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Frank_the_Tank said:
I recently purchased a '08 Titan LE cc fully loaded, nav etc... for 31,064 before T&L did I get a good deal? :gunz:

Does it really matter now? Enjoy the TITAN:cheers:
 

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BlackPro4x08 said:
Does it really matter now? Enjoy the TITAN:cheers:


Yah it does matter. Igot a couple buddies that want the same truck and I want to make sure they are getting a good deal from the dealer so I don't get donkey punched later.lol
 

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Yah it does matter. Igot a couple buddies that want the same truck and I want to make sure they are getting a good deal from the dealer so I don't get donkey punched later.lol
Well, Nissan has some nice rebates or low apr offers. A good deal is realative to how long they think they are going to keep the truck, how many miles they will put on it, etc. I chose the cash back b/c I may want a new TITAN in a couple years but if they plan on keeping it til death than the low apr is the way to go.

So, a "good deal" is different for everyone. Just tell them to not let the dealer try to charge them more than $400-500 over invoice and don't let them stick a delivery charge on if they have to order it.

If they are getting a hard time from one dealer tell them to go to another one and pit them against one another.

A good deal is not hard to come by, just requires patience and persistance:cheers:
 

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" A good deal is when you leave the dealership feeling satisfied with your purchase."

You'll always find someone out there to go $50 less or $100 less. I wouldn't worry about what someone else pays for theirs, unless you are helping pay for it. Do the research, go to KBB or Edmunds and find out what invoice is, back out rebates, and make an offer!
 

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BlackPro4x08 said:
Well, Nissan has some nice rebates or low apr offers. A good deal is realative to how long they think they are going to keep the truck, how many miles they will put on it, etc. I chose the cash back b/c I may want a new TITAN in a couple years but if they plan on keeping it til death than the low apr is the way to go.

So, a "good deal" is different for everyone. Just tell them to not let the dealer try to charge them more than $400-500 over invoice and don't let them stick a delivery charge on if they have to order it.

If they are getting a hard time from one dealer tell them to go to another one and pit them against one another.

A good deal is not hard to come by, just requires patience and persistance:cheers:


Thanks that answers my question, because I got the truck for 328 under invoice. Your the man. Thanks again!!!
 

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Frank_the_Tank said:
Thanks that answers my question, because I got the truck for 328 under invoice. Your the man. Thanks again!!!
Then you got a good deal:cheers:
 
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