Titanium 4dr 4x4
2010 Nissan Armada

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Engine Engine 5.6LV-8
MPG MPG 12 City / 18 Hwy
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2010 Armada Overview

The Nissan Armada is a full-size SUV, with seven-passenger seating, acres of cargo space, and a serious towing capacity.Armada is rated to tow a 9,000-pound trailer.There are no major changes for 2010.

New for 2010 are the Titanium and Platinum models, which slot roughly below and above (respectively) the now-discontinued LE.Both offer higher levels of standard and optional equipment than the base SE, and are distinguished by a fair amount of bright exterior trim plus leather upholstery with contrasting stitching.

Armada has a healthy V8 engine and five-speed automatic designed for serious work, yet tamed to smoothness and background hum; and independent suspension all around capable of delivering a good ride, accurate response, and durability off the highway.This is genuine 4WD in the vein of the Land Cruiser and Grand Cherokee, not merely an all-wheel-drive system for inclement weather.Yet you can drive it in urban settings without feeling you're piloting the QE2 down the Potomac.

Armada is a good vehicle if you need it.If you don't tow much or need the larger third-row seats, there are alternatives.With a set of four winter tires and 4WD, an Armada can go places that you never expected.Drive it and you'll discover a level of quiet strength and refinement you haven't before experienced in a Nissan truck.
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2010 Armada Overview

The Nissan Armada is a full-size SUV, with seven-passenger seating, acres of cargo space, and a serious towing capacity.Armada is rated to tow a 9,000-pound trailer.There are no major changes for 2010.

New for 2010 are the Titanium and Platinum models, which slot roughly below and above (respectively) the now-discontinued LE.Both offer higher levels of standard and optional equipment than the base SE, and are distinguished by a fair amount of bright exterior trim plus leather upholstery with contrasting stitching.

Armada has a healthy V8 engine and five-speed automatic designed for serious work, yet tamed to smoothness and background hum; and independent suspension all around capable of delivering a good ride, accurate response, and durability off the highway.This is genuine 4WD in the vein of the Land Cruiser and Grand Cherokee, not merely an all-wheel-drive system for inclement weather.Yet you can drive it in urban settings without feeling you're piloting the QE2 down the Potomac.

Armada is a good vehicle if you need it.If you don't tow much or need the larger third-row seats, there are alternatives.With a set of four winter tires and 4WD, an Armada can go places that you never expected.Drive it and you'll discover a level of quiet strength and refinement you haven't before experienced in a Nissan truck.Hide Full Review