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2009 Nissan Titan Se on 2040-cars

US $7,000.00
Year:2009 Mileage:63900 Color: Black
Location:

Chambers, Nebraska, United States

Chambers, Nebraska, United States
2009 Nissan Titan SE, US $7,000.00, image 1

EXCELLENT TRUCK, GREAT CONDITION, ALL THE BELLS AND WHISTLES- MINUS LEATHER. AFTERMARKET DVD IN BOTH HEADRESTS WITH REMOTE AND A PAIR OF HEADSETS. NEW REAR TIRES, REPLACED WINDSHIELD DUE TO SMALL CRACK THIS WINTER. ALWAYS USED SYNTHETIC OIL -SERVICE EVERY 5000 MILES. 2 KEYS WITH REMOTES-PLUS A SPARE KEY.

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Mitsubishi and Renault-Nissan expand partnership, US will get new sedan

Tue, 05 Nov 2013 11:27:00 EST

Mitsubishi and Renault-Nissan have just inked an alliance that might, hopefully, reverse the ailing fortunes of the Mitsubishi brand in the US market. The big chunk of news is that Mitsubishi will produce two Renualt-based models for sale in the US market, and that they'll be built at the Renault-Samsung factory in Busan, South Korea.
The plans call for a D-segment sedan to be followed by a C-segment offering. Based on the cars built at the Busan factory, that means Mitsubishi will be getting the SM5 and the SM3, a pair of handsome sedans that are based on Renault-Nissan's D and C platforms, respectively. These same platforms underpin a number of US market Nissans (not to mention a number of cars from Renault), namely the Pathfinder, Maxima, Quest and Murano for the D platform and the last-generation Rogue and Sentra for the C platform.
Besides the sedan production, Nissan and Mitsubishi will be expanding their joint-venture company, NMKV, which produces Kei cars for the Japanese market. A new, all-electric offering will be born from the partnership, likely based on a Kei car platform. The partnership between the three brands will also lead to increased sharing of technology, particularly relating to electric cars.

Renault-Nissan debuts new Common Module Family for future vehicles

Thu, 20 Jun 2013 10:57:00 EST

Platform sharing is nothing new for the 14-year-old Renault-Nissan Alliance, but this partnership is set to introduce new modular platform components that will eventually underpin 11 Renault models and three Nissan vehicles by 2020. Rather than being a typical platform, the Common Module Family (CMF) actually represents five segments of a platform that can be used in various applications, and one of the first vehicles to use this architecture will be the 2014 Nissan Rogue (spy shots of which are shown below) when it arrives "in late 2013."
As pictured in the image above (click to expand), CMF is composed of four chassis component, principally the front underbody, rear underbody, engine bay and cockpit as well as a common electrical system. Besides the next-gen Rogue, future Nissan models to share CMF will include the Qashqai and X-Trail, while Renault models will start using the platform next year on vehicles including the Scénic and Laguna. The CMF architecture is expected to help the Alliance reduce the parts cost of a vehicle by up to 30 percent and reduce the entry cost by up to 40 percent. The official press release with more details about CMF, and what it means for Renault-Nissan, is posted below.

What does a world-class downhill skateboarder drive? Something very cool

Thu, 09 May 2013 16:58:00 EST

Kevin Reimer has an interesting career and a fascinating car. The resident of Vancouver, BC is a professional downhill skateboarder - which we now know is a thing you can be - who sees a lot of commonality between his extreme occupation and his cherry 1991 Nissan Skyline GT-R.
The subjects of the latest Petrolicious joint, Racing Champions, Reimer waxes philosophical about skateboarding and driving down some of the same routes. You'll not be surprised to hear that riding the curves of a mountain slope, be it on a deck or in a bucket seat, both rely on grip and nerve in various measure. Scroll down to see for yourself, and don't miss the rest of our Petrolicious library when you're done.