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Old 10-07-2016, 08:12 PM
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Anyone with real world numbers as far as pricing? Haven't looked yet as I hate stopping by dealerships during hours. No stickers on the few I've stopped at after hours.
I've never been one to buy a truck for looks, but this thing is sharp, in my opinion. And, coupled with the cummins, should fit my intentions to a t.
Planning on selling my daughter's car, giving her my wife's Yukon, and buying the Titan for the wife. Yeah, I know; I'll have to put some kind of led reminder on the fuel door for diesel if the lady is driving it.
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I wondered the same and found a post here where the guy paid $49k.
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I wondered the same and found a post here where the guy paid $49k.
Loaded or "well equipped"? (Whatever the heck that means)
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Loaded or "well equipped"? (Whatever the heck that means)
He did not elaborate on trim package but did use some type of Internet buying package. Also traded a couple cars to get it down further.
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Ford makes as many F100 trucks in one week as Nissan Titans are makes in a year, And because they don't have the volume to dilute costs, Titans are relatively expensive vehicles.

I have not been paying attention to the retail market, but I was thinking the Titans were all going to be high dollar/high profit diesels until later in the model year.

I like the looks of the Titan, but I'm inclined to stick with one of the Big 3 or Toyota. They're all better values in the long run due to higher resale values and in some cases better sales incentive and factory sponsored finance programs.
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Originally Posted by Bamaman View Post
Ford makes as many F100 trucks in one week as Nissan Titans are makes in a year, And because they don't have the volume to dilute costs, Titans are relatively expensive vehicles.

I have not been paying attention to the retail market, but I was thinking the Titans were all going to be high dollar/high profit diesels until later in the model year.

I like the looks of the Titan, but I'm inclined to stick with one of the Big 3 or Toyota. They're all better values in the long run due to higher resale values and in some cases better sales incentive and factory sponsored finance programs.
I have a ford, toyoda, and a gm.
I, as well as the wife, just like the truck and know it will suit our needs.
As far as resell, I never buy with that in mind as I keep vehicles till they, damn near, fall apart.
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Break even on diesels are damn close to 200,000 miles anyway.
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Ford makes as many F100 trucks in one week as Nissan Titans are makes in a year, And because they don't have the volume to dilute costs, Titans are relatively expensive vehicles.

I have not been paying attention to the retail market, but I was thinking the Titans were all going to be high dollar/high profit diesels until later in the model year.

I like the looks of the Titan, but I'm inclined to stick with one of the Big 3 or Toyota. They're all better values in the long run due to higher resale values and in some cases better sales incentive and factory sponsored finance programs.
Didn't they quit making that model back in the late70's
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Originally Posted by Bamaman View Post
Ford makes as many F100 trucks in one week as Nissan Titans are makes in a year, And because they don't have the volume to dilute costs, Titans are relatively expensive vehicles.

I have not been paying attention to the retail market, but I was thinking the Titans were all going to be high dollar/high profit diesels until later in the model year.

I like the looks of the Titan, but I'm inclined to stick with one of the Big 3 or Toyota. They're all better values in the long run due to higher resale values and in some cases better sales incentive and factory sponsored finance programs.
Article I read said this truck could break Nissan, they will have to offer incentives to move them.
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Originally Posted by Kenner 23 View Post
Article I read said this truck could break Nissan, they will have to offer incentives to move them.
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Brought 6 chevys out of DunDock MD yesterday into northern Carolina.

Dealers get a certain amount but their not moving them. Took 4 to place in Greenville NC LEE CHEVY and their whole back lot if full of trucks.

YEP,, you can price them at any price you want, That don't mean everyone is dumb enough to buy them .

Trucks ain't the only thing were stock pilling. Platinum Ford f 350 sticker price I put on the ground AKA delivered about 4 weeks ago 83000.


I know i'm a bitch to deal with in the business world pulled on a MI seen then had a couple of used 3500s like i'm looking for and noticed a used 2007 Pontai6 hard top convertiable like I have. Had the porter grab me a car sales guy price on their G6 with 127000 miles was 8800 dollars. Finshed unloading, got another guy to talk with me on the trucks took my name and number I told him what I had for a trade that 06 with 73000 on it. He called next morning said they could not drop the price on their truck but would give me 4300 for my g6 on a trade............
Their trying to make 5 grand on my trade, you know their making at last 5 grand on me buying that truck.

And you guys wonder why you can buy a small house for what it cost for a truck now.

I hope they never sell them. Will never buy new just my view if people would stop buying for new for just one year, we could drop these car prices back to the 2008 to 2010 prices.
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Originally Posted by Thalasso View Post
Didn't they quit making that model back in the late70's
I bought the last F-100 Exporer package pickup new in 1976. F-150 came out the same year. Full time 4Wheel drive lasted about 40k until the front end went out. It got 8 mpg new with a 360 V-8.

Same color as this 250 without the shell. Mine was identical but the badge said F-100, sorry for the side track.

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The Titan is a great truck. Shop and get your best deal. My 2012 Nissan truck has never been in for repairs. Oil changes only. Limited slip rear , lots of power, tranny cooler. Pulls my 23ft like a dream.
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I was shopping for a new diesel truck earlier this year. $49k seemed about the going price of the Titan. So I bought a f250 Supercrew lariat for $50k.

If your going to spend $50k I figured I would just get a true 3/4 ton. And the f250 had more options than the Titan at the same price point.

I think the diesel Titan is a neat idea. If I could've got one with the Pro-4x trim for about $40k I would've gone that route.
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I was shopping for a new diesel truck earlier this year. $49k seemed about the going price of the Titan. So I bought a f250 Supercrew lariat for $50k.

If your going to spend $50k I figured I would just get a true 3/4 ton. And the f250 had more options than the Titan at the same price point.

I think the diesel Titan is a neat idea. If I could've got one with the Pro-4x trim for about $40k I would've gone that route.
I have a 2015 f2fiddy already.
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I just bought one. $13k off sticker.
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Originally Posted by Jason75979 View Post
I have a 2015 f2fiddy already.
I just looked. The Titans are priced much better now. I'd seriously consider one if I was looking for a truck. I don't like the huge chrome grill but the Pro-4x looks good to me.
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I just looked. The Titans are priced much better now. I'd seriously consider one if I was looking for a truck. I don't like the huge chrome grill but the Pro-4x looks good to me.
Everything is in your face these days.
I'm a little put off on most the interiors of today's trucks. Just two busy for my taste, but not much I can do about it.
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I was offered 12k off sticker without even asking when I bought my wife's new pathfinder the other day.
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I test drove a top model one while my woman was thinking of getting a 2017 Armada. They really try to play hard ball on the prices.

The sticker on the XD I was driving was $61k and they wanted to come down about $700. It was a total waste of time discussing with them. The 2017 Armada, they only came down off sticker $500. I was like call me when y'all roll back since this is basically like shopping at Walmart.

Needless to say, total waste of time. But, I would be cautious with the XD diesel. It has a v8 Cummins, drives like it has extra weight on front end only, no weight in the rear. Feels like it will spin around on turns. Going from an f250 to the XD is night and day different, the ride of the Nissan is worse and so is the acceleration. And the price for that matter.

It also has this weird vacuum pump that runs at low rpm which I couldn't quite figure out. It's pretty loud and feels like what happens when older medium duty trucks would loose power and the backup pump would kick in off the batteries. Doesn't seem well engineered or planned for longevity, kinda like an oversite that they tried to patch during production.

I have a buddy that is a roofer and swares by the New XD's but I just don't see it.
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