By Andy Lightbody; AmmoLand Auto Editor
Grand Junction, Co. –-(Ammoland.com)- Having just finished on/off-road test driving and evaluating the venerable, but “dated” 2015 models of the Nissan Titan and Frontier trucks, I have a lot of mixed-emotions with the fact that the 2016-2017 versions are going to be everything from “new and improved,” to radically different.
Put into perspective from the view of the sportsman, both have filled a need for quality trucks for outdoor adventures for a lot of years. The full-size Titan has been around for over a decade, virtually unchanged.
The smaller, mid-size Frontier got some sheet-metal face lifting a few years back, but has also not changed very much since 2005. By comparison, many of the other maker auto companies and their offerings continue with new models, upgrades, new engines, transmissions, interiors …read more