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U.S. News & World Report - Cars Logo By Matt Rand of U.S. News & World Report - Cars | Slide 2 of 8: $29,580 | U.S. News Score: 8.4/10 | Sales Decline Last Month: -7.7%A fully redesigned model will often induce a surge in sales, but that hasn’t been the case so far with the 2017 Nissan Titan. Although the new Titan comes with a potent V8 engine, is a capable off-roader, and offers premium cabin materials and comfy seats, it’s in last place among full-size pickups by a wide margin in terms of overall sales in 2017. Sales have slipped 7.7 percent over the last month; the class-sales-leading Ford F-150 outsold it by a ratio of almost 25:1 in that span.To put the Titan on shoppers’ radar this fall, Nissan is offering some tempting purchase deals. For example, you can take advantage of financing rates of zero percent for five years plus $1,000 bonus cash if you buy the Titan this month. If you finance through your own lender, Nissan will give you up to $4,000 cash back on your purchase of the 2017 Titan. Lessees can pay $289 per month for three years with as little as $5,079 due at signing.The buyers’ market means that you’ll have some leverage once you get to the dealership as well. Come prepared to negotiate, and you could save yourself even more money. You can also use the U.S. News & World Report Best Price Program to find the dealer in your area with the lowest prices.

2017 Nissan Titan

$29,580 | U.S. News Score: 8.4/10 | Sales Decline Last Month: -7.7%

A fully redesigned model will often induce a surge in sales, but that hasn’t been the case so far with the 2017 Nissan Titan. Although the new Titan comes with a potent V8 engine, is a capable off-roader, and offers premium cabin materials and comfy seats, it’s in last place among full-size pickups by a wide margin in terms of overall sales in 2017. Sales have slipped 7.7 percent over the last month; the class-sales-leading Ford F-150 outsold it by a ratio of almost 25:1 in that span.

To put the Titan on shoppers’ radar this fall, Nissan is offering some tempting purchase deals. For example, you can take advantage of financing rates of zero percent for five years plus $1,000 bonus cash if you buy the Titan this month. If you finance through your own lender, Nissan will give you up to $4,000 cash back on your purchase of the 2017 Titan. Lessees can pay $289 per month for three years with as little as $5,079 due at signing.

The buyers’ market means that you’ll have some leverage once you get to the dealership as well. Come prepared to negotiate, and you could save yourself even more money. You can also use the U.S. News & World Report Best Price Program to find the dealer in your area with the lowest prices.

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