that seems like an average price (if at least an SE) but check out and see what deals they have for new ones. prob not too far off from that price. i got mine for 26k w/ 8 miles on it in early 2010.the titan im looking at is a 2010 crew cab grey 4x4 with 21,000 miles for 25,000
gotta love the end of the year buys. you can still pick up a 2010 for way reduced prices new but that scares me as they have been sitting for so long.5 months - so far so good, got mine for 28k with 46 miles on it (20 I put on test driving it) there offering $4500 off on 2011's, try and bargain for a new one you might get closer to the 25k than you think.
I've been driving my truck in snow and ice for the past 4 months, we still have quite a bit on the ground. I've been on roads this winter that I probably shouldn't have been driving on, but I had to get home. The only time I ever even came close to having a problem with traction was driving on a row line that had about 10 inches of untracked snow, when I dropped into a low spot that had been drifted over to the point I was pushing snow with my bumper. Lost traction, put it 4 low, backed up about 2 feet and let her rip, push snow for about 6 feet and came out the other side. It may not be a true locking diff, but it works fine by my opinion.TrueTrac LSD and Arb Locker is available for 2004-2007 only. If you don't get factory e-locker for 08+ you are stuck with an open diff.
You know, there is a recall for this...2008 Titan bought new in Jan 08'. The T now has 40k on the clock and I haven't done anything to it other then routine maintenance (oil changes, tire rotation, etc). My T has the fuel gauge that reads a little weird from time to time: ie after I fill up the fuel tank it will sometimes read 3/4 tank for a few minutes before reading Full.