Rugged yet refined, the 2019 Nissan Armada full-sized SUV lives up to its name, with a distinctive style and generous interior space that indeed seems ample for an Armada. It has seating for up to eight and more than enough power to tow your weekend toys. Nissan has made a clear effort to keep up with its competitors by including ever more safety features and technology in recent years. The Armada shows the results of this, with more premium features included in its lower trim levels than much of the competition offers. It comes in four trim levels: SV, SL, Platinum, and Platinum Reserve, with two-wheel and four-wheel drive drivetrain options.



Standard Equipment and Capabilities

Each trim level of the '19 Armada is built on the same engine and transmission: a 5.6-liter DOHC V8 engine that makes 390 horsepower and 394 lb.-ft. of torque and is paired with a seven-speed automatic transmission. This powertrain provides enough power to tow up to 8,500 lb. - enough for a sizeable trailered boat. The Armada is built upon a rugged frame and fully independent rear suspension, which helps to keep the ride in control while it's pulling those heavy loads.

There are also plenty of technical features inside and out to help elevate your Armada experience. Some safety features are standard across all trims, such as the backup camera, automatic emergency braking, and intelligent forward collision warning. Standard for the SV trim level is also Nissan's NissanConnect 8-inch touch-screen display and navigation system. The Armada also helps to keep you focused on driving with the Bluetooth hands-free phone system and voice recognition for navigation and audio, so you never have to move your eyes off the road.

Bells and Whistles - Higher Trims

Although the '19 Nissan Armada has a lot of standard features for the SV trim level, the three trims above the base add more and more features and luxuries. The SL comes in as a great bang for the buck trim by adding remote start, leather seating, front and rear parking sensors, fog lights, a power liftgate, and heated chrome exterior mirrors with puddle lights to the already feature-dense SV level. For those who want no compromises, the Platinum gives you even more such as heated and cooled front seats, heated second-row seats, a heated steering wheel, blind spot intervention, and lane-departure warning and intervention. The Platinum Reserve trim acts as more of a luxury edition, adding more chrome plus wood and leather accents, second-row captain's chairs with a padded-top center console, and power-folding mirrors. This second-row configuration drops the seating capacity from eight to seven but maximizes comfort for the more-used middle row.

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