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Has anyone recently bought a new 2015 Titan (not 2016 XD)? There are about 5 dealers within 300 miles of me with new 2015s still in stock, and I was wondering if it's unreasonable to expect a killer deal (I'm talking $10k off MSRP)?
 

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I personally have not, but I've seen quite a few stories of people that have. It tends to depend on geographic location but, I've heard of fully loaded Pro-4x models going for 33k or so. I don't think 10k off is unreasonable at all, if you're a good, and persistent haggler.
 

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Thanks for the reply. Do you know if those fully-loaded Pro-4xs were Crew Cabs? There's a fully-loaded Pro-4x advertised at MSRP of $46k, and a non-fully-loaded Pro-4x at the same dealer for a "sale price" of $38k. Then there are a handful of SLs at other dealers asking around $40k.
 

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I've only seen 10k off a fully loaded truck with an MSRP of 46k. I think they have more wiggle room when are going for all the bells and whistles.
 

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Yes, very doable if the dealer wants to deal. I got mine back in mid March. A fully loaded SL. $10k off.
 

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Right, I assumed the higher-end models would have a little more wiggle room. I'm getting some BS from a dealer right now on a loaded 2015 SL Crew Cab with an MSRP of about $45,600. It's advertised at a "sale price" of about $40,600, and the dealer is saying he's "willing" to give it to me for $40,300. That's so generous of them to knock $300 off their advertised price, and a whopping $5,300 off MSRP. Give me a break.
 

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Yes, very doable if the dealer wants to deal. I got mine back in mid March. A fully loaded SL. $10k off.
That's about what I'm expecting. With the new XDs out now I'd think dealers would be willing to work a little more on getting rid of the 2015s, but I should obviously expect the same ole dealer shenanigans. Unfortunately the closest dealers with 2015s still in stock are about 3 and 5.5 hours away from me, and about 4 hours away from each other, so physically going in and negotiating would be a huge time commitment.
 

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The longer it's eating away at their floor plan, the better you'll do too.
 

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You do have to realize though, that the 2015 is still the only available gasser, currently all XD's are diesel. If you want a Nissan truck that is gas, you have to buy the 2015.
 

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I bought a 2015 a month ago.

2015 Pro4x King cab
Utility/luxury package
46,000 MRSP. (Canadian)
Paid 31,500+ taxes

14,500 off MRSP.

Easily a smashing deal.

I traded in a 2013 Tacoma with 20,000 miles and paid 2,000 out of my pocket for the truck.
 

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OP, it sounds by your MRSP prices you are Canadian.

Here in BC a few dealers have Pro4x King cabs.

With the leather package they go for 38,000 (without any haggling or the Costco discount)

Without leather they are 35,000.

My king cab no leather was 32,000 before haggling.
 

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I'm in the US. I'm looking at a loaded Pro-4x, MSRP is around $46k. I'm in Portland but the nearest dealer with a 2015 in stock is up in the Seattle area.
 

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There is a Loaded Pro 4x in Wenatchee, but they are also asking 45K
 

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What does an F150 run in Seattle area?

I was quoted 39,000 Canadian for a
F150 XLT 301a + Sport package and 2.7ecoboost.

If the Nissan and the Ford had been closer in price i would take the Ford hands down.

i wouldn't buy a Nissan Titan unless it was 6,000 less than a comparable Ford/GM/Dodge
 

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Bought a 15 SV CC in September. I got it for about 10k off. Sticker was 41 I paid 31.


Same for me. Bought a 15 SV last September for $10k off of a $43k sticker price.
 

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The same dealer is advertising an SV with nav for $35k, so I could probably get it around $32k. I just really want leather. We have an almost-two-year-old and I'm thankful every day for the leather in our Mazda CX-9; that kid is messy. As far as F150s, a loaded model with leather/nav/etc is well over $40k, even after haggling. Maybe a RWD V6 would put you under $40k. Plus, I'm not a huge fan of the newer body style on the F150s.

I know some dealers in the Portland area are offering V8 Silverado LT Z71s with leather and nav for a little under $40k. I kind of like those but the interiors are kind of cheap-feeling.
 

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Bought mine recenty. Fully loaded every option but sunroof and 8k off
 

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is it true that theres no sunroof option even if you get the leather on the pro 4x?
 

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