Just bought this the day before a 700
mile trip and love it. Drove it in all
weather and roads including on the
beach. The kids loved the rear seats
which recline and have tons of leg
room. 6'-0" + in the front and back not
a problem. The acceleration is awesome,
it is a brute but rides smooth. The gas
mileage is horrible but so is all the
competition. Nothing it's size does
better but they are slower and ride
rougher. The interior doesn't look like
a crappy pick either. No one gets car
sick in the 3rd row anymore (had a
Durango). We had 3 adults in the 3rd
row and it was a little tight. Tons of
features on base model. Drive on and
you'll buy it.
Interior room, reclining 2nd row seats.
Power is awesome. Great exhaust sounds.
Interior fit and finish not the best
but I don't really have any complaints.
Cloth interior is not the most kid
friendly. Nissan doesn't offer much in
the way of incentives other than it is
a much better SUV than Ford or Chevy.
2004 Nissan Armada SE Off-Road Rwd 4dr SUV (5.6L 8cyl 5A)
this vehicle is a giant. It is fun to
drive, gereat for the family and well
worth the money. It's too bad it took
this long for Nissan to realize it
could compete in this market. They
deserve more market share than they
have. I love it.
power, ride, and size
gas mileage and re-design of the roof
rack. Wind noise at times with
Incredible truck. Great drive,
performance and exhaust note.
Interior room is excellent, stereo
sounds great. Navigation system is a
great toy and gets you where you want
2,600 miles since delivery, leaking
transfer case and warper rotors. we
will see how dealer and manufacturer
Power rear lift gate
Some things are missing in a $45,000
Locking fuel door
Automatic door locking at 15 MPH
Ignition switch looks/feels cheap
Needs some wood trim
DVD screen rattles over bumps
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