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I just sold my 2014Power stroke with every option, I hope I did not make a mistake. The price of the XD is is what worries me, I hope its not comparable to the power stroke.
 

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I just sold my 2014Power stroke with every option, I hope I did not make a mistake. The price of the XD is is what worries me, I hope its not comparable to the power stroke.
It should not be - from a pure capability perspective they're aiming in between half and three quarter ton.

It would not make sense to get a "5/8th ton" truck for a 3/4 ton price.
 

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It should not be - from a pure capability perspective they're aiming in between half and three quarter ton.

It would not make sense to get a "5/8th ton" truck for a 3/4 ton price.
Loaded F-150's are more than most F250/350 diesels far as I know. The closer we get to launch the more fearful I am that the Titan XD Platinum is going to top 60k, with little to no price reduction. That will suck and force me to get a Ram 2500 Cummins. At least right now as I sit here it does......
 

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I am prepared to go max 55k on a SL with 360 Camara option. SL should be loaded with Chrome wheels & bumpers. I am in!
 

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Loaded F-150's are more than most F250/350 diesels far as I know. The closer we get to launch the more fearful I am that the Titan XD Platinum is going to top 60k, with little to no price reduction. That will suck and force me to get a Ram 2500 Cummins. At least right now as I sit here it does......
Don't be fearful.. If the Titan XD ends up costing more than a ram 2500, then it'll hurt Nissan more than anyone else. If that happens, the trucks won't sell. If they don't sell, they will offer steep discounts. If these discounts don't come soon enough, you buy a Ram 2500 with more performance for less...
 

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I just priced out an F-150 with everything I want and it came in under $55k. While I'm still waiting to see the Titan, I have an option if they price the car too high or the dealers mark up the price. I'm already leaning toward the Ford given Nissan's drawn out process and my concerns that the dealer's apparent lack of knowledge may roll over into their maintenance departments.
 

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Actually I dont haul much at all, I love diesel trucks. Im the perfect candidate for the XD, a part time hauler. I bought the Powerstroke because of resale, I got back within 3k of what I paid for it. Not a ford guy but its a business decision as well.
 

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Actually I dont haul much at all, I love diesel trucks. Im the perfect candidate for the XD, a part time hauler. I bought the Powerstroke because of resale, I got back within 3k of what I paid for it. Not a ford guy but its a business decision as well.
Strong work, man!

I'm curious to see ALG & Black Book residual values for the Titan XD when it comes out. Hopefully the Cummins name will help.
 

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If it is priced right, their is a demographic it can capture. Nissan with a diesel can be special. But it cant be priced anywhere near the Power-stroke.
Maybe. I don't know about the others but the Ram 1500 to 2500 jump is around $10K.

If it's purely capability-based do you think $5K (splitting the difference between 1/2 & 3/4 ton) makes sense?

Interested in your thoughts RE going back to Powerstroke for anything <=$10K.
 

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I would bet that the price for the gas model Pro4X for example will be MSRP $45k and the The diesel will be $50-55K. xd platinum $60K+

What is the price on a F-150 Crew Cab w/ 3.5EB 4x4 with Leather?
 

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So pricing out a F150 Lariat Crew Cab 4x4 with decent options that get as close to the XD towing is North of $56K. I think if the XD ended up around the same or a bit lower they should do well considering the Cummins vs the 3.5EB difference.
 

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You really can't compare prices based on MSRPs.

At least locally, some Ford dealers are selling MSRP $70K Powerstroke Superduties at a $15K discount.
In 2011 I bought my MSRP $44K F150 at a $12K discount.
I think Ford sells so many more trucks than other brands around here because of those discounted low prices.
The discounts don't happen all the time, but often in late summer/fall when they're trying to get rid of last year's models

Other truck manufacturers also have a few high volume dealers who can really discount the MSRP.

Question is, what kind of discounts can you get off MSRP from Nissan? Locally, it doesn't look too good for me. Don't think there is a high volume, high discount Titan dealer in Ontario, or anywhere for that matter.
 

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I agree...my Pro4X was MSRP 45k and I got it 10k off at 32K...

The big question in my mind that I'm throwing around is should I wait until the end of next year to see how much the prices come down once the newness wears off.
 

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I agree...my Pro4X was MSRP 45k and I got it 10k off at 32K...

The big question in my mind that I'm throwing around is should I wait until the end of next year to see how much the prices come down once the newness wears off.
That's a good discount. Maybe I can do something similar locally. But I'm not going to do anything until next summer/fall. For one, I want to see a lower trim model with a King Cab and the Cummins. And I'm sure there will be more negotiating room 6-8 months after the truck's are first released.
 

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I live in the mid west, I can buy a ford f250 lariat diesel 4x4 for 57,500. It would not make any sense to pay the same money for a truck that isn't equivalent. I love the XD but am I being unrealistic?
 
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