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For 2013, the Nissan Armada now offers Bluetooth, a USB port, sliding sun visors with courtesy light and a 4-way power passenger seat on the entry level SV trim. A new Platinum Reserve package adds 20-inch dark chrome rims, dark chrome trim and 2-tone leather seating. The SV and SL models can now be equipped with dual 7-inch rear seat monitors, which are standard on the Platinum model.
The 2012 Nissan Armada SUV receives some minor upgrades including a power rear liftgate and heated front seats now standard on the SL trim. The Platinum trim receives standard heated second-row seats and a padded center armrest with the Captain's-chairs option.
Nissan has revised the Armada lineup for 2010 to consist of three models: SE, Titanium Edition and Platinum Edition. All models receive new body-colored side cladding with chrome strip, while the SE 4X2 trims gain standard front seat side-impact airbags.
Last year's LE Preferred Package, which features heated seats, power rear quarter windows, power folding mirrors and Bluetooth, is now standard on the LE. Also standard on the LE is the tow package, which includes a seven-pin wiring harness, 3.357:1 axle ratio, larger battery and auto-leveling rear suspension.
The 2015 Nissan Armada full-size SUV is a throwback to the mid-2000s, literally, as it hasn't changed very much since its introduction 11 years ago. Compared to the Chevrolet Tahoe, Ford Expedition and Toyota Sequoia, the Nissan Armada feels dated and lags in fuel economy. However, it's still a roomy and comfortable driving experience. There's seating for eight passengers, and the third row is reasonably comfortable for adults. There's plenty of power from the big V8 engine, and the Armada can tow up to 9,000 pounds. A power-folding third row makes it easy to exploit the massive cargo hold, and of course there's 4-wheel drive (4WD) available for bad weather and muddy roads.