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Ghostrider:
I am actively looking for a new 4XPro X and I was speaking with Trent @ Pinnacle.  They may be interested in some open house and coop events. I told them to post on our site.

Explain of some of our Rides and fellowship as a club.

Hammer you wish to follow up on this since , it saddens me ,  I can not.

But it could be good for the club and the extension of the breed.

Jo-BOB:
I 2nd having communication with a dealer. The dealer out by me Peoria nissan has not helpful at all, after a series of bad experience I dont trust them. So that would be good.

Having some type of events would be cool also with them.

m.sainz12:

--- Quote from: sfujimoto123 on September 20, 2014, 03:26:22 PM ---I 2nd having communication with a dealer. The dealer out by me Peoria nissan has not helpful at all, after a series of bad experience I dont trust them. So that would be good.

Having some type of events would be cool also with them.

--- End quote ---

I agree with everyone above. And sfujimoto123 Peoria Nissan has taken a dive in customer service. I took my new truck there to get a riddle problem looked at and they told me they fixed it but it is worse. And my brother blew his tranny in a used truck he bought there and instead of getting a new one installed they put a used "refurbished" one in. They will not get any service from me anymore

DBAX:
Sooo, Xterras have been around since 2000 (99 if your picky) and AZXC has had relations w/ dealerships from Scotsdale (Pinnacle) to Peoria (Peoria), and all the way out to Avondale (the one off the 101) over the years. They've offered us space for meetings, bought pizzas and cokes, given merch to win (shirts, posters, NISMO wheels, etc.) The reason for the discord is the lack of turnout. They get Z car club meetings w/ dozens if not a hundred people, and we show up w/ 3, 5, maybe a dozen drivers. Peoria was always our strongest supporter, offering not just space and time, but cost plus 10% on parts and services. Pinnacle straight up told us once, "we won't bargain with you on a new vehicle. Our clients have the money to pay for what they want." (So f you Pinnacle..) Anyhow, those relations waned and there's been no one, or effort to reconstruct them over the years. It doesn't take much to start over; make a call, show up and shake a hand, have a plan. They'll listen, and if you make a good impression, they'll let you back in.

Hammer (Avi):
I have made effort to reach out to some of these dealers in the past.  All that I ever got was an email spamming campaign.  It would be great to get some sort of deal on parts, and I could see attendance being an issues, maybe I haven't run into the right guy. 

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