The 2023 Armada doesn't have a complete NHTSA safety rating, although it did receive a three-star rollover rating. The 2020 model scored four out of five stars overall. Interestingly, it achieved the full five stars in the side-impact crash, but three out of five in the front and rollover crashes. No Nissan Armada safety reviews have been published by the IIHS either.
NHTSA safety ratings are not available at this time.
All Nissan Armada models come standard with ABS, EBD, brake assist, a rearview camera, and six airbags. Nissan's safety suite for the Armada consists of cruise control, lane intervention, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, rear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot warning, front and rear sonar, lane departure warning, driver alertness, and rear automatic braking, to name just a few. The only additions to the top-spec models include a surround-view camera and traffic sign recognition.
|Nissan Armada Trims||S||SV||SL||Platinum|
|Rear Parking Aid||S||S||S||S|
|Blind Spot Monitor||S||S||S||S|
|Lane Departure Warning||S||S||S||S|
|Lane Keeping Assist||S||S||S||S|
|Tire Pressure Monitor||S||S||S||S|
The 2023 Nissan Armada has an overall J.D. Power rating of 78 out of 100, and a specific quality and reliability score of 74/100. While this isn't bad, it's quite a drop from the pre-facelift model's quality/reliability score of 91/100.
2018 and 2019 models were all recalled for a rearview camera not displaying images on the center screen. The 2021 model was also recalled for a fuel pump module that could fail, but no recalls were issued for 2022-2023 models at the time of writing.
The Armada comes with a three-year/36,000-mile limited warranty and a five-year/60,000-mile limited powertrain warranty. However, the Nissan does not come with complimentary scheduled maintenance.