LOL!! that's awesome. pretty much what i was thinking too.matthews said:If you trade-in an 08 for another 08, I'm going to find you and slap you. Then I'm going to hire an 8-year-old to run your finances for you :upsidedow
Get hold of MuskyHunter! LOL. He found my newly purchased 2008 Blizzard PRO-4X CC LWB for me...no idea how he did it though. Good luck! The white is sharp!!!Cole_Tx said:I am looking for an 08 CC Pro-4X in Smoke or White!
If anyone has any information on where I can get one, please let me know!
I currently have an 08 CC SE (13k Miles) and I am wanting to trade up!
I am not after the leather interior.Lurchdubious said:LOL!! that's awesome. pretty much what i was thinking too.
what's so special about the pro-4x that makes you want to trade? you will lose what, 5K? 7K? just get the 4" performance package lift from PRG for 2K and do a custom leather conversion for less than 2K. is it the 4WD you're after? get a trutrac for $500 and call it good. my $.02
Nissan site is what I used.HudsonValleyTitan said:Get hold of MuskyHunter! LOL. He found my newly purchased 2008 Blizzard PRO-4X CC LWB for me...no idea how he did it though. Good luck! The white is sharp!!!
Honestly? as long as you're not doing 3 point turns on narrow roads, you probably won't notice a whole lotta difference. Parking lots will probably take some getting used to (I've had mine since Saturday so..no parking lots yet) but with the length, I'll be using more than one spot way off by myself as to not piss people off.GoFast33 said:I'm also looking to get a Pro4x in the next week or so. Fortunately for me, there are several dealers around me that have them on their lot.
HVT, how is the turning radius on the long bed CC compared to the standard bed CC (assuming that's what you had before)?
i really don't know much about the trutrac, so i don't want to tell you any misinformation. i do know that those who have them tend to be extremely happy and are still able to do a bit of offroading. depending on where we live in the future i may just get a 2WD w/trutrac & save the cash on 4x4 & gas & lifting. my Titan is 4x4, just cuz i think having a 2WD truck in idaho is the equivalent to having a ...female truck. i know the trutrac will allow both rear wheels to spin at the same time, vs just one wheel, and that will get you out of a lot of sticky situations.Cole_Tx said:I am not after the leather interior.
I want the 4wd! I work in construction and am working on some projects in the mountains of West Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma. I am not certain on trading it in, I was just looking for some other options. Do you think trutrac would be sufficent enough, I will not be doing any hardcore offroading, just when it gets rain it gets slippery up those dirt roads. I make it fine in the 2wd but want some more help!
Thanks for the help!