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New Nissan TITAN XD Wins “2015 Truck of Texas” Award

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2016 Nissan TITAN XD

It seems that Nissan’s new TITAN XD truck has been a big hit in Texas. Less than a month after the company showed off the TITAN XD’s capabilities at the State Fair of Texas, the TITAN is again making news in Texas, this time at the Texas Auto Writer Association’s 2015 Texas Truck Rodeo, where the TITAN XD won the prestigious “Truck of Texas” award, as well as three other awards: Luxury Pickup Truck of Texas, Off-Road Pickup of Texas, and Best Powertrain for the TITAN’s standard 5.0-liter Cummins® V8 Turbo Diesel engine.

Nissan’s all-new Murano also won an award, and was named Mid-Size CUV of Texas.

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All-new Nissan TITAN XD wins prestigious “2015 Truck of Texas” award

From left to right: Fabian Campos, TAWA Treasurer; Derek Price, TAWA Director at Large; Tabatha Chovanetz, TAWA Director at Large; Steve Wheeler, TAWA Secretary; Steve Parrett, Nissan Communications; Fred Diaz, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing and Operations, U.S.A., Nissan North America, Inc.; Michael Marrs, TAWA President; Wendy Orthman, Nissan Communications; Nic Phillips, TAWA Vice President-Events; and Jo Ann Holt-Caussey, TAWA Vice President-Communications

The Texas Truck Rodeo runs the industry’s best trucks, SUVs, and CUVs through a rough-and-tumble two-day evaluation at Knibbe Ranch in Spring Brand, Texas. Nissan is understandably thrilled.

“Of the hundreds of thousands of miles driven during the development of the all-new 2016 TITAN XD, the miles driven by the truck experts of the Texas Auto Writers Association were the most critical miles driven to date as we prepare to launch our new truck,” said Fred Diaz, senior vice president, Sales & Marketing and Operations, U.S.A., Nissan North America, Inc.

The TITAN XD is set to be released in December with a choice of five grade levels, three cabs, two frame sizes, and three powertrains.

Can’t Wait for the 2016 TITAN XD? Why not check out the 2015 Nissan Titan?

  • RoseFlorida

    People I know who own the older Nissan model are wildly enthusiastic about their trucks. I certainly will consider this new diesel – welcome competition.