2024 Nissan Armada Changes
The Nissan Armada returns for 2024 with few significant changes. The base S trim has been dropped.
Choosing Your 2024 Nissan Armada
The 2024 Nissan Armada is available in three trim levels: SV, SL, and Platinum. Base prices for the Armada range from $57,345 to $69,415.
2024 Nissan Armada Engine Options
All Nissan Armada trims are powered by the same engine; a 5.6-liter naturally-aspirated V8 that develops 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque. A seven-speed automatic routes power to the rear wheels and a permanently-engaged four-wheel-drive system with low range is available for $3,000.
2024 Nissan Armada Fuel Economy
The Armada returns EPA estimates of 14 miles per gallon city, 19 MPG highway, and 16 combined. Adding four-wheel drive drops those ratings by one MPG point. To compensate, the big SUV features a large 26-gallon fuel tank to provide a range of about 400 miles.
2024 Nissan Armada Towing Capacity
The Armada is rated for hauling up to 8,500 pounds and is equipped with an integrated trailer brake controller, hitch, and wiring as standard.
2024 Nissan Armada Dimensions & Cargo Capacity
The Armada stretches to 209 inches in length however, that does not directly translate to a spacious interior for all of its eight passengers. The third row is best allocated to small humans with its measured 28.4 inches of legroom. Space behind the third row is 16.5 cubic feet and grows to 49.9 cubic feet with the seat backs folded and 95.4 cubic feet with both rear rows folded.
2024 Nissan Armada Safety
All trims receive automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind-spot detection with rear cross-traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, and front and rear parking sensors. The SL trim additionally features a surround-view monitor and the Premium trim adds an advanced reverse automatic braking system and traffic sign recognition.
2024 Nissan Armada Technology
The Armada is equipped with a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and SiriusXM connectivity while a Wi-Fi hotspot, remote vehicle-connected services, and navigation with door-to-door hand-off are also included. The SL trim features a Bose sound system and the Platinum trim fits two eight-inch monitors in the front seat headrests with an HDMI input for rear passenger entertainment. The SV features four USB ports and a wireless charging pad while the SL trim adds a household outlet.
2024 Nissan Armada Trims & Prices
2024 Nissan Armada SV - MSRP From $57,345Build & Price >
The S trim has been dropped from the line-up and the SV trim is the new base trim.
It carries over the features from last year’s SV trim, with 18-inch wheels, automatically leveling rear independent suspension, LED headlights and fog lights, chrome finishes for the grille, window trim, and door handles, silver roof rails, auto-dimming heated mirrors with integrated turn signals and puddle lights, and proximity entry as standard.
Inside, the Armada includes synthetic leather seats heating and 10-way power-adjustability for the driver and eight-way for the passenger, a seven-inch driver information display, dual-zone climate control, and one-touch auto-up front windows.
2024 Nissan Armada SL - MSRP From $61,165Build & Price >
The SL trim adds more notable features such as a power tailgate, 20-inch painted wheels, leather seats with driver position memory, a heated steering wheel, and a sunroof. The Midnight Edition Package ($1,990) returns with its dark-color theme inside and out with black-painted mirrors, roof rails, grille inserts, front and rear lower bumper fascias, emblems, and interior trim. The seats are wrapped in black leather and the headliner is a black fabric.
2024 Nissan Armada Platinum - MSRP From $69,415Build & Price >
The top Armada trim wears 22-inch machine-finished wheels, chrome mirror caps, quilted leather seats with ventilation for the front row and heating for the second row, a power-folding third row, maple wood interior trim, rain-sensing wipers with a heated park area, and speed-sensitive power steering.
The Armada can feel outdated, especially as the price climbs higher. We’d stick with the SV trim to maximize the value prospect.