Nissan refreshed its full-size Armada SUV for 2021, making it more posh and rugged for the new year. The latest Armada gets some additional features, an upgraded interior and a little more power from its standard V-8 engine. All of that will cost you, however: Despite a new base trim level, pricing starts $1,000 higher than before.
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The 2021 Armada starts at $49,895 for a new base rear-wheel-drive trim, called the S, which will be a later addition to the lineup. (That’s still pricier than 2020’s cheapest Armada, the $48,895 SV.) For four-wheel drive, the S model will start at $52,895. It’ll join three returning trim levels available at launch: SV, SL and Platinum, with rear- or four-wheel drive available across the board. The RWD SV trim starts at $53,895 for 2021 — $5,000 more than the outgoing SV trim; all prices include destination.
Other Armada trims are priced as follows:
- SV, 4WD: $56,895
- SL, RWD: $57,295
- SL, 4WD: $60,295
- Platinum, RWD: $66,295
- Platinum, 4WD: $69,295
Aside from refreshed exterior styling and a more upscale interior, the 2021 Armada gets a new 12.3-inch touchscreen atop a revised center control panel with touch-sensitive climate controls. Other new standards include wireless Apple CarPlay (Android Auto is wired, however), Wi-Fi hot spot capability and more USB ports.
The new Armada still has an impressive list of standard safety equipment, including forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind spot intervention, lane departure warning and intervention, adaptive cruise control and a driver attention alert system. Safety options include a camera-based rearview mirror, backup intervention and traffic-sign recognition.
The 2021 Nissan Armada is on sale now.
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