No doubt the Armada is cool. Step on the gas and it pounces forward, and it looks aggressive. All the pillars are annoyingly thick however.
For the first 100000 miles we were pretty happy with it but at that point it kind of started to disintegrate. 6,000 dollars in one year on things that shouldn't go wrong like diffs and suspension components. Also, there's significant rust coming in around the rear wiper and the rear wheel arches. This is unacceptable on a 5 yr old car that is garaged every night.
Every time we've used it to do real work, it's broken. I like it but I sure wouldn't buy another.
Power, Handling, Ride
Rust proof it better please. narrow the pillars a bit.
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