Used 2010 Nissan Armada Platinum for Sale
Reviews for 2010 Nissan Armada
The Armada has been very quiet and comfortable. The easily flipped up second row seats makes it easy for the children to get to the third row by themselves. I'm getting used to handling such a large vehicle. The gas guzzling is, of course, a financial disaster. About a month after buying the car, I noticed that the rear wheels were angled outward, which looked very unsafe, as though they were about to fall off. The tilted tires were both ruined, stripped to the steel wires. The Nissan dealer said that it needed to be realligned - and that, with the weight of the vehicle and the design of the rear axle, needed reallignment every 15,000 miles. Since the car was at 17,000 miles when I bought it, it seems like the previous owner never performed that maintainance. And I was not informed about that difference in maintainance needs with this model. Ended up costing $500.
After owning 2 Expeditions (and having maintenance issues with both), I decided to try a Nissan. While only having had the truck for a short time, I can already say that I LOVE IT! The comfort and ride are both outstanding and when I step on the gas, it really moves. There are too many positives to list, so I will only touch on the items I feel could be a little better. Gas mileage. I am averaging between 15-16 mpg with a combination of city and highway driving. Having the power to move such a large vehicle does have a price. The second (and this is really minor) thing is it can take a little while to figure out the electronics and where all the controls are. I have pretty much gotten it down, but it took a couple of weeks and the user manual was only mildly helpful. Also, if you don't have long arms, a couple of the radio controls will be a reach for you. Would I recommend this truck? 100%
I traded in my old armada and got a new one, that tells everything.
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