After being a die-hard chevy owner for the past 22 years, we decided to give the Nissan Armada a try (we were also considering the Suburban and GMC Yukon). We needed to increase the traveling space provided by our '05 Silverado 3/4 ton Crew Cab while maintaining the ability to pull a 7k lbs horse trailer. When we viewed the Armada, we were very impressed with the exterior design. We also liked the size as compared to a Suburban, and the price of a fully-equipped Armada as compared to a Yukon Denali. It drives wonderfully, has an impressive turn radius and is very spacious in the 2nd and 3rd row.
The automatic side mirror retraction really helps when getting into, and out of, the garage. The seat heaters are keenly appreciated and the his & hers memory seat is very useful. Love the "Sonar!"
Too early to tell overall. The only suggestion I can think of now would bev to have the Navigation system's destination screen sized smaller than the route screen (this may even be possible now).
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