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Nissan Titan, Truck
#297 of 828 2004 Titan CrewCab LE
Mar 05, 2005 (2:47 pm)
At Irvine Power Nissan, they have two 04 LE Crewcab for $26,800 up for sale. This is brand new '04!
What state do you live in?
Right now, I'm torn between Titan CrewCab, Tundra Double Cab, and Ram1500 Crew Cab. In the LA market, you can get a Ram1500 SLT Crew Cab 4.7 Magnum engine for under $21K. For the price, the Rams win hands down. For fun ride, Titan wins hands down. For quality, Tundar wins hands down. Decision, decision.....
#298 of 828 Re: 2004 Titan CrewCab LE [hvan]
Mar 05, 2005 (4:35 pm)
What state do you live in?
I'm in Florida (Jacksonville).
#299 of 828 Re: one more thing [potto]
Mar 06, 2005 (1:10 pm)
One other question. I went to carsdirect.com and I noticed they reference 2005 Titan SE 4x2 "with FFV". What is FFV? Anyone know?
#300 of 828 Re: one more thing [gturner567]
Mar 07, 2005 (6:56 am)
good question - we're wondering here as well (our dealership) we think it has something to do with emissions (cal emissions, 50 state, etc)
Mar 08, 2005 (1:22 pm)
I JUST BOUGHT A 2005 TITAN SE KING FOR $22,875
WITH TOW PAC , RUNNING BOARDS , RUBBER MATS , BED LINER.
I FEEL THIS WAS A FAIR PRICE FOR A GREAT TRUCK!
#302 of 828 Re: 2005 TITAN SE [capecoralfl]
Mar 08, 2005 (2:20 pm)
Congrats on your ride. Please do not post in ALL CAPS. It is difficult to read and people think you are yelling at them.
#303 of 828 Buying Titan Need Best Price
Mar 13, 2005 (10:46 am)
Looking at buying a Titan soon - 2005 Silver LE Club Cab - with towing. What is price can I expect to pay with cash?
#304 of 828 Rebates vs Financing Option
Mar 13, 2005 (6:01 pm)
I will be in the market to buy Titan in May but if I can get a good deal I will before then.
I was wondering if I want to finance a Titan thru Nissan at 1% if I would have to do so at full MSRP? Would it be worthwhile to finance thru another venue to take advantage of the rebates offers? If so where have you heard is a good place to finance?
So far the best price I am being offered for a 2005 SE CC with:
ROCKFORD FOSGATE PKG W/PWR BENCH
SIDE-AIRBAG PKG W/VDC
UTILITY BED PKG
UNDER SEAT STORAGE BIN
UTILI-TRACK SLIDING BED DIVIDER
is MSRP of $33210 and an internet price of $29166.47. This includes the rebates. Can I do better than this or is that a fair deal? I live in the New Orleans area and we have about 10 dealers in the area.
Dealer says the side air bags are very rare in a Titan CC and they might have to special order the truck. Has anyone else heard this?
I'd be willing to drive to Texas, H-Town or Big-D for a better deal if neccesary.
Thank you for your input.
#305 of 828 Re: Rebates vs Financing Option [si88]
Mar 14, 2005 (1:46 pm)
I think you can get a better deal here in Southern California. Are you willing to travel for a 'good deal'?
#306 of 828 Re: Buying Titan Need Best Price [tester16]
Mar 14, 2005 (1:47 pm)
I think I saw an ad in our local paper, a LE crew cab can be bought for $27,500.