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Speaking of Nissan Titans
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I wonder if the new Titan is going to be in the 50K$ range like Ford and Chevy?

I've got 290K miles on my Tacoma, pulling small tractors, equipment and trailers all over NC Ok. It still doesn't use any oil, but honestly, its too small of a truck to be pulling a 5000 lb load on the road.

I'd sure like to see them make a mid sized truck with a diesel that is affordable.
 

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I wonder if the new Titan is going to be in the 50K$ range like Ford and Chevy?

I've got 290K miles on my Tacoma, pulling small tractors, equipment and trailers all over NC Ok. It still doesn't use any oil, but honestly, its too small of a truck to be pulling a 5000 lb load on the road.

I'd sure like to see them make a mid sized truck with a diesel that is affordable.

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The new Ram 1500 with the diesel is supposed to be 240hp/420tq and get >25mpg. I believe it was an established engine over in Europe first so the bugs should be worked out except maybe for some US emissions concerns. It's the same engine they are putting in the Grand Cherokee. The trucks are supposed to start around $30k.

I have a '06 Ram 3500 4x4 with the 5.9L Cummins. It's in great shape with only 125k miles. As much as I want to trade it in on a new one, I'm afraid if I do I'll regret getting rid of my dependable, non-emission 5.9L. I'd like something that rides a little better though and is easier to park. So I'm seriously considering this new Ram 1500 diesel (while keeping my 1 ton).
 
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