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#348 of 411 Re: 2008 nissan frontier crew cab. [nyrgrs61]
Sep 11, 2008 (9:58 am)
Have you tried CarsDirect? They quote a price then give you dealers that will work with you.
Windsor Nissan in Hamilton NJ has a few SE crew cabs with auto, so does Peruzzi Nissan in Fairless Hills Pa. just across from Trenton( talk to George Sweeney Cherry Hill Nissan has a SE crew cab, red with auto and if you don't mind driving or just to get an idea of prices check with Carmax.
#349 of 411 Re: 2008 nissan frontier crew cab. [choochoojohn]
Sep 11, 2008 (11:31 am)
I bought mine a CC SE LWB from Peruzzi 2 months ago. MSRP was 28,535 and I got it for 23,700. Ask for Tim Grey. They have a few there. Good luck.
#350 of 411 Re: 2008 nissan frontier crew cab. [choochoojohn]
Sep 11, 2008 (11:52 am)
See also post 349. it was addressed to me in error.
PS> I just received an email from George Sweeney at Peruzzi stating he still has a few 08 crew avail and is willing to work with you.
#351 of 411 Re: 2008 nissan frontier crew cab. [choochoojohn]
Sep 11, 2008 (12:03 pm)
Thanks for the input....I called a few of the dealers mentioned, and they said that the 5000.00 Nissan to dealer rebate was only good in Aug. The only discount they are giving is the 2500.00. Basically, they want to give me the Crewcab 4X4 for 26800.00 less 2500.00 then add the tax etc. That is too high considering the deals posted on this Blog. I am going to try Peruzzi Now and see what they can do. Thanks again......
#352 of 411 2002 Frontier XE 2.4
Sep 11, 2008 (6:56 pm)
I am looking at buying a 4-banger frontier. There's a black 2002 in my area with 70,000 miles for $8,400. First, is this a good deal for this particular truck? Also, is there any common problems for this model I should look for on the test drive? I know there was something with belts squeaking, but anything else I should look/listen/smell for?
#353 of 411 Re: 2008 CC 4x2 SE Purchased [marcogallo1986]
Sep 12, 2008 (8:52 am)
Got the short bed since long will not fit in my meager garage with the door down. CC = 4 doors in case you are not aware.
#354 of 411 Re: 2002 Frontier XE 2.4 [mdawg25]
Sep 12, 2008 (9:36 am)
"Deal" is a relative term. Have you checked out prices on cars.com for prices on similar vehicles in your area or within 250 miles? When I looked at 02's w/ 2.4L the prices are all over the map, but in a general sense 8400 seems very high IMHO, but that may not be so in your area. For instance in my area a dealer named Cars Plus located in listing a 2002 2.4L 2002 Nissan Frontier XE King Cab - $6,900, but the KKB trade-in value [www.kbb.com] is $4700 if in excellent condition in my neck of the woods. I guarantee he has a markup of at least 2k, if not 2.5k. Knowing that going in I might initially offer $5000 and set my limit at say $5500. You have to be prepared to WALK AWAY from any deal and remember, if you don't ask, I guarantee you will not receive.
#355 of 411 Re: 2002 Frontier XE 2.4 [smpathy01se]
Sep 12, 2008 (7:59 pm)
That seems to be the going rate for these around here. It has fairl low miles (for this old) and it's from a dealer, so it'll be naturally higher. It's actually the lowest priced Frontier on cars.com. I was asking the first question more from a reliability standpoint. Do you know of any common problems I should look for on a test drive or what tends to go first on these trucks?
#356 of 411 Re: 2008 CC 4x2 SE Purchased [smpathy01se]
Sep 21, 2008 (1:46 pm)
hey thankyou so mutch for responding to my posting. sorry about that yea you said cc sorry it is a good truck and nissans are grate cars and trucks not just saying that so how do you like it so far and does the bed hold alot of stuff just wondering. thanks so mutch for reading marco.
#357 of 411 Re: 2002 Frontier XE 2.4 [mdawg25]
Sep 26, 2008 (5:37 am)
I don't know anything to look for. I haven't owned a 2.4L nissan based truck since a 94 Hardbody I sold 2 years later (1996) and even then that engine was considered to be rock solid, but underpowered.