2017 Remodeled SUV: Nissan Armada

Jan 29, 2017 07:22 PM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

The first Nissan Armada was originally made in 2000. This year, the Japanese automotive company is back with their remodeled Armada. This big sized SUV of three-row can definitely tow and venture beaten paths and can comfortably manage an urban grind on a daily basis.

As Nissan Armada is redesigned, it now boasts a much higher quality of its interior and a new sharp look with its exterior style. The full-size SUV offers a seat that is good for standard eight passengers.

Every unit of this model is built with a V8 5.6-liter engine that can go for a 390 hp and a torque of 394 pound-feet. The car's seven-speed transmission that is automatic is connected to a rear-wheel drive or a four-wheel drive system (optional) that comes with a low range. It also offers a standard tow mode function, hill start assist, and a limited slip differential.

The Japanese auto company also assures the safety of their buyers. They equipped the car with standard safety features such as traction and stability control, antilock brakes, front side airbags, rearview camera, and a full-length side curtain airbags. The company also added a forward collision warning, blind spot monitoring system, and an optional automatic emergency braking for front and rear collisions.

Nissan has also estimated that the 2017 Armada will run 14 mpg/ city, 19 mpg/ highway, and a combined of 16 mpg with a rear wheel drive. For the all-wheel drive, there is an estimated 13 mpg/ city, 18 mpg/ highway and a combined of 15 mpg. With 2017 remodeled and properly equipped, it can tow up to 8,500 pounds

This new version of Nissan Armada has a higher quality type of cabin that exceeds most of its rivals. It also has a V8 engine that performs a smooth and quiet driving experience. Armada is said to be more comfortable to drive and is less like of a truck to drive when compared to some of its SUV rivals with an offer of its more ground clearance which is great for off-road activities.

 

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