The Nissan Armada is expected to get no changes for the 2019 model year. Although Nissan has actually not yet released official prices and specifications, it’s worth keeping in mind that the vehicle just recently went through a total redesign for 2017 after soldiering-on basically unchanged for over 10 years. The current version of the Armada brings the full-size SUV closer in line with the INFINITI QX80.
For 2018, the most notable change was a new range-topping Platinum Reserve Package with special two-tone leather seating, updated wood interior bits and different dark chrome accents with an MSRP of simply over $60,000. Although last year Nissan assured to introduce standard automatic emergency braking in the 2018 Armada, that has not been the case. The technology is offered as an alternative in the SL variation, and is standard in upper trims. This could change, but there’s no main word yet.
Buyers must be aware that factory discount rates and lease offers on the Armada tend not to change month-to-month to the very same degree as other models. As a result, we have the tendency to discover that there isn’t really much of a benefit in awaiting an extra offer to come along as we finish with more popular models like the Rogue and Rogue Sport.
There is no denying the upcoming 2019 Nissan Armada is an elegant and attracting SUV, from all angles. Design similarities with Infiniti QX80 stay. Nevertheless, its body has some more curves than the elegant cousin. The Armada is offered in 4 trim levels- SV, SL, Platinum and top end Platinum Reserve. Exterior colors are mocha almond, Hermosa blue, Forged Copper, Super black etc.
The curved design style continues in the cabin of the Nissan Armada. There are 4 upholstery options, based upon which trim you order. Material quality is good and as you go up trims, they enhance considerably. There are 3 rows of seats but the 3rd row is not matched for adults- as is the scenario with many competing models. The Platinum Reserve trim comes with two-tone leather. Cargo area is just 16.5 cubic feet.
Based upon production price quotes, we anticipate a release date in September 2018. Competitors include the Chevrolet Tahoe, GMC Yukon and Ford Expedition.