The Armada is available in four different trims, each of which comes with a 5.6-liter V8 generating 390 hp and 394 lb-ft of torque, a seven-speed automatic transmission, and the option of four-wheel-drive in place of the standard rear-drive setup.
Every model comes with LED headlights, cruise control, heated mirrors, and a touchscreen infotainment system that includes an eight-inch display, navigation, Bluetooth, SiriusXM satellite radio, and a Bose 13-speaker sound system. Heated front seats, parking sensors, and forward-collision warning with autonomous emergency braking are also included. Further features that are available include a power liftgate, a power-folding third row, remote start, a surround-view camera, leather upholstery, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitoring. Top trims get a sunroof, heated and ventilated front seats, heated outboard rear seats, and lane-keep assist as standard.
The base model has access to the Driver package for $1,100, adding a power-folding third row, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, fog lights, a power tailgate, and a tow hitch receiver. The SL has access to two packages, one of which simply adds captain's chairs and a second-row console for $450. The other is the Premium package, which gives you blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, a power sunroof, and adaptive cruise control for $1,480. The Platinum model gets access to 22-inch wheels for $2,250 as well as the Platinum Reserve package which essentially adds the aforementioned wheels and the top trim's appearance enhancements, premium perforated leather, and interior trim. This costs $4,500, which takes the Platinum's price to $450 below that of the Platinum Reserve. However, you still have to pay $450 extra for the top model's captain's chairs. Yet, it begs the question of why the top trim exists at all.