About Us

Welcome to CNTC – the Canadian Nissan Truck Club

CNTC is a group of Nissan truck enthusiasts made up of Xterra, Pathfinder, Frontier and Titan owners numbering in the hundreds. This group is also complimented by a number non-Nissan truck enthusiasts. Members of CNTC come from diverse backgrounds and of all ages.

Geographically, CNTC is based out of south-western Ontario (where most members also reside), however members span coast to coast in Canada as well as south of the border in the United States. The common thread that binds us is a passion for our trucks and the adventures, both on and off the road.

CNTC has evolved into a socially active, family friendly, and environmentally conscious group whose goals are to promote camaraderie, helpfulness, and responsible positive action.

History of CNTC

The Canadian Nissan Truck Club (CNTC) was originally formed in 2000 by a couple of Xterra owners with similar interests. Originally CNTC was founded as The Southern Ontario Xterra Club (SOXC) and was made up of exclusively Xterra owners. Over time, as SOXC grew, other Nissan truck owners (and non-Nissan truck owners as well) began to also join and take part in SOXC. This growth and change migrated to a change from SOXC to The Nissan Truck Club (NTC.) However, after a short time it was decided that NTC should reflect the fact that it is Canadian based, hence CNTC was the next logical progression. So, here we are – welcome to our little corner of the virtual world.

Events and Activities

Members of CNTC have many similar interests including a variety of outdoor activities, meets, community and charity work, environmental and trail cleanups, and many other activities that result in a well rounded club. We capitalize on the fact that we have a large member base and use that to serve the greater good and make a positive impact, when opportunities arise to do so.

Regularly held events include:

  • Coffee meets
  • Movie nights
  • Dinners
  • Offroading including “Rookie Runs”
  • Camping, kayaking, hiking and other outdoor activities
  • Trail cleanups and community cleanups (city parks etc)
  • Charitable causes such as food drives and “Santa” deliveries
  • Annual Christmas Party
  • Annual Adventure Weekend
  • Mod and maintenance days

If you are interested in knowing more and/or joining the CNTC, please click here for more information on how to become a member.

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