Thursday on KFYO Mornings with Dave King and Matt Martin, The Car Pro Jerry Reynolds joined Dave and Matt to talk about his test drive of the week, the new Hummers, as well as other auto industry news.

This week The Car Pro was test driving the 2021 Nissan Titan Pro-4X, Nissan's entry level truck assuming that they intend to compete with other 4Xs. Jerry said that he didn't get to test drive the 2020 model of this truck, but that Nissan made big changes for 2021. The truck has pretty wheels with big tires, has a nice interior, and drives and rides very well. Jerry also explained that he wasn't a huge fan of this car in the past, and the big reason for that was that the resale value on them was very poor. However, Jerry thinks that this time it may turn around if Nissan is able to sell a whole bunch of them. Despite this, Jerry said that it wouldn't be a problem if you are the type of person to hold onto their car for a while. The truck also comes with only 1 version of the engine that gets 400 horses, has a 9 speed automatic transition, and can tow 10,800 lbs., which is not a ton compared to similar trucks. Taking all of that into account, Reynolds said that if you're looking to tow, this truck probably isn't for you, but if you want a nice drive and ride, and you intend to keep it for a while, this could work. The truck has a window sticker price of $60,600, and with the rebates if has, you'll save a decent amount of money.

The Car Pro also talked about some stories on his website, including an update on the state of the car industry during COVID, the new Hummers, a report from State Farm on car-animal crashes, the new Volkswagen SUV coming out, and a story on the 3rd quarter profits from automakers, which Reynolds said is projected to be huge.


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