2019 Nissan Armada Model Review

14/19  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.8  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
8
Seats
16.5-171.1  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2019 Nissan Armada?

Sport-utility vehicles have been around for an extended amount of time, and they'll definitely be around for many more decades. These huge, four-door trucks come in compact, mid-range, and large sizes. The 2019 Nissan Armada is the quintessential SUV because it displays all of the fine qualities such as size, power, luxury, convenience, and performance.

For 2019, this vehicle has retained many of its past features, especially when it comes to interior and exterior styling. On the other hand, this SUV comes equipped with a handful of new safety features. This includes adaptive-cruise control, automatic emergency braking, rear-door alert, and forward-collision warning. Let's take a closer look of this top-tier SUV.

2019 Nissan Armada Interior

A Huge set of Features on Four Strong Trims

The 2019 Nissan Armada will come in a number of trims, including the SV, SL, Platinum and Platinum Reserve. This vehicle is simply big and bold as it can seat up to eight passengers. From finely crafted seats to ambient lighting, this SUV has it all. Depending on the trim of choice, consumers will have access to a number of features such as two-toned, leather-appointed seats and dark chrome wheels. The seating will also display contrast stitching.

This SUV has been custom-fitted, custom-designed and durability-tested. Nissan Intelligent Mobility does a fabulous job of connecting your external devices to this advanced system. SiriusXM radio provides you and your occupants with hundreds of channels for entertainment. Nissan also offers up to five USB ports for music and charging. Technology allows you hands-free use without disrupting the attention while driving, and the built-in navigation system provides street-by-street instructions. Some of the other advanced features, include Google Assistant, Amazon Alexi, and remote access.

What's Under the Hood of the 2019 Armada?

2019 Nissan Armada Exterior FrontThe new Nissan Armada is no slouch when it comes to the power department. This vehicle's muscle comes from its 5.6-liter V8 that's direct-injected. Drivers will get more than 390 horsepower as well as 394 pound-feet of torque. Maximum towing capacity is registered at 8,500 pounds. Yes, this truck definitely has some pulling power.

For enhancement in throttle response, this vehicle has innovative VVEL valve control. This powerful engine is also composed of dual-overhead cams. Drivers will receive a quiet ride even at higher speeds while on the roadways, and more of the vehicle's power can be felt at lower speeds. The 2019 Armada also hosts a seven-speed automatic transmission.

Does the 2019 Armada Have New Safety Tech?

2019 Nissan Armada Exterior RearThe all-new Nissan Armada can adjust the amount of power when needed thanks to its advanced four-wheel drive system. To maintain control and grip, this system can automatically switch between four-wheel and two-wheel drive. This full-length boxed frame is very rigid, but the Armada supplies dual-stage front airbags, seatbelt sensors, driver/passenger airbags, and side-impact airbags.

Nissan goes a step forward by offering an abundance of preventive-safety features, including intelligent lane intervention, automatic-emergency braking, rear-door alert, and forward-collision warning. If you just so happen to have small children, then you'll feel at ease with child safety rear door locks. In addition to that, this vehicle has high-strength door beams.

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