I have had my 2018 Titan SV since late spring and I love(d) everything about it throughout the NH summer and fall on good roads. It is now winter, our roads are getting torn up by snow plows and I am finding that the suspension downright sucks. On a recent trip to upstate NY, I hit a few large potholes on the highway and if I wasn't paying attention or there was snow on the road, I would have lost control as the truck literally bounced into the next lane. I am wondering if this is a common issue for the SV suspension and what my options to remedy it are? I commute 45 miles each way and can see this becoming an issue as the roads are only going to get worse. I am not opposed to leveling or even a 3" lift; however, I don't want to void the 100/150k warranty and am hesitant to spend the $5k for the Nissan approved icon lift installed at dealership. Any an all input is welcome as I have a very basic knowledge of vehicles. Also, I apologize if this has been addressed elsewhere on the forum; however, after researching it, I am finding very little on my year and model but a lot on XD and Pro-4x.