Two weeks ago I bought a used(6mo old) armada with 20K on a odometer. So far I am completely satisfied and enjoy driving it very much. It still smells new. Planning for some light off- roading, and will report back for off- road experience.
MP3, AUX input which is very handy for hooking lap-top to watch DVDs and hear it from all 10 speakers. speed-sencetive volume does a good job compared to other vehacles I drove with this future.
My wife and I were looking to trade in our Chevy Venture for a full size SUV. My first thought was ok now I get my Tahoe, NOT, after I drove the Armada there was no way I was getting a Tahoe. This thing is great, extreme comfort, powerful, and ROOM to spare. I love it.
Comfort and drivability, plenty of room for the kids, fold flat rear seats, And of course the power.
One thing I did like about the Tahoe is the active fuel management. Maybe Nissan can come up with something like that.
I purchased this SUV in August 2006, after shipping my old pathfinder abroad. The body style is unique among all the SUV brands. It has a lot of leg room, good entertainment system and numerous storage places as compared to its competitors. It drives beautiful and stable on highway. It took me half tank from Pembroke Pines to Orlando within 3 hours, pretty good on gas on highway driving. I won't trade in for any other model because of its unique body.
The sound and entertainment system and also the tire pressure monitors. I love the 3rd roll seats for my grand kids.
The controls on the steering for music and cruise control, should be made to illuminate or glow in darkness to enhance use when drving at night.