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Nissan Titan, Truck
#413 of 828 Re: hey keith! [titaneese]
Apr 20, 2005 (8:57 pm)
Just a thought, check out CarsDirect.com
2005 Nissan Titan 4x2 King Cab XE
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MSRP Price: $23,470
Invoice Price: $21,280
CarsDirect Price: $19,405
Pricing as of 04/20/05 in zip code 95355
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Engine: 5.6L V8 DOHC SMPI
8-cylinder engine with 5.6-liter displacement, dual overhead cam valvetrain, sequential multi-port injection
Transmission: 5 Speed IK Automatic
XE Preferred Package
Side-Air Bag Package
Wheels and Tires
Tires: P245/75R17 BSW
Heavy Duty tires with 245mm width, 17.0" rim
Wheels: 17 in. x 7.5J Styled Steel
Seats and Seat Trim
40/20/40 Front Split Bench Seat
XE-Type Cloth Seat Surface
Radio: AM/FM/CD-1 (2 Din)
Radio: Mid-Grade Audio w/6-Disc CD
XM Satellite Radio
SIRIUS Satellite Radio
2.937 Axle Ratio
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: 6,486 lbs
Monotone Paint Application
Non-Sliding Bed Extender
Under Seat Storage Bin
50 State Emissions
Manufacturer's Destination Charge
Option prices are for manufacturer-installed options and may vary for dealer-installed options.
#414 of 828 Re: Any word on this months incentives, rebate/financing? [si88]
Apr 21, 2005 (8:57 pm)
I just bought a titan at Earnhart's in Mesa AZ . It was advertised for $16999. They charged an extra $295 for the title work and tried to get me to get the $200 VTR (Vehicle Theft registration). Total price out the door tax, tag and registration was $19015. The list
was 23800 so that's about $6500 off list. They had 3 or 4 at this price in various colors.
Apr 22, 2005 (12:06 pm)
Thanks to everyone and the information on this website. I am looking to buy a titan, most likely a SE with off road and bedliner. My wife through her company gets a deal with nissan for invoice - 3%. Is it worth trying to negotiate or should I just go with it and enjoy the no haggle factor?
#416 of 828 Re: Company Deal [titanenvy]
Apr 22, 2005 (12:38 pm)
enjoy the no haggle factor - vpp pricing is already into holdback - if you haggle, maybe you save another 200 bucks. (maybe). if you are happy with the price - take it and keep the stuff no one likes to deal with out of it
#417 of 828 Good price! Right?
Apr 25, 2005 (6:52 pm)
Did I get a great deal or is this about average?
Titan LE Crew
"Out the Door" after Title, Tax (VA 3%), and Fees =
#418 of 828 Re: Good price! Right? [swoolio]
Apr 26, 2005 (4:36 am)
is this an 04 or 05?
#419 of 828 Re: Good price! Right? [swoolio]
Apr 26, 2005 (8:15 am)
You can get that price at carmax fairly easily. I think you got a good deal, perhaps not a great deal. You need to provide more detail - like year, all the options, etc. Pretty hard to judge just based on MSRP, but iIf you're happy though, you got a great deal!
I would've pounced on a titan by now but the bed is just too small. Another foot or so and I'd give up my superduty. Does anyone know if they will ever build a Titan with a bigger bed? I wonder if other potential customers beef about this.
I also wish I could find a thenebean around these parts. Sounds like someone it would be joy to do business with!
#420 of 828 Re: Good price! Right? [jhs70]
Apr 26, 2005 (10:05 am)
thanks for the kind words! im sure there are some really nice people around your neck of the woods (wherever that may be). i suggest trying a local family owned dealership, instead of a really huge mega dealer. you tend to find some nice people there! you may not get the lowest price ever known to man, but you'll get a great buying experience and great service. after all, a deal isn't done once you sign the paperwork - its about how you are treated after the sale as well! get to know some of your local dealers, and you'll find that they'll bend over backwards to help someone who is loyal to them! (loyalty is tough in this day and age!)
as far as a longer truck bed on the Titan - it could be possible, though i haven't heard of anything positive yet. i do know that when nissan released the titan, they wanted to get the most popular configurations out to the public, with the possiblity of more configurations down the road, depending on how they do. it may be a few years before you see anything different (maybe the next redesign). the king cab has a pretty long bed...plus with the bed extender, it would help!
#421 of 828 Re: Good price! Right? [thenebean]
Apr 27, 2005 (8:19 am)
You are welcome. (I'm in Northern VA).
Yes, I think I read somewhere also that they might configure a longer bed. The bed on my truck is 8' and it's big enough for all my needs. I just can't be bothered by those smaller beds. There's nothing worse than trying to cram a load of something into a bed that's too small and then you have to tie it down or cover it up or whatever. I don't care for bed extenders. Had one on a 150 and it was just plain silly.
My perfect Titan would be a CC with at least the 6.5 ft bed. Maybe if I start softening up the Mrs now, she won't beef too much by the time Nissan comes out with it!! You think? By the way, I understand you're from CT -- where 'bouts? My wife is from Stratford. Maybe you can't say on this board ..... I can understand.
My last two purchases were not from the family owned stores, but I did find a pretty comfortable arrangement with a mega dealer. In fact, when I took by beast in for servicing just a couple of weeks ago, I went into the showroom just to sniff around. The guy that sold me the truck was there. I recognized him straight away (not so hard to do!). But he blew me away when he came up to me and said "good morning mr. XXX". That just wiped me out. How did he remember my name????? Hadn't seen him in a year! My cynical side thought maybe they get a list of people due in from the service dept. because you never know if they'lll wander into the showroom (like I did). But still ........very impressive! Is that a trick of the trade, or what?
#422 of 828 Re: Good price! Right? [jhs70]
Apr 27, 2005 (10:21 am)
i am from CT - live in central CT (just south of hartford) and my dealership is about 20 minutes north of hartford. stratford is the southern part of the state near nyc.
i try to remember all of my customers names, but i cant always remember everyones name. i do remember their faces, and if i think hard enough, i can usually think of it. but there are some people (maybe who i spent more time with or were a more memorable experience) that i do remember names to.
i remember when i bought my car, i went back a month later to get my oil change, and the salesperson i had didn't recognize me! and i had bought a bright yellow car, and wore bright yellow pants the night i picked it up! (i like yellow!)