This is a discussion on F150 ecoboost v nissan titan diesel within the F150 Ecoboost Chat forums, part of the F150 Ecoboost Forum category; I wondered about that. I mean "on paper" I just couldn't figure out what Nissan was thinking! That truck should have been the unicorn truck ...
I wondered about that.
I mean "on paper" I just couldn't figure out what Nissan was thinking!
That truck should have been the unicorn truck that fit right where you describe it. But those OFFICIAL numbers are head scratching.
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The official numbers on paper are without a doubt part of their marketing scheme. I also read that Nissan wasn’t trying to step on the toes of the big 3 and get dragged into the heavy duty war. With the way the suspension and drive train is setup, there’s no doubt in my mind the Titan XD is more of a HD truck vs a half ton. Just drive one, you’ll feel it instantly. It drives just like a HD and handles like one.
I would say the same thing about an F250 Powerstroke too. The diesel adds a stupid amount of weight and the payload suffers.
If you are suggesting to overload the truck because its overbuilt, well, go for it. I don't think anyone else here is gunna suggest doing that.
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I understand the spec ratings on paper. But in reality, I’m not seeing this truck react to weight like a truck with a 1700 pound payload should.
I’m not suggesting anyone do anything. I’m just pointing out the facts.
But hell, on the farm, everything gets overloaded around here. Can’t be scared.