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2011 Nissan Armada Photo
4.0
/ 10
On Green
BASE INVOICE
$35,043
BASE MSRP
$38,490
On Green
Armada's 12 mpg city rating is about the lowest it gets in this class, or in the market, for a standard engine.
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Expert Quotes:

13 mpg city, 19 highway (rear-wheel drive); 12/18 (4WD)
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Among normal vehicles—and we're not counting exotic supercars here, or ultraluxury cars—the Nissan Armada 4WD's fuel economy numbers of just 12 mpg city, 18 highway are about the lowest it gets in today's market. In today's green-conscious market, what if your neighbors found out?

While we'd like to dismiss these very non-green figures as an aberration, we've seen it with out own eyes (and fuel budget) in repeat drives; Nissan's full-size trucks (and this V-8) are far from fuel-efficient—even when compared to full-size V-8 trucks from GM, Ford, or Toyota.

Conclusion

Armada's 12 mpg city rating is about the lowest it gets in this class, or in the market, for a standard engine.

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