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Nissan Titan, Truck
Dec 02, 2007 (6:09 am)
I'm new to the forum and find this forum to be very informative.
Decided to go with the Titan over GM & Ford even though of the known issues. A buddy of mine owns an 06 Titan and loves it. I got the opportunity to drive his when we (and 2 other guys) made a fishing trip to Minnesota pulling a 21' Ranger. Pulled like a dream and was a comfortable ride. Anyway, I will be taking delivery this week.
08 SE 2WD Crew Cab w/popular pkg, under seat storage, and floor mats. Not sure what actual MSRP & Dealer Invoice is but according to Edmunds: MSRP $30,770, Dealer invoice $27,849. With $5,000 mfg rebate, I paid $22,385 w/o taxes, title, license.
I live near the Chicago area. Personally I think I got a great deal. What do you think?
#804 of 828 Re: 08 SE 2WD CC [boxr_fan]
Dec 03, 2007 (7:22 pm)
Congrats with your new Titan. The Titan comes out on top when it comes to $. I think you've done well. Personally, my concern is still the reliability issue. I'm going to wait til mid year next year for my final decision. If I have to buy a truck at this moment, I'd give the GMC Sierra the edge, a slight edge. Please keep us posted on your new truck in a few months. Hope you enjoy it. Looks like Xmas came early for you!
#805 of 828 titan 08.5 Crew LE 7' Bed
Dec 11, 2007 (6:48 pm)
Just purchased an 08.5 titan Crew LE with 7' bed, 4x4, nav ,sunroof, tow, divider, extender, under seat storage, floor mats. List 43550. purchased 38256 minus 3000 rebate,
35226 plus tax. Also I got a very good price on my trade which made this the best deal i thought I could get!
#806 of 828 08 Crew 4x4 short bed
Dec 29, 2007 (11:31 am)
Just purchased 08 Titan SE Crew Cab 4x4, with popular pkg, towing pkg, bed extender and rails, under seat storage, floor mats and step rails. MSRP 36,280, after 5000 rebate price came out to 28,749. After tax, title and other fees, minus trade in of 3800, ended up out the door at 26,237. Was deciding between this and Toyota Tundra. Toyota dealer would not move on price at all. Nissan dealer provided one of the better vehicle purchases I have ever experienced.
#807 of 828 New Nissan Titan Le
Jan 28, 2008 (1:06 pm)
I'm from Gettysburg Pa, and i have been shopping for 3 months now for a 4x4 titan le. The best price i have found is from fitzgerald auto mall in chambersburg. They gave me a price of 32,761 plus tax and tags. They are kinda like a saturn dealer with there prices posted on all there windshields. It was kinda nice not having to negotiate it took a lot less time. After i left there the first time i went to 3 other dealerships spent on average 3 to 4 hours negotiating at each one and still not able to get a better price. They also showed me an actual invoice from nissan. Inv price was 36,371 minus the 5000 rebate left it at 31371. They only made three hundred dollars on me i hope that was good. It was the first new veh. I have bought on my own. They also have a great website that was very helpful not sure what the exact address is. I just typed Fitzgerald Auto into google. The site is really user friendly.
#808 of 828 Re: New Nissan Titan Le [jsalmon_23]
Apr 07, 2008 (5:44 pm)
Boy, this Titan forum sure is dead! Helllooooo......
Anyway, I've had experience with Fitz in Maryland -- bought a Toyo from them. Just a great experience all the way around. I highly recommend them. You can use their prices to shop around, but in the end, you will just be playing games with the other dealers. Unless you go for the jugular (but is that what a car buying experience is supposed to be about??)
I was looking at (drooling over??) a new LE CC with the long bed. I noticed the PA location had one in the color I wanted (red alert) and for about 10k off sticker. A good deal to say the least. But I couldn't get positioned in time, and now I notice it's been sold. I really like these nissans. I'm driving an 05 KC LE now and I can't imagine what Toyo brings to the table that would make me want to jump out of my Titan.
#809 of 828 Re: New Nissan Titan Le [jhs70]
Apr 13, 2008 (5:45 am)
Recently in the market for a full-size pickup, and the Titan seems to offer the most bang for the buck these days. Was recently offered (via internet) dealer invoice price less 5K cash back for a 2008.5 SE with floor mats and popular package. Came to ~24.5K + TTL..seemed like a good deal to me, loved driving the truck (when I tested), just trying to get over the MPG - but that's just trucks. Still noodling....
#810 of 828 Re: New Nissan Titan Le [bjss]
Apr 14, 2008 (6:58 pm)
Well I don't think you can do a heck of a lot better than that! You probably could get a few hundred more at another dealership, but would the extra hassle be worth it?
If you like the truck, go for it!
I would love that new LE CC LWB but my wife would shoot me if I drove that baby home!!!
#811 of 828 Re: New Nissan Titan Le [jhs70]
Apr 15, 2008 (10:41 am)
Thanks - agree, it's a pretty good deal. Current car will be paid off in 1 year, just not sure I can 'stomach' $400+ monthly payments for the next 5 years....decisions, decisions....