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Nissan Armada

Overview

Manufacturer
Nissan

Production
August 14, 2003-present

Model years
2004-present

Body and chassis

Class
Full-size SUV

Body style
4-door SUV

Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel drive / four-wheel drive

Powertrain

Engine
5.6 L VK56 V8

The Nissan Armada is Nissan’s full-size SUV. It shares its body-on-frame F-Alpha platform with the Nissan Titan pickup truck, Nissan Xterra SUV, Nissan Frontier pickup truck, and Nissan Pathfinder SUV. An upscale version of the Armada was sold as the Infiniti QX56 from 2004 to 2010, when it switched to a platform based on the Nissan Patrol. All Armadas are currently built in Canton, Mississippi.

Contents

1 First Generation (2003-2015)
2 Second Generation (2017)
3 Availability
4 References
5 External links

First Generation (2003-2015)[edit]

Nissan Armada (WA60)

Overview

Also called
Nissan Pathfinder Armada (until 2004)

Production
August 14, 2003-present

Model years
2004-2015

Assembly
Canton, Mississippi (Nissan USA)

Designer
Toshio Yamashita, Diane Allen, Giovanny Arroba (2001)

Body and chassis

Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel drive / four-wheel drive

Platform
Nissan F-Alpha platform

Related
Infiniti QX56 (2004-2010)
Nissan Titan
Nissan Frontier
Nissan Xterra
Nissan Pathfinder (2005-2012)

Powertrain

Engine
5.6 L VK56DE V8

Transmission
5-speed automatic (RE5R05A)

Dimensions

Wheelbase
123.2 in (3129 mm)

Length
2004-2007: 206.9 in (5255 mm)
2008-: 207.7 in (5,276 mm)

Width
2004-2007: 78.8 in (2002 mm)
2008-: 79.3 in (2,014 mm)

Height
2004-2007: 78.7 in (1999 mm)
2008- 2WD: 77.2 in (1,961 mm)
2008- 4WD: 78.0 in (1,981 mm)

2008 Nissan Armada

2012 Nissan Armada Platinum

The Armada has a 5.6 L, 317 hp (236 kW), 385 lb·ft (522 N·m) torque VK56DE V8 engine, a 5-speed automatic transmission, and a choice of rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. Originally known as the Pathfinder Armada, the Armada was designed (in 2001 by Diane Allen) for the North American market and introduced in 2003 for the 2004 model year. The switch to the Armada name occurred in 2004, where it received new badges. A facelift was designed through 2006, being introduced in early 2007 for the 2008 model year.
The rear door handles are installed on the « C » pillar as a Nissan design tradition started with the 1986 Nissan Pathfinder. When the four-door Pathfinder was introduced, Nissan chose to conceal the door handles as a part of the « C » pillar trim to visually make it appear like a two-door truck with a camper shell, with conventional door handles on the front doors.
The latest Nissan Armada Platinum edition features a 9.3GB hard drive for storing music, and a CF (Compact Flash) memory card reader. The Platinum edition also features a power liftgate, and 3rd row seats that fold electronically.
It has a towing capacity of up to 9,000 lb (4,000 kg).
There are some Armadas that are capable of using E85. It was the only Japanese vehicle sold in the U.S. other than the Nissan Titan that can use E85 until the introduction of the E85 capable Toyota UR engine powered Toyota Tundra and Toyota Sequoia in 2009. The 2009 Armada has been updated with more standard features and options.
In 2010, new changes were introduced for the 2011 model year Armada, with two trim levels, SE and Off-Road, dropped from the lineup. The base trim is now known as SV, the middle trim is now SL, and the range topping trim is still Platinum. Prices range from $37,910 for the 2WD SV to $52,890 for the 4WD Platinum. In addition, while the Armada continues to be produced in the United States, it no longer shares the same platform as the Infiniti QX56, which is now produced in Japan.
The 2013 changes include Bluetooth and satellite radio standard on all models. The platinum model will offer a new Platinum reserve package. A new navigation system that has a larger hard disk drive (40 GB), is NavWeather capable, has Zagat Survey, has the ability to stream audio from Bluetooth and a USB port. The Nissan DVD Entertainment System now uses screens mounted in the back of the front head restraints replacing the previous single-screen system.
On August 28, 2013, Nissan announced that the next generation Armada will be based on the next-generation Titan and remain a body-on-frame full-size SUV, but will be streamlined a bit to conform within constricting environmental regulations in order to boost efficiency. It is also hinted that it will feature a hybrid version as well[1] However, on August 18 2015, Nissan announced that it will make a decision on the Armada’s future, but did not give out any details, as the 2015 models continues to be sold for the 2016 model year.[2]

Second Generation (2017)[edit]
Nissan unveiled the second generation Armada at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show, like the QX56 it is now based on the Nissan Patrol, the Armada will be built in Kyushu, Japan.
Availability[edit]
As of 2014 the Nissan Armada is available in the United States (including all US territories), Canada, Mexico, and the Middle East in LHD only.
References[edit]

^ « Nissan won’t downsize the next Armada » from Autoblog (August 28, 2013)
^ « The 2016 Nissan lineup: Charting the changes ». Nissan Official Media Newsroom. 18 August 2015. Retrieved 13 September 2015. 

External links[edit]

Official Nissan Armada website
Club Armada–Nissan Armada Enthusiasts Homepage
Russian Club Armada–Russian Nissan Armada Enthusiasts Homepage

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Nissan Armada.

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