The next generation Nissan Titan will be coming to New York's Nissan of Manhattan, but you have to be patient. Unfortunately, the arrival of the all new Nissan Titan is going to take a bit longer than expected. Specifically, the Nissan Titan's makeover will be complete and ready for release in 2014.
The end of the year is typically when all the major Japanese automakers release new models. But, after this year's devastating earthquake in Japan, as well as the catastrophic tsunami that followed shortly after have forced the automaker to push back all scheduled plans. One of the many aftereffects is the postponing of the full-sized pickup truck's revitalization, which is now scheduled for debut in 2014.
The Titan is available in regular cab, crew and quad cab variants and will continue its presence on dealer lots, but the revamping scheduled to happen in 2012 will not be seen on dealer lots until late 2013.
"We will come out a little later now," said Nissan executive VP for vehicle planning and program management Andy Palmer at the Los Angeles Auto Show. "I made the decision."1
For now, the Japanese automaker has agreed to move Titan production to Mexico, but is expected to resume production in Japan sometime within the next year.