This is a nice looking vehicle, however, I will state that I preferred a GMC or Chevrolet but my wife preferred the look of the Armada. ELECTRONICS: Currently, we only have 6,000 miles on it since purchase and the entire electronic system is having to be replaced. All the safety sensors stopped working for lane departure, forward collision warning, etc. The dealership states that this is what is causing the very poor display of the camera system as the backup camera display is that of a very cheap security system camera that is essentially useless. It is noted that the electronic system is a 1980's model that i assume they selected to keep the price down from that of the equivalent GMC or Chevrolet compatibles. EXTERIOR: For the most part the exterior of the vehicle has a nice look. That is until you start to drive it. In another attempt to apparently shave cost off the vehicle Nissan has thinned the sheet metal for the body panels that flimsy. In fact that the hood is so thin that as you drive down the interstate the hood will flex and bend in the wind. I assume it is only a matter of time the dents will start to show up on the doors and quarter panels due to this thin material as it will definitely not be able to withstand any type of impact. INTERIOR: Overall with the exception of the poorly chosen drivers display mentioned above the interior does have a nice look and the leather covering of the seats are adequate. That is until you sit on them. The front and rear captions chairs feel like you are sitting on aluminum bleachers. The seats are very flat, hard, and not form fitting in any manner. The best option you have for adjustment are the lumbar support, or incline/decline. OVERALL CONCLUSION: At first appearance this is a nice looking vehicle. However, in this case beauty truly is only skin deep. Nissan has taken the infinity look and stripped everything down from that point to make the vehicle as cheap as possible and it show once you have spent some time in it. If you are looking to purchase one of these vehicles I recommend that you spend more time in it than just a quick test drive around the block.
Handling is poor, is like driving a school bus. Seats are flat and hard, they don't wrap around your bottom or back. Instrument panel is behind the times as it is not digital and in color, something most models have at this price level, e.g. Tahoe, Pilot, Atlas. Sound system is below average. I am really unhappy and will probably trade it in within 1 year.