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By on December 3, 2015

Brent Hagan Nissan USA Product Planning

You have questions. Brent Hagan has answers. Here is what you wanted to know about the next-generation Nissan Titan, now in XD flavor.

Hit the jump and keep refreshing until we’re done. We are going to pick off the questions one at a time, updating the post as we go.

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By on December 2, 2015

2016 Nissan Titan XD in Arizona

I’m currently putting the Nissan Titan XD through its paces in Arizona. This new truck from Nissan is infinitely interesting to me for a multitude of reasons: mostly its 5-liter ‘Triple Nickel” Cummins V-8 and its no-man’s-land placement in the truck marketplace. However, what might be important to me might not be important to you, and vice versa, so we are going to do a Q&A before our review.

Tomorrow morning we will have Nissan Titan product planning manager Brent Hagan here on TTAC to answer any questions you send our way.

Hit the comments below and submit your questions. We are going to try to do a live-blog-style solution tomorrow, but we might not have time to implement it. If we don’t get it sorted in time, we will use the questions you submit on this post to answer as many as we can starting at 9:30 a.m. ET tomorrow.

Note: We definitely won’t have live blogging. If you have questions, make sure to post them here before tomorrow morning. 

By on September 18, 2015

Rear shot LSPR

Andrew Comrie-Picard, also known simply as ACP, is a rally champion and team owner, stunt driver, TV host, former Pikes Peak International Hillclimb record holder and BFGoodrich tire spokesman.

We asked him about his experience in rally, how he sets up cars and how it pertains to road cars. (Read More…)

By on October 14, 2010

When the whole “acceler-gate” scandal broke out, there were, pretty much, two reactions.

1. OH MY GOD!!!!!! STOP DRIVING YOUR TOYOTAS!!!!!! WE’RE ALL GOING TO DIE!!!!!!!!

And 2. Witch-hunt. Witch-hunt. Witch-hunt!

Well, irrespective of who was right, an investigation of the whole affair needed to happen. The US government did an investigation of their own and didn’t like the results. But Toyota also did an investigation of its own. They found something. (Read More…)

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