I purchased a 06 model less than 18 mos ago and we were involved in a rear end collison on the highway this week. We were struck by a delivery van going 75 mph. The only reason we walked away from this accident was the fact that we were in the Armada. My son was in the 3rd row seat at the time and only had minor injuries. Our SUV was a total loss and once I receive our settlement, I'll be purchasing another one. We are so thankful that we were in the Armada.
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