Being a BMW lover for years I must say this truck impresses me because of its handleing and manuvering in emergency situations, its comfort surpasses all styling in and out could not be better, I have a family of 5 and I am a trucker therefore i love driving always. on road trips this truck is the best purchase ever, and dont worry about fuel because if you have a mini cooper and the price goes to $10 gal we would still be buying it.
the DVD and Navigation and VDC systems
my only problem lies not with the truck but with the service dept they are the PITS especially the one in Lakeland Fla. so i'm having second thoughts making my second car a nissan.
This vehicle has outdone my expectations on all facets. I pull a 32 foot travel trailer with ease, and struggled with the suburban. Dealership was more knowledgable and willing to work with me to get a match on vehicle. Will never go back to the GM line.
I love the interior room, and the little features, cup holders, plug-ins, storage.
This SUV has the perfect amount of room on the inside BUT it is a PIECE of JUNK. The interior is cheaply made and easily scratched etc. I have had a tremnedous number of items replaced on the inside -the DVD player, DVD console in the ceiling, leather cover on a passenger seat, ac vent, volume control button on the steering wheel (this needs replacing again)drivers window had to be worked on 3 times, passenger window also, back of front passenger seat had to be replaced, brakes 3x's, lots of rattles when driving---it has NOT been a good experience. Love the size and the amenities in it but it is cheap!!!
I bought this 2004 Nissan Armada in 2003. I have 35,000 miles on the odo. currentlty. Let me add I haven't had a problem with the suv since I purchased it! Looks nice, pulls my 7,000 snowmobile trailer nice, and hugs the road fairly for such a tank.