Keep in mind that if you know what you're doing and know how to handle both the salesman and the financial guy you can get a real good price. It takes some negotiating skills and arming yourself with the right strategy, but it can be done, even better if you shop during the right times of year. I paid way less for my truck than their sticker price, way less, and that truck is loaded with more features than I really need. I'm not boasting here and I'm not going to be specific about the price I paid either, but let me put it this way - 7 month later the dealership is still sending me offers trying their best to make back the money they lost on that truck.
As far as the Nissan Titans go - they are an alternative to the traditional big 3 makers offerings. My wifes aunt owns one and likes it a lot. They seem like a nice truck and though Japanese owned, the Titans are actually built here. Can't say the same about the a few of the so-called Americans trucks, for example - Ram 2500 or 3500 trucks (Hecho en Mexico). My Ford F150 was built or assembled at Fords Kansas City Assembly Plant in Missouri.