charges. But then it's got 3/5ths the powerplant.