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I've shopped around, dealers here either selling over MSRP, or they state MSRP but have required "Dealer Pkgs".
I lost $1500 on 7mo/5K miles trade-in(not too bad) and got the Titan $300 under MSRP. My CC,SE,Popular package,Utility package should be in this week. The dealer has 3 more Titan buyers after me with Tundra's.
The salesman scribbled some figures with total $30,850. I asked about $895 number? This is front windows tint & seal package we put on every vehicle. I said not on mine. I can get tint $200 all windows and couple $5 cans fabric sealant myself. The $295 was "dealer prep". I advised I could pull off the shipping plastics and wash the truck myself. We settled $100. I then pulled out of my pocket the build it yourself printout from Nissanusa.com of $29,550. We agreed with floor mats/splash guards/dealer prep added, $29,550 total price.
Now just wait for the silver or brawny red with sand interior to arrive.
3 4x4's(CC & KC), 1 KC XE, 2 CC's LE & SE, 1 KC SE. I checked out the KCab - pretty cool rear cab door hinges! He mentioned people with stupid money buying these trucks cash. Last customer bought wife Murano cash, then later a Titan for himself cash. Finance dept wants to make some loans. No wonder they repeatedly begged me the other day to take their loan...
I asked how were they able to get one of the 1st production Titans, and then all these deliveries?? He mentioned they are one of the largest Nissan dealers in the nation, and also on the preferred list.
He then apologized for shipping delays, and appreciated my patience. I later called the sales manager & complimented my salesman. The manager remembered me because my salesman bugs him everyday about my truck. He mentioned he was happy to hear an appreciative caller.
These folks have been great, and have made this process a nice experience to date. All I want is fairness, and they've been pleasant too.
That is interesting about getting the tint done yourself.
This looks like a superior Truck to the F-150: F-150 does not have side or head air bag options, and no traction control or stability control options like to AWD Titan. However, the recent IIHS front off-set impact test for F-150 was bery good -- just about Volvo safety level. It appears NHTSA is not even going to test the Titan this year -- perhaps because it came out so later in the year? At this time there is no objective crash test data available to the would-be buyer.
One thing that conernd me on all trucks is the roll-over stability. Been trying to get C.G. from Nissan, but no luck so far.
Though, for the money, Titan seems the winner.
When I was taking the test drive I had people staring as well. In fact, I was right behind someone test driving a 2004 F-150 at a stop light and some younger men were staring at that until they saw me right behind the Ford. They never looked back at the Ford again, they gave me the thumbs up too.
tbeecher - Congratulations!! What did you have before? How do you like driving the Titan?
Went by the dealer today, appears all of the 1st 10 from last week gone, 7-8 came in this week?
There was one on the front row exactly like what I have been waiting for. Appears it was a dealer trade-it has the other dealer's sticker. Fingers crossed, hopely that one is mine!
The Titan is phenomenal! All day today people were trying to catch up with me. The Titan does not drive like any truck that I have been in. It is closer to an ML350 with a buttload of power. The tranny is really nice.
If anyone is considering a truck you MUST test drive the Titan. I never thought that I would be driving a Nissan yet here I am.
Tony B - Titan in San Diego.. The funny thing is that my High School team name is Titan...
My family lives in Jackson, MS. I am considering getting a Titan. I noticed there was a Destination charge on the sticker..........I'm just kinda curious as to why. The Nissan plant is like 10 minutes down the road from the car dealership!!!!!!!
Just out of curiosity, if I special ordered one could I drive to the Nissan plant and pick it up so I don't have to pay that fee?
Since I made all my inquiries through the web to the dealers I happed to be dealing with the fleet sales people - much easier to deal with and exceptionaly easy purchas. total purchas time was 3 hours from pulling into the lot and driving off with my new Titan LE King Cab.
I bought from a no-haggle dealer myself. $1000 under MSRP no ability to deal. It was quick and painless.
Does the NAV system have some type of climate control also?
Does it cover the whole US or just Major US cities?
How do you like the rear sensor, a worthwhile feature?
And lastly, do you think the NAV system was worth it for you?
Thanks for any info!!!
Every week there is a Titan at my dealer brought in from other dealerships(tailgate badges, lic plate frames, or vehicle price sticker gives it away). There was one exactly like what I waited for the Sunday before Christmas. Monday a salesman called to say it's here. By later Monday it was gone. I asked them about this. "You're 2nd on the list".
Finally my question: If they do a dealer trade from say Dallas(3 hour drive); is it common practice for a dealer to give some kind of discount for that mileage on brand new vehicle??
I sold cars (Honda) back in 1996. Of the 100 cars I sold that year, not one had any money deducted due to miles put on the car during a dealer swap. Most people were so happy and excited to be getting their new car to worry about it. I have no idea if Nissan makes adjustments.
I wish you luck in getting your Titan soon. I test drove one the other day and I can understand your anticipation!
By the way, anyone notice 1,200 mile break-in for the Titan? No big deal for me the way I drive, but don't most manufacturers recommend 600 miles?
Don't assume that because a new car or truck has less than 30 miles on it, that it hasn't been hammered on. When I sold cars in 96', I once saw a salesman take a new Honda Prelude off the truck (4 miles on odometer), and blast it up the highway. When he returned, he bragged that he had redlined every gear all the way up to 137mph. Did this shave a few miles off the life of the car? Maybe / maybe not....however, I know I wouldn't want to start off with that car.
On the other hand, there were some older retired guys who worked for the dealer doing swaps. The cars they drove back from other dealerships may have been driven 50 to 150 miles, yet, they were no doubt easy miles. My point is: You never know...!
Gunning these motors especially when they're cold probably isn't ruining them, but it sure can't help either. I guess that's the price of a new vehicle on the market with HORSEPOWER advertising heh?!!
Extended warranties. A few years ago some of the new Honda Odyssey owners were buying $900 100k warranties through New York dealer. Is it possible to shop extended warranties from different Nissan dealer than from where vehicle purchased?
Does it cover the whole US or just Major US cities? whole US
How do you like the rear sensor, a worthwhile feature? isn't working on mine, need to take it in.
And lastly, do you think the NAV system was worth it for you? it's a toy, kinda cool, not a must have for me but was cool. I usually just drive to work but it's cool to see how much my tire pressure goes up on the way there or how many miles per gallon i'm getting and try to up it by changing my driving habits.
Hope this helps.
I'm also thinking of going back to get the extended warenty.
1. Do your research. Find out how much the dealer paid for the Titan. Learn about the factory to dealer "hold back" also.
2. Do not be pushed into a deal if you are not positive that you are getting the best deal that you can get.
3. The best deals I found at the smaller out of the way dealerships. They tend to be more eager for the business and seem more willing to negotiate. I bought my truck from a very small Nissan dealer that was 15 minutes down the road from a very, very large dealership that was located in a higher traffic area than the smaller dealer was located. The small dealer saved me big bucks, the large dealers seemed very arrogant and unwilling to negotiate.
Now I have a question... Has anyone on here ordered a Titan from the factory? I was told it will take 30-120 days for delivery. I hope it is closer to 30 because I can't wait to drive my Titan.
I agree, it's so hard to wait. I am extremely excited for it to come in, hopefully it's soon.
Paid: $25,020 basically about $500.00 over invoice. They wanted 900 over invoice so I'm happy.
Overall satisfaction: I cant say anything bad about this truck at this time. Everytime I drive it seems the world shrinks to me. This is definitely a truck that turns heads!! AWESOME TRUCK OVERALL!!!
I went to 4 dealers. One offered only MSRP. One get a few hundred below MSRP. One offered, on the phone, $800 above invoice. And this one, I went in person, $500 above invoice.
I'm living in New Hampshire. The one offered $800 above invoice is Team Nissan (his name is Paul Haydden) in Manchester, NH. The one I bought from
is Ira Nissan in Tewksbury, MA and his name is Bob Morris, a very reasonable and friendly mid-age sale person. I had a great/pleasing experience with him and said I would recommend people buy at this dealership. In short, I think I could get a good price because this dealership is a bit small and any sale will help their quota at the end of the year. I also mentioned that since I ordered my Titan, the hold back could be counted towards their profit; at least most of it. The extra $500 would make both sides happy. And, it was the deal.
I will have to way until the locking diff is available, but that shouldn't be a big problem. I'm driving a '99 all-new GMC Sierra 1500 4x4 ExtCab. It's a nice truck when things are working well. But so far, I had a few major problems with differential gear box, bearing, vibrations which cost my extended warranty almost $4K. Luckily, I bought the $0 deduct.
In regards of some other posts I read about third party extended warranty, at least the company I had (Warranty Gold) covered costs and was very reasonable to work with. The only recent problem with them was that last Nov. the other company that covers insurrance for Warranty Gold filed bankcrupcy. I will get the prorated refund for my premium, but to me it's the death sentence on my GMC truck.
I ordered a Titan SE Crew Cab with... side airbag and rollover airbag package, off-road package, big tow pacakage, SE popular with power captain package, utility bed package, sliding bed extender, and mud guards. I know the locking diff. is late availability (April) so does that mean if you ordered the off-road package you will have to wait until April or later to have your truck delivered or do you get the truck earlier minus the locking diff.?
Tung, did you get an estimated delivery time for your Tiatn? Did they tell you that your vehicle will be ordered right away or does it have to wait until they put their order in during the first week of February?
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.
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!
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---- Original Message ----
From : David Bloye
To : [email protected]
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.
Again, I would check and make sure that it is going to be offered on 4x2.
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.
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.
I didn't make it to the dealer before closing.
Yesterday(Sat), when I got back 2pm from 100 mile long training bike ride, their was my salesman's message they had a surprise. I called. He needed to discuss in person.
Later at my first opportunity in the rainy evening I made it. They had an CC, LE, Brawny Red. They have not been able to find an SE like I wanted anywhere in all of Texas all this time. They exhausted all means to locate what I wanted. I mentioned I was avoiding LE price & bells & whistles. They would make a deal with me.
They offered me same trade-in as they promised back on Dec.8,2003 & basically move me up to LE for $500 more. (This is $1500 off the $31,900 LE). Plus I also got window tinting & etching no charge. There was no haggling at all. Very nice and open and honest negotiating. We both knew what the other was or was not willing to compromise. We reached agreement in 10mins. It was a very pleasent experience.
45 mins later I drove my Titan off the lot. The Tundra was left behind. My salesman & I locked the doors & turned out the lights for the night, literally!
Both salesman(they operate in pairs for backup/vacations..etc at that dealer) and the manager were great. The manager remembered my name, the searches for my Titan, and the time I called last month to compliment my salesman. We chatted a bit. I later saw him calmly and patiently help apparently a new salesman talking with another customer. Very professional. Absolutely zero pressure.
Some of the other sales people knew about my situation, a couple of them came over and congratulated me on my purchase!
What a great experience. It was worth the wait for that kind of service and attention!!
Good nite everybody, I am going to bed.