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Hey everyone glad i found this cool site, just purchased my Titan LE CC 4WD smoke with graphite leather with Tow, guards, mats for invoice, 3.5 % for 60 months plus extended warranty for 75K/ 6yrs for 250 bucks! I will miss my trusty 4runner that NEVER had a problem, but man I love this beast of a truck!!!
 

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Jake,

Welcome aboard! I have seen you on a couple of the other Titan places and glad you found your way here :jester:

You know of course that you are wayyyyy behind your deadline now of posting pics of your new baby :teethmast

Seriously though...welcome and we too love our 'Beast'!

Chris
 

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Congratulations on both your new purchase and finding your way here. Where are the pictures?
 

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Jake,

Welcome aboard! I have seen you on a couple of the other Titan places and glad you found your way here :jester:

You know of course that you are wayyyyy behind your deadline now of posting pics of your new baby :teethmast

Seriously though...welcome and we too love our 'Beast'!

Chris

Thanks for the welcome....any tips on posting pics would be appreciated!
 

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JAKE04TITAN said:
Thanks for the welcome....any tips on posting pics would be appreciated!
Tips? Take a picture, upload it to a storage area of your choosing on the web (you probably have some space given to you by your ISP, you just don't know it), paste the URL of the picture once you upload it into a message and you will have our attention.
 

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A hearty welcome to ya, JAKE04TITAN...we'll be looking forward to some pics of your new pride and joy :cheers:
 

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JAKE04TITAN said:
Hey everyone glad i found this cool site, just purchased my Titan LE CC 4WD smoke with graphite leather with Tow, guards, mats for invoice, 3.5 % for 60 months plus extended warranty for 75K/ 6yrs for 250 bucks! I will miss my trusty 4runner that NEVER had a problem, but man I love this beast of a truck!!!
Jake04Titan question for you.....I got the same exact Titan you got which I also gave up my 4runner for but I wanted to ask you where you got the warranty for 250...I'm shopping around for an extended warranty and I didn't find anything close to that price.
 

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Welcome Jake04Titan, you're in the right place. And that exteded warranty is a HELL of a deal!
 

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Jake04Titan question for you.....I got the same exact Titan you got which I also gave up my 4runner for but I wanted to ask you where you got the warranty for 250...I'm shopping around for an extended warranty and I didn't find anything close to that price.

Here is the scoop on my extended warranty......dealer originally wanted 850 bucks for the warranty....of course I said no thanks, he also quoted me 60 months financing at 4.9 percent.......he said he could get me 3.5 percent financing for 60 months.....if I took the extended warranty....so the money I saved on financing (600 bucks) brought the warranty down to 250 bucks....worked for me! I like knowing my truck is covered bumper to bumper for six years especially with the Titan being a new model, etc.
 

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What bank is doing the 3.5 financing? I am trying to beat the 3.85 from Capital One.
 

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LI Titan said:
What bank is doing the 3.5 financing? I am trying to beat the 3.85 from Capital One.

National City.....appprox 7 weeks ago :cheers:
 

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3.5 sounds very good indeed, & if you are x-military USAA may be an good choice. Lending rates may be on a slight upswing considering last weeks trend but in this climate it’s day to day with no guarantee of direction, but on average it appears we are heading up. The ten year note is a good indicator of direction so CNBC in the am may clue you in on trend.
 
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