The Japanese carmaker Nissan has released this week the price list for its Armada that has reached the 2013 model year. The change brings additional equipment but at the same time the starting price has gone up by $840 to $40,710 for the entry-level 2WD SV version. The high-end 4×4 Platinum is $1,060 more expensive as it now costs $56,180. It is important to mention that these price tags do not include the $995 destination fee.
Regardless of the version chosen, the 2013 Nissan Armada is powered by a V8 5.6-liter engine that produces 317 hp. This power unit is linked to a five-speed automatic transmission that can send those ponies to all four wheels or just two for the cheaper models. Customers are now able to get the full-size SUV with a Platinum Reserve Package that costs $2,090 and brings goodies such as dark chrome grille and outside mirrors; dark satin chrome interior accents, better two-tone chocolate / almond leather seating and 20-inch dark chrome alloy wheels.
Just as before, the Nissan Armada can be ordered in one of the three trim levels available, but the high-end Platinum now features as standard a seven-inch headrest DVD entertainment system. The base SV model features SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Bluetooth hands-free phone system and power-adjustable four-way front passenger seat.