Posted 9/15/16 | © Photos by Sherri Tilley
With significantly-fresh updates to its already-artful line of trucks and SUVs, Nissan is currently one of the most rapidly-growing brands in the United States. Deeming this the
Year of the Truck, the company's newest products were showcased this week in the beautiful park-like setting of the Fort Worth Cultural District located mere minutes from the bustling downtown. This charming neighborhood is home to art museums, theater venues, entertainment centers, livestock arenas, and much more with over two million visitors flocking to the area each year to see ancient artifacts, modern masterpieces, exciting performances, and cultural exhibits.
Nissan Pathfinder at Casa Manana Theatre
The stylish and adventure-ready 2017 Nissan Pathfinder confidently traverses both town and country with an enhanced set of driving dynamics, new-generation information technology, and an aggressive new exterior profile. Likewise providing an artistic standard of excellence, the historic Casa Manana Theatre has played host since 1958 to a variety of live theater shows and children's productions for the local community and its
future generations of artists and patrons.
Nissan Frontier at Fort Worth Botanic Garden
The sporty Nissan Frontier Pro-4X (shown here with crew cab) boasts a lightweight 4.0-liter V6 engine with 261 horsepower and 281 lb-ft of gritty torque along with Bilstein® off-road performance shock absorbers to comfortably handle steep hills or the towing of perhaps quad runners or a ski boat. A laid-back ride in this groovy little truck wound us right onto the grounds of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, a 110-acre outdoor museum which happens to be the oldest botanic garden in the state of Texas.
Nissan Armada at Will Rogers Memorial Center
With a suite of available safety features and an array of standard features including Nissan Navigation, 13-speaker Bose® audio system,
library level interior quietness, and best-in-class second-row headroom and legroom, the all-new 2017 Nissan Armada has been designed for
full-size family adventures. And one such adventure might easily be the annual Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo which takes place each year at the Art Deco-styled Will Rogers Memorial Center sports and livestock complex.
Nissan TITAN XD Pro4X at Kimbell Art Museum
The 2017 Nissan TITAN XD, dubbed the
every-duty truck, tackles big jobs in a luxurious fashion with features like its Utili-track® Channel System of aluminum-alloy cleats that slide along five different channels for limitless transporting possibilities. And while the vehicle pictured here may not actually be hauling the
Woman Addressing the Public sculpture on display outside the Kimbell Art Museum, the truck can in fact accommodate a 2,590-pound maximum payload with up to 11,260 pounds of towing capacity.
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