I was looking at the Honda Element the other day and one of the features I like very much about it is the interior. Basically, you can open the doors and just hose the whole interior out - floors, seats, and all. Wouldn't you think this would be a very handy and important feature for a truck? I mean this is a TRUCK after all. People are going to use it in harsh, dusty, muddy, wet conditions. Do we really want to be on the construction site walking around on the dirt covered in dirt and dust and sweat and then hop into a leather upholstered and carpeted ride? What about the offroad people. Do they really want to jump back in their truck after hiking a muddy trail or walking along the wet sand of the beach or whatever? I mean wouldn't it be nice to just jump in and not have to worry about that stuff, and then when you get home just hose it out and not have stress? I'm surprised more trucks don't offer these options. Obviously the reason to exclude such an interior isn't cost-cutting. The Element is less than $20,000 and still includes it. Why doesn't Nissan offer such a thing? It would do a lot of people a lot of good.