Now things are starting to get interesting. Pretty much all cars from here on in are going to be current models likely to be seen driving around.
2003 Nissan Titan. The Titan is of note because it represents the second--and final--Japanese attempt at a full-size truck. The Toyota T100/Tundra was first time one the "Big Three" had been challenged, bringing a Japanese offering to the table. The Titan upped the ante, offering a 5.6L V8 engine with more towing capacity than the Tundra at the time.
Unfortunately, since 2003 we haven't seen any new, larger trucks from any of the other Japanese/Korean manufacturers. The emerging competition from Toyota and Nissan brought GM/Ford/Dodge kicking and screaming to the future; with the increased options for American consumers, the American trucks had to not only improve reliability but also offer more amenities and creature comforts.
In 2007, when we were in the market for a full-size truck, we looked into the Titan along with the Tundra. While the Titan had a lot to offer, it was also priced accordingly (as was the Tundra, which had been updated for the 2007 model year). Ford and Dodge were far more affordable, and it was the better deal from Dodge that wound up getting us the Earthf**ker.
As nice as the Tundra and Titan are/were, they weren't *that* much better...
That is all.