2020 Nissan Armada Platinum Reserve: Review

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
On the Road
It may be large, but with 390 horsepower on tap the Armada is surprisingly quick. Negotiating backroads of varying surface conditions east of Seattle was not a problem for this big SUV — the ride is quiet and smooth. Granted, Armada has the body-on-frame construction of traditional SUVs and pickups, but it doesn’t feel like a truck. In fact, Armada would be a great choice for family road trips. When roads get long and winding the massive Armada holds its own — steering is better than expected, and even at high speeds this big SUV feels stable and comfortable.

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