However, fun does cost money. Granted, at this price (options can make it easily climb north of $100,000) International can afford to stock the crew cab with amenities like a touchscreen CD/DVD system, GPS navigation, ivory-faced sport gauges, leather front and rear seats, backup camera, overhead DVD player with 10-inch LCD screen, wireless headphones, five-channel amp, subwoofer, and multidisc CD changer.
Outside, despite its freakish size, the MXT is handsome. Its carbon-fiber power-dome hood sports a two-tone color scheme and chrome accents on the front and rear bumpers, tow hooks, and steps, and the combination is beautiful. Even the fuel-filler cap is chromed and embossed with the warning: "Fill Only With Banker Present." Okay, maybe that's just what it should say.