Like a rear axle that doesn't fail? :teethmasttnbowhunter said:The only thing that worries me is this statement....................Nissan is interested in Chrysler's expertise in full-size truck manufacturing,
I think Chrysler stands to learn more than Nissan. But like they say.....two heads are better than one. Maybe they could take the strong points of the Ram and incorporate them into a new Titan. [Can you say Diesel?]
Thus why they have the Mega Cab 1500...HudsonValleyTitan said:I'd definitely look at a Ram if it had the Titans rear seat room and its' engine and tranny. If Nissan has to buddy up with a domestic maker, Chrysler would be my choice. I've always liked the Rams looks but the back seat is meant to haul 2 midgets, the pushrod engine is lacking, and the tranny is awful.