• Dave Posted: 4/14/2008 11:41pm PDT

    Drive a 5.6L Endurance and be a believer.

  • Greg Rohloff Posted: 4/14/2008 11:57pm PDT

    A Nissan-produced small car would be a great improvement over the Daimler plan of badging Chinese cars as Dodges. Not that with proper controls, the Chinese car could not have been competitive, but look what the Chinese did with toothpaste and kids toys.

  • Grglend Posted: 4/15/2008 12:06am PDT

    I think it would help Chrysler out.

  • Jeff Posted: 4/15/2008 10:08am PDT

    That'd be too bad if the Armada died. In the realm of full-size SUVs, it's one of the sportier choices, if such can be said for such a large vehicle. Any blending of these two companies is only going to improve Chrysler's lineup at the expense of Nissan's. Looking across the portfolio, there's not a single Chrysler that bests the comparable Nissan. I'd even prefer the Xterra to the Wrangler for off-road duties. Chrysler has nothing going for it these days (sub-standard quality, horrible interiors, and even their once-excellent exterior designs are falling short). This is a good deal for Chrysler, but what is Nissan thinking???

  • Wayne K Posted: 4/15/2008 10:24am PDT

    I think that Chrysler really gets the better end of this deal, for the most part. Nissan benefits slightly because they don't have to have the factory to build the truck and can focus on their new found love of commercial trucks.

    Now the Nissan 5.6L V8 is one hell of an engine, and I wonder if they will still put that engine in the Chrysler sourced truck??? It's a shame if they don't.....

  • Cyrus EM Posted: 4/15/2008 12:18pm PDT

    This is a perfect fit for Renault-Nissan ONLY if they take control of Chrysler. Anything less is a loss for Nissan. They have a good product, no reason to dive into the Mopar bin.

  • Ed Posted: 4/15/2008 12:26pm PDT

    Just perfect. As if the failed Titan and Armada were not enough huge stones hung on Nissan's collective neck, they are looking for MORE?

    Instead of focusing at the HIGH MPG Vehicles the people NEED AND WANT, in this 10-year low auto market in the US in 2008?

    Imbeciles part XViii?

  • JAMES T. Posted: 4/25/2008 10:15pm PDT

    This is a DARK DAY for Titan owners. We waited patiently for Nissan to build a full-size truck. We sat idle while Toyota and Honda embarressed the pro-jap consumers with the toys they called full size trucks. Then when we finally get the Titan, fall in love, and develop what could have been the domination of the full size truck market, they rip it out from under our feet. What the heck does Nissan think they will gain by switching us to Dodge (the lowest quality truck on the market). The answer is simple. LOSS OF NISSAN CUSTOMERS. I and many that walk the same path will eventually say the same thing. THIS IS A DARK DAY. I may only be one. But Nissan lost me today!!!

  • gary Posted: 12/8/2008 2:04am PST

    Want a smalll truck go to Nissan. Want a real truck go to dodge. How could quality get worse than a failed Titan? Talk to dodge owners qualityn is good

  • Buying Car Lease Posted: 12/17/2008 4:26am PST

    Hope Armadas future and the upcoming Chrysler-badged Nissan will be good.