The 2021 Nissan Armada checks all the driver’s key boxes and more!
Nissan is bringing a lot of cool features to the redesign of its flagship SUV, the Armada.
Nissan offers full capabilities, advanced technology and premium style, comfort and connectivity.
Now for the details: The Armada features a completely redesigned exterior that includes a new grille, new hood, front fenders, front and rear bumpers, new LED headlights and taillights, and a new exterior color. It is also the first vehicle to transport the new Nissan logo, which resembles the name Nissan, is located in the center of the sun. Pretty fancy, if you ask me.
Starting at $ 52,900, the 5.6-liter 8-cylinder SUV travels 14 miles per gallon in the city and 18 miles per gallon on the highway.
With a durable and rugged ladder frame, the Armada features a proven 5.6-liter Endurance V8 engine with a standard output of 400 horsepower that produces 413 pound-feet of torque. This horsepower allows for a towing capacity of up to 8,500 pounds for four-wheel drive and two-wheel drive models, when the property is so equipped.
Here’s a cool feature you won’t find in many vehicles: The Armada 2021 comes with trailer sway control in the SL and Platinum models. When the computer senses a sway, the trailer sway control kicks in and applies the brakes, slowing the SUV and eliminating shifting motion, resulting in a smoother and more reliable towing experience.
The seven-speed automatic transmission features adaptive shift control and downshift speed matching, which helps improve fuel efficiency through the use of its wide gear ratios, heater automatic transmission fluid and adoption of neutral idle control. Add to that a 26 gallon fuel tank and you’ve got plenty of range for any trip.
Normally the system operates in two-wheel drive mode, but it can distribute torque to all four wheels when road conditions warrant. This results in distribution of up to half of the torque to the front wheels on demand. It’s a cool feature.
A responsive four-wheel disc braking system is complemented by anti-lock braking, electronic brake-force distribution and brake assist – these are the basics Nissan is including to show it checks all the boxes.
Miamian’s love for going to the mountains and Nissan has it covered as well. The Armada comes with hill start assist, limited two- or four-wheel slip, and a vehicle dynamic control system that includes a deactivation switch for more control over the experience. Steering is provided by an engine speed sensitive rack and pinion power steering system.
Double wishbone front and rear suspension deliver a smooth, luxurious ride inside the cabin, whether you’re on the highway or off-road. Part of this comfort is attributed to the twin-tube shock absorbers present at each corner.
Inside, the redesigned center console is anchored by a new standard 12.3-inch color display – the largest in its class – with technology that feels seamless, allowing you to stay connected with features like Wi-Fi. -Fi standard and Apple CarPlay wireless standard. Wireless smartphone charging is also available, but it will cost you a bit more.
Nissan offers three option packs for the Armada. The SV Appearance Package includes 20-inch wheels, fog lights, auto-dimming rearview mirror with HomeLink, and a power tailgate. The captain’s chair package (SL and Platinum) replaces the second row bench seat with second row captain’s seats and the second row center console with padded armrest.
You can also consider the Armada Midnight Edition (SL class) package, which features unique 20-inch aluminum alloy wheels with 275 / 60R20 all-season tires, black exterior paint, black painted grille, runners front and rear painted black. black exterior plaques and logos. It also includes a black interior headliner, black interior trim, black leather-trimmed seats, cargo mat and Midnight Edition floor mats.
What you get in the 2021 Nissan Armada is a smart, sophisticated driving experience that makes you feel like you’ve made the right choice.
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