Well, the Titan is extremely rare here in Europe... The Tundra has become a bit more common in Germany and the Netherlands over the past few years, however they're still far from common. A Liechtenstein-registered Tundra would be an absolutely magnificent spot here nonetheless :)
Thank you. In Europe, pick-up trucks are often used for commercial/utility purposes, and even then, we tend to get smaller pick-up trucks such as the Ford Ranger, Mitsubishi L200, Nissan Navara, VW Amorak etc., which are better suited for the smaller roads of Europe. People who do want to import pick-ups from the US, will generally opt for ones which are famous for being all 'American' pick-ups, like the Rams and F-series trucks, not considering the offerings from the Japanese manufacturers (even if they are built in the states too). I have seen a few Tundras in the UK, though they were imported and owned by US Army/Air Force Personnel, stationed in the UK. And no problem! :)
Wow, Certainly a great spot then! I Travelled to Europe for approximately 6 months a couple years ago and the lack of large pickup trucks was certainly noteworthy. Although I did see a few F Series Fords and Dodge Rams, the Japanese trucks (Tundras and Titans in particular) seemed elusive. I did however eventually see a Toyota Tundra registered in Liechtenstein of all places. Wish I would have captured a picture.Thanks for the info!
American pick-ups are generally quite a popular import to the UK, having seen literally hundreds of F-150's and Dodge RAM's (despite the LHD - RHD thing), but this is the first Nissan Titan i have ever seen here. There are no official figures, but i'm guessing that there are less than 10 of these Titans in the UK.