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just out of general curiosity, how many titans have been built since its inception in 2004? im guessing roughly 350,000??
 

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Man that seems high to me. I would like to know the answer too. I usually feel like the Titan is like a custom or boutique vehicle because the volumes see so low. Like each one is custom built for us by loving, caring craftsmen who take exceptional pride in their accomplishments.
 

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The numbers might not be exact but this is what I found combining multiple websites.

2004 - 85,920 units
2005 - 86,945 units
2006 - 72,192 units
2007 - 65,746 units
2008 - 34,053 units
2009 - 19,042 units
2010 - 23,416 units
 

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Yea about 380,000 plus whatever they've sold this year. I think different areas have bigger influxes of Titans then others, in OH I would see one or two Titans a day, I live just north of Baltimore now, and I saw five Titans this morning just driving a mile to the store.
 

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Yeah im definitely starting to see more and more titans in my city.
 

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The numbers might not be exact but this is what I found combining multiple websites.

2004 - 85,920 units
2005 - 86,945 units
2006 - 72,192 units
2007 - 65,746 units
2008 - 34,053 units
2009 - 19,042 units
2010 - 23,416 units
Nice work scan99:) I am surprised but kind of illuminating to see the numbers drop consistently.
 

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Yeah those numbers aren't going to pick up again until they come out with a redesign. I'll give it to Nissan though their target was 100,000 trucks per year and they haven't given the brand the axe with such low sales numbers for the last 3 years.
 

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If you look at the numbers there's a strong correlation also to $3+ gasoline and the crashing of the economy. You can see the bottom drops out in 2008.
 

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If you look at the numbers there's a strong correlation also to $3+ gasoline and the crashing of the economy. You can see the bottom drops out in 2008.
That is absolutely true all truck sales were down even the mighty Ford took a huge hit. I'm just surprised Nissan can keep the brand alive when they are probably losing money on the truck. If they are selling 25% of their target where is the money coming from to keep the brand alive? Plan "A" was go to Mexico and let Dodge build the truck. Plan "B" must be rob Peter to pay Paul.
 

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Yea about 380,000 plus whatever they've sold this year. I think different areas have bigger influxes of Titans then others, in OH I would see one or two Titans a day, I live just north of Baltimore now, and I saw five Titans this morning just driving a mile to the store.
I could have been one of those 5 today as I went to the Timonium Fairground for the bike show. I also saw more than a few Titans, but the best thing I saw was a real nice '65 dark blue Malibu 2dr hardtop at a gas station with the original owner filling it up.
 
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