2005 NISSAN ARMADA
One owner, well taken care of, great service records. We have 5 large dogs. Now we have a dependable roomy vehicle we can take road trips in with them but have something that also looks and rides good if we don't have them. Did not want a van nor a newer vehicle to put the dogs in.
2008 NISSAN ARMADA
Great for towing! Has a ton of room and handles like a car. A few rattles and some quality issues but overall a great truck. Interior is nicer than the sequoia.
2004 NISSAN ARMADA
Bought the vehicle for long haul trips. Also to transport sound equipment and for the towing capacity. Make sure you look the vehicle over well before making an offer.
2010 NISSAN ARMADA
I have had two different Armada's, totally happy with them. Great towing capacity for its size and strong car. Totally recommend this car.
2005 NISSAN ARMADA
Love the truck! Bought it because I have a new child and grandchild lol! Would've rated it a five but it sucks gas. Great features. Ready for a road trip!
2009 NISSAN ARMADA
After test driving several of the full size SUV makes, none compared to the Armada. Its powerful, reliable, comfortable, loaded with ergonomic amenities, and simply makes you look and feel like a million bucks!
Nissan Armada Information
Armada usually means "large moving things," and the Nissan Armada is a very large moving thing. With a 5.6-liter V8 engine, and towing capacity of up to 9,000 lbs., getting your trailer or camper has never been easier.
Debuting in 2004, the Nissan Armada is a full-size SUV that seats up to eight passengers in its three standard rows. Buyers can choose from three trim levels: SV, SL and Platinum. The Armada is cross-sold against the the Chevy Tahoe/Suburban, GMC Yukon, Ford Expedition, and Toyota Sequoia (the only word in the English language that uses all the vowels in the alphabet).
With this macho car, the base SV won't leave you wanting. Offering side-step rails, dual-zone automatic climate control, rear parking sensors, Bluetooth and USB connectivity. The SL trim adds 20- inch wheels, an auto-leveling rear suspension, leather upholstery, Bose audio, a power-folding third row and a power liftgate. Plus, with 317 horsepower and 385 pound-feet of torque, this car is one bad mama-jama.
Head and legroom are excellent in the first two seating rows. The third row offers high, stadium-style seating with adequate legroom, but short seat bottoms make this row one for the kids. Storage space is plentiful, with a generous supply of handy bins and nooks.
- The Nissan Armada is the Japanese automaker's biggest SUV offering.
- All Armadas are currently built in Canton, Mississippi.
- One reviewer summed up the Armada's towing capabilities as, "If you need a rig that hauls like a gorilla on steroids, the Armada's got you covered." Another wrote:"Most people think only American cars have the style, and power to tackle big jobs. But the Nissan Armada is here to rewrite the script."