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I’m referring to street price. You can pick up a new truck like you just described your truck for $37-40k street price. We just bought my Pro4x with all that (minus leather heated seats, I hate them) for $37k new. Utility package, remote start, etc...

Bought another 18’ Titan SV 4x4 with heated cloth seats, dimming mirrors, utility package, running boards, etc... for $36k with a bed cover.

Bought an 18 Silverado z71 4x4 with identical features to my Titan for $39K.

To compete in the market for real, they will have to offer work economy trucks. That’s where the bulk of the business still is. But their current base price is listed at $45K. With little info on what that includes.

They’re building a luxury vehicle still. They need to gear their focus to a utilitarian customer more.
True. I picked MSRP because it's easiest to compare across the board. You could have a Nissan dealer at location A offering 8k off a truck and another dealer at location B 10 miles away offering 6k off the same trim truck.
 

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True. I picked MSRP because it's easiest to compare across the board. You could have a Nissan dealer at location A offering 8k off a truck and another dealer at location B 10 miles away offering 6k off the same trim truck.


Price. Fully loaded Frontier vs the Colorado. Frontier 33295.00 Colorado over 40,000! I just don’t get the attraction to an over priced American Truck lol. Titans are made in America so why doesn’t Nissan hammer that fact home with adds.


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This is a particularly difficult time for EVs, with the pandemic taking all the headlines away. Beyond that, cheap gas makes marketing for fuel consumption less critical. Finally, Nissan has spent billions on research for battery technology, but not developed any breakthroughs on a cheap and higher density combo. Until this happens, it's hard to see how EVs become mainstream products.
 

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This is a particularly difficult time for EVs, with the pandemic taking all the headlines away. Beyond that, cheap gas makes marketing for fuel consumption less critical.
It sure is. I have pretty much parked my Leaf and drove the gasoline-powered cars instead. Since this pandemic forced me to work from home I've charged the Leaf only once. Gasoline is so inexpensive right now, I might as well use it. Diesel is a different matter. :(

I have towed my RV 2,000+ miles this month. There were no charging stations at my destinations. There's no way an electric truck would have done the job.
 
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I’d buy the Tesla Cyber truck right now if I had the money. I’ve already replaced all of my lawn and garden equipment with electric. Vehicles are next.

At some Pilot stations there are pretty cool charging stations hidden on one side of the place.


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The cybertruck is interesting for sure, the thing I don't get is how can a company survive that is down 862 million in 2019 and 1 billion loss in 2018 ? Meanwhile the everyday person gets hammered by society if in debt at all … the 10k owed on that CC now doesn't look so bad in comparison lol .
 
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