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#41 of 828 reply to militia_man
Jan 16, 2004 (9:42 am)
Sorry that my post might have made you fell a bit bad. But, I would have already gone for the $800 above invoice myselft. I checked the Tewks one out just because they are servicing my and my wife's trucks. And maybe so, I was able to convince them for a little bit better deal.
I kinda remembered that they would pile up orders and submit once a month or so. In my case, I will wait until locking diff avail and my truck will be delivered with locking diff on it. It won't be until at least May. Timing might work well for me. I don't want to break-in my truck during the winter months, and I'm currently running a 4x4 truck now so I'm ok for the winter.
I will have to call the saleman to make sure that the truck comes with locking diff. I don't want it to be put on after delivery. Anyhow, factory intalled is still better than dealer installed in my opinion.
By the way, yours is FULLY LOADED, my friend.
#42 of 828 tYamaha
Jan 16, 2004 (5:38 pm)
Congratulations!! Did you get XE, SE, or LE?
How do you like the bench after having driven the Titan a few times now? Did you try the Capt chairs? If so which do you like better?
Thanks in advance!
#43 of 828 off-road package
Jan 18, 2004 (7:11 pm)
My saleman said that the truck WILL come with the off-road (especially locking diff) factory-installed. (What a relief for me
Jan 19, 2004 (7:00 am)
congratulations Tung...Can you tell me with what order date the locking differential will will ship. My dealer knowing I want the electronic locking differential has a truck on order for me that he placed in January for March delivery. He called and told me that this truck would not have it but he could reorder the first week of February for April delivery and that truck would have it factory installed..He also said the offroad pkg with it would be $50 more. Is this the truth or dealer hype? Thanks, Bill
Jan 21, 2004 (10:47 am)
Just picked up my Titan last Thursday (1/15) here in north-central Florida: SE, black with sand/steel, utility pack, popular with bench.. worked the deal to $25,650 (about half-way between sticker and invoice).
#46 of 828 Electronic Locking Differential - Attn: Bill Arnold
Jan 21, 2004 (11:21 am)
Dear David Bloye,
Thank you for taking the time to personally contact us about your interest in Nissan products.
Currently, the Electronic Locking Differential is scheduled to begin production on April 4, 2004. For more information regarding the Nissan Titan, please visit the website listed below as it has the most up to date information.
We hope that this information answers your question, but if you need any additional information or have further questions, please let us know by reply e-mail or by calling 1-800-647-7263 and pressing "0" for a live operator.
Also, make sure to take a look at our website, www.NissanUSA.com, for the most up-to-date product information.
At Nissan, we are committed to a high level of customer service.
Nissan North America
---- Original Message ----
From : David Bloye
To : nnaconsumeraffairsnissan-usa.com
Subject : Nissan News [INTR:42374]
Date : Mon, 19 Jan 2004 22:44:23 GMT
Your news release regarding the Nissan Titan mentions the
"Class-Exclusive Switch On Demand Electronically Controlled Locking Rear
Differential" will have "late availability". I am considering the
purchase of a new large pickup and have narrowed the choice between your
new Nissan Titan King Cab SE 4x2 and the 2004 Ford F-150 Supercab XLT
When will the locking differential be made available for the SE two
wheel drive as an option? This is a major decision point for me and a
specific release date would make a decision favorable to the Titan much
Thank you for your response.
#47 of 828 Electronic Locking Differential - Attn: Bill Arnold by dbloye
Jan 21, 2004 (12:18 pm)
I am not sure about this, but I heard (or read) somewhere that the ELD can only be engaged in 4x4low. If this is the case, and again I am not sure, then it can't be ordered on a 4x2. Nissan didn't mention this in their response to you but it is possible they only looked at the availability part of your letter.
Again, I would check and make sure that it is going to be offered on 4x2.
#48 of 828 electronic locking differential...David Bloye
Jan 21, 2004 (4:45 pm)
Thanks David. Always good to compare ducks on the pond. I appreciate you sharing ur info. Anyone else hearing anything different
Jan 22, 2004 (9:48 pm)
Sorry for the late repost. I haven't been logging on lately. You can understand y, hehe...been driving my Titan around alot!!
I got the Titan SE model. I tried both the captains' and bench on the test drive. For myself I personally like the Bench seat much more than the captain. Reasons are of course the bench seat seats more people, has a larger center console, and seems to be more comfortable to me than the captains'. I like everything to be large and since the bench seating increases seating capacity I went for that.
#50 of 828 Crew Cab Price
Jan 23, 2004 (9:56 pm)
Hello guys hope this helps, Crew Cab XE 4x2 power package,(alarm, elec. windows, remote control, headliner storage compartments) and Bench seating, for $25,999 including destination charge, minus tax ($1888) and docments fees $45.
So far I love the Deep water color, dring the day looks like green, at night looks blue, etc. very unsual color and I have not seen any other car like it.... good luck, California truck.