Used 2017 Nissan Armada SUV Consumer Reviews

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$27,395 - $44,990

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Good truck

sam, 11/26/2016
Platinum 4dr SUV 4WD (5.6L 8cyl 7A)
15 of 17 people found this review helpful

gas consumption but if you compare it to land cruiser , infinity q80, Tahoe premium 2017 they all do. 30k less than land cruiser, 20 to 25k less than infinity and about 12k less than Tahoe premium. So if you spend 1k more yearly on gas it does worth it. After all I will use it 2 years before I sell it the same price in Africa, I really love this truck.

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This SUV is a beast!

Michael C, 11/20/2016
SL 4dr SUV 4WD (5.6L 8cyl 7A)
13 of 15 people found this review helpful

After driving the behemoth Chevys / GMC's we almost bought the better handling Expedition except the interior was too drab. The Nissan by contrast is very well designed, comfortable, very (very) quick off the line, handles well and is very quiet. The auto AWD mode is easy to drive but once you switch to other modes, driving gets clunky fast. A couple of complaints however, one is with four children and the back seat in use we like to keep the smaller of the middle seats folded. Unfortunately there is no way to safely secure it in that position, which creates a safety hazard, as it could flip down onto the foot of a third row passenger. The middle row release mechanism is also difficult for kids to manipulate. The Nav and touchscreen interface is poorly designed and the bluetooth has trouble switching between phones of different drivers if the first phone is no longer in the car. Voice commands appear to default only to navigation which is odd. Those issues aside the performance and driving characteristics of this vehicle are second-to-none in this class. Basically you're getting the Infiniti which makes this car a great value.

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the most room

Larry, 07/22/2017
SL 4dr SUV 4WD (5.6L 8cyl 7A)
9 of 10 people found this review helpful

A comparison of full size luxury SUVs shows the 2017 Nissan Armada to be the best, especially for comfort and affordability. I particularly like the driver seat/front console configuration which allows for more room than any of the competition. It has significant luggage room and great space both in the front and back seat which places this SUV at the top of the luxury list. It is roomier in the front than any of the others save the Infinity which is its more expensive twin. Room for improvement include 1) on acceleration ...the way it is geared causes it to rev a little too much, 2) the headlight adjustment finds the dim lights pointed a little low for my tastes and 3) as a technophobe, I'd prefer better instructions with regard to understanding the electronics. That said, on the whole, this car, (which uses regular gas) is a delight to own and drive!

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Great Full Size SUV

Ben, 07/28/2017
SL 4dr SUV (5.6L 8cyl 7A)
5 of 5 people found this review helpful

Very spacious interior, seats 8, powerful engine and great towing capacity in its class.

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2017 Armada SL

Big Ed, 01/23/2018
SL 4dr SUV 4WD (5.6L 8cyl 7A)
5 of 5 people found this review helpful

Looked extensively at all the options. Less money than Chevy, GMC and Ford for the same type/options. Hard to see why the GM stuff is so much more. (For the record owned 8 new GM vehicles.) Compared against the old Ford, in short no comparison ( I have owned 5 new Ford vehicles). Quite good tow vehicle (very important to me). Very good room in the second row. IMPORTANT driver seat "sits" high (does go down enough for tall drivers, >6') this is one thing I live with. V8 has a more pleasant sound than the GM products and is very responsive. GM products do shift slightly smoother. The "bones" of this truck (sold over seas as the Nissan Petrol) is much more off road focused than either the GM or new Ford products. Please consider comparing to the Infiniti version (Q80) much the same vehicle. Suggest "Googling" Nissan Petrol to read overseas reviews.

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