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SEPTEMBER 2004- Buy ANY New Nissan Titan for $2,000 BELOW Dealer Invoice!

Sale Price on ANY NEW NISSAN TITAN (or ANY new Nissan for that matter ex. 350z Roadsters) is $500 BELOW dealer invoice. Consumer to keep all applicable factory incentives (rebates) to lower the price even MORE!!! So right now, with the current factory rebate of $1500, you can buy a New 2004 Nissan Titan for a total of $2000 BELOW dealer invoice. Here’s just one example:

Order #: C457623

Current Configuration
21814
2004 TITAN 4x4 LE CR-CB AUTO

CY1-P
SEDONA, SAND/STEEL


Invoice MSRP
BASE $30,914 $34,200

DVD $1,258 $1,450
NIS DVD MOB THEAT

NAV $1,908 $2,200
LE NISSAN NAV PKG

OF1 $780 $900
OFF-ROAD W/L.DIFF

SAB $738 $850
SIDE-AIRBAG PKG

SGD $77 $100
SPLASHGUARDS

SRF $780 $900
SUNROOF

TW2 $391 $450
TOW PKG (4X4)

50S $0 $0
50 STATE EMISSION

Freight Charge $650 $650


Total $37,496 $41,700

Total Dealer Invoice- $37,496 Your "NO GAMES" price is $35,496.
We are located in Seattle-Tacoma Washington USA area.
We can ship to your door worldwide for additional charges, examples are Phillidelphia est. $1300, S. Cal and Salt Lake City- $1100.

To see our hassle free details and get your New Nissan Titan visit us at:

http://www.new-nissans.com
 

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Wow. They are really serious about getting rid of the backlog of 04's. For those of you who waited for just this kind of incentive...go git 'em! Yahoo
 

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Let me clarify something. The 2005s aren't out yet. When they are we will still offer them for $500 BELOW Dealer Invoice and give any applicalbe rebates to the consumer to lower the price accordingly. Right now ANY, refers to 2004 Titans, and as such they have a $1500 factory rebate available. So $2000 BELOW Dealer Invoice on "ANY" refers to 2004 model year Titans.
 

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where were you guys in april when i bought mine. I'd have taken a deal like that in a heartbeat
 

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We've always been here, and quite frankly haven't always offered new Nissan's for $500 Under. We used to be called the home of the $1.00 Under Invoice, (that's ONE dollar). We now are offering all new Nissan's for $500 UNDER with the exception of the 350z Roadster, which we offer for $500 OVER. Anyway, we are new to this forum and are hoping to serve many of you with our hassle free pricing program. We are actively developing our internet sales process and as such we will be constantly changing our New-Nissans.com website which is currently only being presented and used as a portal where consumers can learn about our program and request a quote. Eventually it will be in genuine website format. Try it out.

http://www.New-Nissans.com
 

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I live in the Seattle area and I want to special order a 2005 Titan when they do start taking 05' orders. Would you be willing to take my order for 500 under?
 

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This is too good to be true, your located in Bremerton, so am I!
 

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Where were you not even three weeks ago??

Damn, I hate to think of the $$ I could have saved, could you answer me a question?

Some people are claiming they got the rebate AND the 2.0%, is that possible? It was more beneficial to take the $1,500 rebate as opposed to the 2.0%...

But I just bought the truck, getting screwed at the current rate and months, planning on selling a rent house and taking a portion and re-financing at a credit union at a better rate...

I'd just like to know for my own peace of mind, I still prob. would have bought local, I sell Yamana/Suzuki and I'd want people local to do business with me...

Thanks!
 

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There are only 2 scenarios; $1,500 rebate or 2% up to 60 months. We have credit unions with APRs just under 4% for 60 months. Financing $35,000 for 60 months at 2 APR gives you payments of $613.98, first payment due in 45 days. Looking at the same figure of $35,000 for 60 months at 3.99 APR and taking the $1,500 rebate gives you payments of $617.82, first payment due in 45 days.
So the 2% on its own is certainly the best way to go for 60 months. The advantage to the $1,500 rebate only comes with extended term finacncing where your priority objective is to buy for the smallest monthly payment possible. The other time that the 2% may not be the way to go, is if for whatever reason you didn't qualify for the 2% through NMAC which is a Tier 1 and the rate were to be increased to say 3% Tier 2 or 4% Tier 3, but you did qualify for a 3.99 APR somewhere else.
 

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No, I qualified for it, but as you explained, at the time of purchase I needed to get a smaller payment, for the time being (72mo). As I described above, I'm trying to sell an asset and when I do, some of the proceeds will go towards re-financing the truck at 48 or 60 months...

Thank you for the info!
 
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