In the late 1990s, Lincoln took a large SUV, gave it an over-the-top interior and called it the Navigator. Little did they know they had just begun a large SUV craze that would last for the better part of the next decade.
Relatively late to the party, Nissan introduced the full-size Armada in 2004 as an affordable alternative to the Infiniti QX56. (The corporate cousins no longer share a platform, which the Infiniti stopped using in 2010.) Despite minor facelifts and updates, the Armada hasn't been redesigned since its debut, and remains in first-generation production.