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Old 08-21-2013, 06:06 AM
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Nissan Titan to get Cummins 5.0L diesel

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what do you guys think?
Next Nissan Titan will get turbocharged diesel V8 from Cummins - Autoblog

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Old 08-21-2013, 06:15 AM
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Wow I am impressed
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sounds like nissan is done playing around!
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Sounds like Nissan will have a ba light duty diesel truck. Not sure why you need a diesel in a light duty truck though.
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Cause it would be sick how my ecoboost f 150 do u see towing campers a lot if Nissan did this the would take the industry by storm
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Thats going to be an awesome truck. The current Titan is really no slouch either.
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A 5.0 diesel in a 5500lb truck sounds like a rocket on wheels.
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I'd be interested to see how it rides as what transmission they are going to offer. If there's an Allison or manual option I might trade my 6.0 in.


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You won't see an Allison behind it, but Nissan's transmission - at least the one behind the Current Titan - isn't an unreliable unit. I remember reading something awhile back when I had a half ton that the current trans had very little loss in it, especially when compared to the other auto's available at the time.

What they really need to make sure of, is they beef up the rear axle and ditch the current offering.
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Xdp also just posted this info on Facebook
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