Like the title implies, they upped the game by offering a 9-inch touch screen AVN unit in universal form as well as a few select applications, including late-model GM trucks and F-150s, but only for the lower trim levels on the Fords.
We’ve said it before and it needs to be said again: this thing is a road trip machine. In the time since our last report, we’ve clicked off a majority of the miles on our ’14 Nissan Armada on the open road.
It seems the custom truck–building world has become a little crowded in the past few years. Too often it seems that builds fall into formulaic traps using the same types of parts or the same methods to achieve a similar look.
There are some folks who use their diesel trucks as daily drivers and others who may only use their rigs for occasional trips. Then there’s another segment of diesel enthusiasts: folks who really push their truck to its limit and beyond.