I just received my new Titan Crew Cab from the dealer a few days ago and I can't say enough about how good this truck is. When I went to buy one at my local dealers they were in really short supply. They only had about four trucks at each dealership-not much to choose from. When you spend a lot of money on a new truck you don't want to compromise in any way on color or options-and I didn't. My wife used the internet to search dealerships in a three state region for the Titan of my liking and a dealship about seventy miles from home in another state had one on its way from the plant. We immediately called the dealer and staked a claim on the truck of my dreams and told the salesman to hold it until I could get to the bank for down payment money. I would advise anyone to do this because as soon as these trucks hit the lot somebody buys them. I had already test driven the truck that didn't have a tow package so I knew how it felt on the road and what the driving experience was all about. When the truck came in a gave it a good inspection and test drive and then signed the deal. I think this is the best way to get what truck you want in a hurry.
The Titan is a sharp look truck that everyone notices its presence.
When I drove my new Titan to work for the first time I stopped at a country store to buy some sausage biscuits to eat on the way. What a mistake! Every person that was in the store wanted to come out and look at my truck and have me show them everyting about it. I was almost late for work!
Two days later when I drove down I-49 numerous other pickup truck drivers would turn their necks all the way around like Linda Blair in the Exorcist trying to get a second look as they passed. This happens ALL the time. It's really something to see. My wife and I get a real kick out of all the attention our new truck gets.