• Nissan Warrior Vehicles: Waging war on the automotive world

    Nissan Warrior Vehicles: Waging war on the automotive world

    This TITAN Warrior is all about answering truck enthusiasts needs, wants and desires for a bigger, badder, bolder pickup from the Japanese automaker.

    Nissan’s taken the terms “cool” and “hardcore” to a whole new level with a duo of in-your-face vehicles that were recently unveiled at the 2016 North American International Auto Show and 2016 Montreal International Auto Show respectively.

    The Nissan TITAN Warrior is here to take over the roads

    Let’s start with the Nissan TITAN Warrior pickup seen in Detroit. This thing is masculinity incarnate. Based on the TITAN XD, the Warrior takes things up a few (hundred) notches and will put some hair on your chest just by looking at it.

    Road presence is half the battle when it comes to pickups, and the TITAN Warrior has so much presence and intimidation, it’s almost more than we can take. Come to think of it, there might have been a Ford Raptor cowering in the corner during Nissan’s reveal in Dertroit …

    With a custom grille, carbon fibre bumpers and overfenders, as well as functional hood vents and LED headlights, the Nissan TITAN Warrior looks downright powerful and aggressive head-on. And that power is more than skin deep, with a Cummins 5.0L V8 turbo diesel mill lurking beneath the beefy, muscular hood. Good for 390 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque, the TITAN Warrior is just that; a warrior.

    This TITAN Warrior is all about answering truck enthusiasts needs, wants and desires for a bigger, badder, bolder pickup from the Japanese automaker.

    The Nissan Rogue is made for winter

    However, bigger, badder and bolder isn’t just reserved for pickups. It seems Nissan’s been bitten by the badass bug and have also created a Warrior version of their uber popular Rogue crossover.

    The Nissan Rogue Winter Warrior, first spotted in Montreal at the 2016 MIAS, is possibly one of the coolest winter machines we’ve ever seen. Similar to the Juke Nismo RSnow, this Canadian winter-prepped version of the Rogue truly is equipped to take on the snowpocalypse.

    Teaming up with Motorsports Action from Quebec, Nissan outfitted their Rogue with a Dominator track system (30” high and 48” long) to replace the wheels. To accommodate the triangular tracks and AWD system it works with, Nissan adjusted the suspension, gave the Rogue 23” of ground clearance, and widened the front bumper. The same powerplant, a 2.5L 4-cylinder mill good for 170 horsepower and 175 lb-ft of torque, remains in the Rogue Winter Warrior.

    Has Nissan waged war on the auto industry with these two armored-with-goodies vehicles? Well, it seems so. Would you want to mess with the TITAN Warrior or take on the Rogue Winter Warrior in the snow? We don’t think so.

    To find out more about these beefed up Nissan vehicles, head down to Morrey Nissan of Coquitlam to speak to one of our experts.



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