Nissan does not make things intuitive. For the price of a car like this i would expect better amenities. I had a 2004 Ford Expedition that was better thought out. Possibly petty items but: steering wheel volume / station change is poorly laid out particularly for a right handed person. Poor or absent clothes hooks in back and cargo. HUGE gap in cargo area behind seat so items fall out of reach. No coin dish. Loud AC compressor. HORRIBLE gas mileage.
If you're looking for a safe car for your wife or self and don't want to waste money on a Suburban, Tahoe, Land Rover, Range Rover, Land Cruiser, Escalade, Denali, Sequoia whatever - this is the perfect car. We've owned and/or tested and retested them all in all price points and with this trucks 10k towing capacity, it simply cannot be beat.
Couldn't be happier!
2008 Nissan ArmadaNole Girl - St. Petersburg, Florida05/14/2010
My brother and his wife bought an Armada, and we fell in love with theirs for the look, feel, luxury, and space. We really looked hard to find one with everything we wanted, including the Captain's chairs in the back. We couldn't be happier and receive compliments daily on the car!
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