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#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....
Jul 26, 2008 (8:22 pm)
I just wanted to tell everyone that A LOT of dealers are offering a flat 40% of MSRP on new Frontiers, Armadas, Quests, Xterras and Titans.
No, I am not making this up. There are ads all over the place, from New Jersey to Kentucky to California.
Jul 31, 2008 (10:27 am)
I saw an ad today in the Chicago suburban newspaper NW Herald for Liberty Nissan in Lake County, 920 S. Milwaukee Avenue:
$15,864 Titan 4x4 - Model #31418, Stk. #28930/28931
$15,626 Quest - Model #10218, Stk.#28932/28933
$15,690 Xterra 4X4 - Model #04818, Stk.#28699/28698
$19,294 Pathfinder 4x4 - Model 09618, Stk.#28756/28757
#816 of 828 Press Request
by KarenS HOST
Aug 20, 2008 (3:16 pm)
A reporter with a large newswire would like to speak with consumers who purchased a truck or SUV in the past couple of months and received a good deal as demand was low because of gas prices. If you just purchased a truck or SUV recently, please respond to ctalatiedmunds.com with your daytime contact information no later than Monday, August 25th.
Aug 26, 2008 (8:29 am)
New here to the forums, but not to Edmunds. With a lot of internet auto searching and information gathered, I was able to find and just picked up a used Titan from Bommarito Nissan in St Louis, MO. Great dealer experience there... a LOT better than the local eastern Nebraska area dealers.
Model: Titan CC SE 4x4 FFV
Nissan Certified Used w/ 7yr/100K WRAP Warranty
---HU Bed Pkg
---Popular Pkg with Bucket Seats (non RF)
---Under Seat Storage Bin
---Sliding Bed Extender
---Heated Leather Seats (conversion)
Traded in an '05 Altima 2.5S with Conv+ Pkg. Price was $17,900 for the Titan. Rolled over a little from the Altima, plus the cost of the warranty, sales tax, personal property tax, title, licensing, plates, and lien fee.
Financed through NMAC with a decent APR (had to fight with them a little).
A little under $25K out the door for everything.