Friday, July 3, 2020

The Frontier



So the Old Truck, my Titan, had a Factory recall on the Airbags.  I'd been considering getting a Mid-Size Truck again anyway, the Titan being a lot of Truck, and was in need of new expensive Tires and preventative Maintenance due on some things.  Right now the Dealerships are making Offers you simply cannot refuse, due to the Pandemic and tanking Economy, so it's definitely the Time to Buy.  Zero Percent Interest for 72 Months, no Payments for 90 Days, bumper to bumper extended Warranties for the Life of the Loan, Free preventative Maintenance for 3 Years, Three Grand worth of Rebates, lots of Extras thrown in with the Model I bought!  Well, Hell yeah, let me drive off in a brand new Truck with those Killer Terms Negotiated in!  *Winks*  So here it is, my Brand New Frontier, White with Grey Interior, Bed Extender, Extended Cab and all the Whistles and Bells my Titan had come with as Extras.  I no longer feel like I'm driving a Big Rig and I can get The Man and I in and out so much easier!  Color me Happy!

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Riding in Style in the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

13 comments:

  1. That's a beautiful and practical vehicle for your family and your antiquing. I always liked our extended cab that my husband drove but I loved my short box Chevy better. Miss that truck in our winter snows. Congratulations!

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    1. Yes, this is practical and more a normal size vehicle, cheaper to maintain and a whole lot less expensive overall. The Titan was a LOT of Truck, too much for me. This is just the right size for my needs now and to have a reliable vehicle for a long time to come.

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  2. I agree, I can see you hauling and bring found treasure in the back, whether your selling or buying. If someone need a car your right, the prefect time to buy. I just got a new car a year ago, so I'm not ready yet.

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    1. With the Bed extension, oddly, it has as much hauling capacity in the back as the Titan had, it looks shorter in the pix due to angle I took the photo. It's an easier size for me to drive, that Titan was like driving a Tank and wouldn't fit into a lot of Bays for Drive-Thru! Also, the height on this is easier to get in and out of without a ladder. It had become an exercise routine to get The Man into the Titan and even hoist myself in to a vehicle that was lifted so high. *Winks* Everything will be less expensive to maintain, also a consideration now I'm not working anymore.

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    1. I had hoped for a jazzier color than boring White, but this one had all the Extras for Free so I was able to get past being drawn to the Silvery Grey one that didn't have all that. *Smiles* Besides, in Arizona, the lighter the color the less it draws heat so this will reflect a lot of the Sun's energy, the last 3 Trucks I've owned were Red tho' so I'll have to be Mindful not to be looking for a Red Truck now and remember that I now own a different color one! *LOL* I can just see me calling The Man in a Panic saying I can't find the Truck in the Parking Lot and him having to remind me, are you looking for a White one? *Winks*

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  4. Snappy-looking ride! Cool! Need a chauffeur? :)

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    1. You're hilarious. At least now I don't feel like I'm driving a Semi down the Road!

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  5. Congrats. It looks like you got yourself a sweet new ride.

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    1. We did and the terms couldn't have been Sweeter!

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  6. Good for you and the whole family It's pretty too!

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    1. And a LOT less expensive with a full term of the loan Warranty included, so I have Peace of Mind for the next 7 Years that everything is covered 100% and all payment goes against the Principal Balance since Zero Percent Interest is about as good as it gets!

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  7. Congrats! I've been eyeballing a Frontier as a second vehicle someday. I currently have a Versa Note that believe it or not I love because it's practical.

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