Performax International’s Nissan Titan XD debuts

Cummins-powered Titan ute arrives in Brisbane.

Nissan Titan XD

NISSAN’s Titan XD, engineered by Performax International, will debut this week at the Queensland Caravan Camping & Touring Supershow in Brisbane.

The ute, powered by a 5.0-litre Cummins turbo-diesel V8, is capable of generating 235kW and 752Nm. This, in conjunction with an Aisin six-speed automatic ’box and dual-range, on-demand 4WD, means the Titan can carry a 900kg payload and tow up to 5200kg.

A 2.0m x 1.62m tray sits on a fully-boxed ladder chassis and hosts a 120V power outlet and overhead light. Other features include in-board Titan boxes, a Utili Track tie-down system and an under-rail cargo bed.

Nissan Titan XD
A 20-inch wheel and tyre combo, as well as underbody protection, hill-start assist, tyre-pressure monitoring, vehicle dynamic control and trailer-sway control makes the Titan off-road capable.

The Queensland Caravan Camping & Touring Supershow will run from June 7 to June 12 at the Brisbane Showgrounds.

A top-of-the-range Titan XD Platinum Reserve crew-cab (priced from $139,000) will headline the Performax stand. Performax will also take orders for the full range of diesel Titans starting with the $105,000 single-cab.

According to Performax International: “Right-hand drive Performax vehicles are converted at the company's Gympie, Queensland, factory to ISO 9001 Quality Assurance and ISO/TS 16949 Automotive Quality Management standards and meet Australian Design Rules.”

The latest Chevrolet Silverado, as well as a pre-production, aluminium-bodied F-250 Super Duty, will also feature on the Performax International display.

 

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