The entry-level Armada SV is well-equipped for a base model, but features only basic driver-assist and safety features, including adaptive cruise, automatic emergency braking with forward collision alert, a rearview camera, and front and rear parking assist. Nissan’s rear door alert is a nifty feature that helps ensure you don’t forget items on the back seat. The SUV’s infotainment system is anything but basic, however, comprising an eight-inch NissanConnect touchscreen, navigation, Bluetooth calling and audio streaming, a 13-speaker Bose premium audio system with MP3/CD playback, and five USB ports. It’s just a shame that Apple CarPlay and Android Auto aren’t available on the Armada.
Auto-Dimming Interior Rear View Mirror, universal garage door opener, Power Lift Gate, Trailer Towing Harness, pre-wire and connector for brake controller, Power 60/40 3rd Row Seat, Front Fog Lights