The 2021 Nissan Armada full-size SUV got a refresh for the new model year, and although mild, it did bring some pleasant changes. It now has a big 12.3-inch infotainment screen and a 7-inch instrument display, a bit more power and torque, and standard driver assists such as automatic emergency braking, lane-keep assist and blind-spot warning. With these upgrades, it also costs a bit more than it used to.
Nissan revised the lineup of trim levels for 2021, too. It dropped the extra-plush Platinum Reserve trim, and added a new base S trim. That didn't stop the price increase, though, as the S trim with two-wheel drive starts at $49,895, an increase of $1,000 over last year's SV trim. Adding four-wheel drive increases the price of any Armada by $3,000. The Armada's base price does still squeak below that of one of its key rivals, the Chevy Tahoe, if only by $400. You can see the pricing for all the trim levels below.
- S: $48,895
- SV: $53,895
- SL: $57,295
- Platinum: $66,295