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8.0
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On Features
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$35,043
BASE MSRP
$38,490
On Features
The 2011 Nissan Armada has a strong set of standard features, but with simplified builds it doesn't allow the vast combinations of options and equipment that you can find from Chevy or Ford.
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large heated and powered outer mirrors that are the right size for towing
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Terrific interior storage includes bins, pockets, and lots of beverage holders.
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top-of-the-line Platinum edition, which comes with virtually every feature you night want
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Nomenclature changes just a bit for 2011. Just as Nissan has done this year with most of its lineup, it's added a new mid-level SV model to replace the previous SE trim, and a new Armada SL replaces the Titanium level—leaving three trims, SV, SL, and Platinum, each offered with rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.

Unlike the full-size SUVs from GM and Ford, the Armada has a pretty simple lineup and a limited list of options. Automatic dual-zone air conditioning, a 60/40 split fold-flat third-row seat, keyless entry, rear parking sensors, and the ability to play MP3-formatted CDs are all standard features on the Armada SV, and over the previous SE it adds an overhead console, power-adjustable pedals, and other extras. SL models add Bluetooth hands-free, a Bose premium audio system, a rear-view monitor, leather upholstery, an auto-leveling rear suspension, and a power-folding third-row seat. And at the top of the line, the Platinum gets heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a moonroos, power rear liftgate, DVD entertainment, and a nav system with real-time traffic capability and hard-drive space for music storage.

Second-row captain's chairs are a standalone option; otherwise, a tow package will be a must-have for some as it taps into the full 9,100-pound capacity and brings a brake controller and 7-pin harness.

Conclusion

The 2011 Nissan Armada has a strong set of standard features, but with simplified builds it doesn't allow the vast combinations of options and equipment that you can find from Chevy or Ford.

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