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    Nissan Titan XD Heads Down Under


    • Australians will soon be able to purchase a Titan XD

    The Nissan Titan XD is heading down to Australia. No, Nissan isn't importing into the country. Instead, Australian conversion specialist and importer Performax International will be bringing the truck to Australia.

    Performax will be offering the Titan XD in a regular or crew cab with prices ranging from $105,000 to $139,000 AUD ($79,119.89 to $104,739.66). A large chunk of the cost comes from the company converting the truck from left-hand to right-hand drive. The only engine Performax will offer is the 5.0L Cummins turbodiesel V8 with 310 horsepower and 555 pound-feet of torque. Servicing can be done at various service centers around Australia.

    Performax has a history of converting vehicles to RHD. Currently, the company offers conversions of the Chevrolet Camaro, Corvette, Silverado HD, GMC Sierra HD, Ford's F-Series trucks, and Toyota Tundra.

    Source: CarAdvice, Motoring
    Pic Credit: Performax



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    Weird, these have got to be some of the worst trucks around and I just cannot see why anyone would spend the crazy increase in money to import it, convert it and then buy. PASS!

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    4 hours ago, dfelt said:

    Weird, these have got to be some of the worst trucks around and I just cannot see why anyone would spend the crazy increase in money to import it, convert it and then buy. PASS!

    They could call it the out back... because it really does look like ass.

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    These things are already overpriced on the American market.

    In Australia, this is going to be the worst value proposition since that ocean front property in Montana that guy tried to sell you once.

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    Way too much money.  And why didn't Nissan just engineer the Titan for left and right hand drive like most cars are.  It isn't that hard, then they could sell them more places.  The Frontier I assume is both left and right hand drive, terrible mistake by Nissan if it isn't.

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