As auto manufactures continue to tinker with engines and fuel systems to milk more mileage out of their cars, the biggest truck incentives soon may not be how big the number is that is soaped the window of a used car dealership in Houston, TX. But rather how big the little number on the window sticker labeled miles per gallon is.
For the everyday coupe or sedan, the dream of cars over 40 MPG is slowly becoming a reality. If you own a pickup and worry about sacrificing power for mileage, or worry about batteries holding up the way your old used Nissan trucks did.
Small vehicle buyers can compare new cars side by side to find the best mileage or find cars over 40 MPG. When a contractor looks to compare his choices of new cars side by side he'll likely get his choice of light duty pickup, or big powerful 4x4 and trade economy for power.
The next time you find yourself looking at the Nissan Titan invoice price, you may not have to make that choice. Nissan has begun testing on a new four-cylinder diesel engine that would double its fuel economy. Biggest incentive for a new truck yet?
But who knows how long it will be before we see these sorts of options on the show room, or how much they will cost. For now if you can not save it at the pump, best save it at the show room and find used trucks under $20,000 until those 30 MPG 4x4's are out.
After all why spend the invoice price on a Nissan Titan when you can find those used trucks for under $20,000, drive it for a few years, and reap the benefits of great gas mileage later. Whether it's your local Houston, Texas used car dealership or a Nissan dealer in New York, NY you can find great deals to tide you over.
So whether you settled on Nissan used trucks for sale from a dealer in New York, or some other brand of used trucks for sale in your area, at least you know one thing. The future Nissan promises is looking pretty green, both for the environment, and your wallet.