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#229 of 828 Re: Nissan Titan LE 4x4 [foureyes3]
Dec 09, 2004 (9:12 am)
Brian, here is what's available at a very aggressive price dealership in the DC area (but it may not be an accurate indication of what's going on in your market area):
50 STATE EMISSIONS
MOBILE ENTERTAINEMENT SYSTEM
SIDE AIRBAG PACKAGE
Internet Price : $31,655
It seems to have most, if not all, of what your truck has, so let the above #s be a guide. This is a real deal, not a phony price. Good luck, and bargain hard! The deals are out there!!
#230 of 828 Buying in the Chicago, IL area?
Dec 09, 2004 (1:12 pm)
I am in the southern suburbs of Chicago and I'm looking for a quality dealer to go through. Has anyone purchased a new '05 model in this area? Was the dealer willing to negotiate a competitive price? I am looking at an SE crew cab, 4wd, pop. package w/ power buckets, big tow package, off-road package, and utility bed options. Has anyone gotten below invoice on a truck like this? Thanks to anyone that can answer my questions, it is very much appreciated.
#231 of 828 2004 Titan 4x2 LE Price
Dec 13, 2004 (2:51 pm)
Have 2 deals possible:
(1) Smoke LE with DVD, Tow Package MSRP $35290 for $29300;
(2) Black LE with above plus Navigation and Sunroof. MSRP of $38-plus. No firm price, but was told they would go $6K off with all rebates applied.
Should I keep working it or pull the trigger on one of these? From the posts it looks like a spread of from $5500 to $7000 in discounts. Thanks,
#232 of 828 Re: 2004 Titan 4x2 LE Price [taylor35]
Dec 13, 2004 (6:54 pm)
Are these crew cabs? The second one sounded like a better deal if it is a crew cab. Todd, I think you need to get the final numbers on the deals. They could easily change after you decide to purchase. I would take the second deal if it is a crew cab. Did you fish around to get more than one dealer to bid for your business? Competition always works to the consumers' advantage. I do think you could do better like about 31500 for the number two deal. That is just my opinion. I decided to wait till the discounts kicked in for the trucks. It definitely saved an extra 6 or 7 grand.
#233 of 828 2005 nissan titan
Dec 13, 2004 (7:33 pm)
Does anyone have an idea when there will be incentives and rebates on the 2005's and what they may be?
Dec 14, 2004 (9:20 am)
Anyone leased a Titan in the last month with the current deals? What kind of deals can you strike right now? monthly payment, downpayment, etc.
Maybe you just buy this truck but what kind of resale values and build quality are we looking at on this truck? I have a 2001 Chevrolet Z71 extended cab LT and I love it, but it needs a few grand worth of work. So, I am considering trading in and getting another truck. I looked at the new Chevy Crew Cabs and like them alot but have heard better things about the Titan in Edmunds, Road and Track, and Car and Driver. The reviewers don't really seem to like the Chevys too much.
What do y'all think on these items?
#235 of 828 Re: 2004 Titan 4x2 LE Price [foureyes3]
Dec 14, 2004 (11:41 am)
They are both crew cabs and I am leaning to the second deal as well but that dealership seems less reputable and is harder to get to deal over the phone - they want you to come in before they will talk seriously and that is why I am iffy on their "offer". Thanks for your input.
#236 of 828 Re: 2005 nissan titan [hogan3]
Dec 14, 2004 (7:39 pm)
There is a 1500 dollar rebate last time I checked on the 05 model. I don't know if it has changed at all.
#237 of 828 Re: Buying in the Chicago, IL area? [2gen454]
Dec 15, 2004 (9:34 pm)
I recommend Continental Nissan in Countryside, IL. It's a few minutes off the interchange of I-55 and I-294. I bought an '02 Frontier and an '04 Quest minivan through them and they were the 2 easiest car deals I've ever done. Ask for the internet manager (the forum rules say I can't give his name). I live in the NW Suburbs of Chicago with 2 dealers very close to me and after shopping around, it was worth the 30 minute drive to this dealer. On my truck, they even dealer traded a higher end model to get me the exact one I wanted without any question. They asked me what I wanted and went and got it. Good luck with your shopping.
#238 of 828 Re: Price Paid [foureyes3]
Dec 16, 2004 (6:34 pm)
04 titan LE crew cab with big tow, side airbags, splash guards,floor mats and bed extender.I paid $30.500.00 out the door. viper....