The Nissan Armada is Nissan’s full-size SUV. Introduced in 2003 for the 2004 model year, the Armada is Nissan’s largest SUV by weight and wheelbase, and is based on Nissan’s F-Platform, which is used primarily for their pickup trucks. All Nissan Armadas are built at Nissan’s plant in Canton, Mississippi – it is also where the newest generation Muranos are built as well. Though it was introduced in 2003, the Armada has seen little change in its designs over the years, and is still in its first generation. It is one of Nissan’s largest vehicles and certainly its largest SUV, and you can learn more about it via this helpful link.
The Nissan Armada currently comes available in four different trim packages, starting with the Armada SV. All four models, regardless of price, feature the same 5.6L V8 engine capable of 317 horsepower and achieving 13 city/19 highway miles per gallon. The SV, priced at $37,590, is the entry-level trim line for the Armada, and features 18″ aluminum-alloy wheels, a Bluetooth-powered hands-free system, a rear sonar system and dual zone automatic temperature control. The SL, next up on the trim line, is priced at $42,680 and features all the SV does plus heated leather-appointed seats, 20″ aluminum-alloy wheels, a rearview monitor system and the Nissan intelligent key system. The Platinum is next up, coming in at $49,960, and features Nissan’s in-house navigation system, Nissan’s mobile entertainment system with dual 7″ monitors, 20″ chrome-clad aluminum-alloy wheels and a powered glass sunroof. The Platinum also features an optional Platinum Reserve Package, which makes up the fourth (and highest-priced) trim level; priced at $52,050, it includes all the Premium features plus a dark chrome exterior trim, 20″ dark chrome-clad aluminum-alloy wheels, and 2-tone chocolate-and-almond interior.
Shipping a Nissan Armada is usually no easy feat, though it is far from impossible. As Nissan’s largest sport utility vehicle, and built on the same line as their full-size pickup truck, the Titan, it’s a big vehicle – much larger than most of their other SUV’s. This makes shipping it more expensive, as there is a lot more weight that auto shippers have to account for; additional size and weight means lower fuel consumption, which means more frequent stops to refuel, which puts more time on their journey and makes it longer and costs them more money. To compensate for that, they charge the people whose vehicles are causing those problems and delays, so accept it – if you want to lower your auto transport price, buy a smaller car.
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