This is a beautiful truck with tons of room that I bought for my wife. I want to buy a Titan now for myself after owning this. The Leather seats are a bit hard for my rear end and the mileage is bad 12mpg usually but if you don't care about global warming and like 305 horsepower this is your ride. I put the 3 kids in for a trip and none of them can touch each other.
Great SUV for the money. If you use the mid grade gas it would give you 2 more miles per gallon. A lot of room even in the third row seats.
We made a bad decision when we purchased the 2006 Nissan Armada. After having the vehicle one month my wife and I were driving our four kids home and noticed the emergency brake light on. I thought I had accidently hit the emergency brake. When I put the brakes on to turn into our neighborhood, I heard the worst sound I ever thought a car could make. There was a terrible grinding sound from the front of the car that sounded like the front end was going to fall out. There was a slight loss of brake power as we pulled over to the side. The emergency brake was not on. After turning off the vehicle and turning it back on the light went off and there was no sound and the brakes were find. I started doing reserach online and found that numerous Armada owners of 04, 05, and 06 are having this problem. Some even more serious than us. To make a long story short, Nissan Armanda has a manufacturer brake defect that they are trying to cover up and will not take reponsibility for the problem. Please don't just believe me, research this for yourself. They charged us $875 for Brake Boosters and this was only a recommendation (but I have no choice with the lives of my wife and four children being in the car). Nissan is not sure what is causing this problem and are charging the consumer to have this problem fixed. Please be careful!!!!