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The Armada does offer a bit more standard equipment than other full-size utes. 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 2010 Armada, which is offered in SE, Titanium, and Platinum trims.
Titanium models now add a host of major upgrades, including a heavy-duty battery, tow hooks, a towing hitch, a load-leveling rear suspension, roof rack rails, 20-inch wheels, and fog lamps, plus Bluetooth and upgraded Bose audio. Platinum models get convenience features such as a DVD entertainment system, puddle lamps, memory seat settings, heated seats and mirrors, a power rear liftgate, a moonroof, and chrome-clad wheels. A tow package taps into the full 9,100-pound capacity and brings a brake controller and 7-pin harness.
ConsumerGuide says there are several noteworthy options on the Armada, including a "power sunroof" and "Preferred Package" that includes "heated front seats," along with "power rear-quarter windows, [and] wireless cell phone link." Kelley Blue Book proclaims, "if your kids are all about high-tech gadgetry and love on-board toys, the Armada has you covered," thanks in part to its optional "rear-seat DVD entertainment." Cars.com also notes the navigation system's real-time live traffic information features.
The 2010 Nissan Armada comes very well equipped but doesn't offer the vast array of features and options that Ford and Chevy do.