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It's been a great ride for thirteen year's and three Titan's later. I will continue to remain loyal to the best half ton truck on the market IMO. I switched gears drastically, despite many month's of soul searching my decision and really wanting to stay in a Titan. I waited since 2010 for a "diesel Titan". Sadly, I couldn't justify entering into the "tweener market" with the XD diesel based off cost, HP/TQ and reliability issues. ::crying:: I'll still be here lurking, still trying to sell off some Titan parts too. I want to thank you all for the pleasurable experience, the shared knowledge and passion for our trucks. This site and it's member's are truly an asset to the Nissan Titan Community!! Best regards, Paul. PS: here's a pic of my new 2017 GMC Denali w/L5P DMax.
 

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Hey we'll miss seeing you posting up on here - and you don't need to have a Titan to post here :)
 

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The Denali line are beautiful vehicles. I would love to have one if my pockets were deep enough. Your new truck looks amazing, have fun with it.
 

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Congrats again! It's weird being in a different brand truck but sheesh I've been missing out on these new 3/4 diesels.
 

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Congrats again! It's weird being in a different brand truck but sheesh I've been missing out on these new 3/4 diesels.
Thanks. It's certainly different though using a 3/4 ton diesel as your DD. I have an 07 Dmax, but used it strictly for towing. These new trucks have come a long way in regards to ride/creature comforts etc. I do miss the "sportiness" of the Titan in town and when it comes to parking in tight spots. I'm pleasantly surprised at my fuel mileage, averaging 16.7 mpg's combo all while having 440hp/910tq under the hood. :big_grin:
 

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925LB FT over here ;)
 

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Wow. That's a beauty. Look the other member too rich for my blood. Bet it cost more than my first house. Enjoy.
My 2017 F-350 did NOT cost more than my first house. But my first house was in Houston where the cost of living was a lot lower than most places.

That said, my F-350 was the most expensive vehicle I've bought yet.

I looked at the GMC a couple years ago but I just liked the look of the Superduty better, plus the aluminum body will never rust. The Allison transmission is hard to beat according to my brother (GM transmission technician).
 

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the aluminum body will never rust.

Funny. That's what I said before I played with Range Rovers. "Rust? No. They're aluminium." Then the frames rusted out because only the body skin was aluminum.





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