2011 Nissan Armada Interior Features
2011 Nissan Armada interior features are tough to beat! The 2011 Armada comes loaded with all you could ever dream in an SUV, and Windsor Nissan has the Armada readily available for you to look at, test drive and own!
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2010 Nissan Armada
If you’re looking for brute power, the Armada is king. Its V8 engine can handle a car full of people, a minimum of 6,500 pounds in tow, and the gear that goes with it all. The three available trim levels offer a price point for almost everyone, with the Platinum model having all the luxury appointments of its competitors, but with a lower price tag.
The Nissan Armada is powered by a 5.6-liter V8 engine, with 317 horsepower, 385 lb-ft of torque and continuously variable valve timing, mated to a 5-speed automatic with tow/haul Mode. All three trim levels are available as rear-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive. And in some areas of the country, the Armada is available as a Flex-Fuel vehicle capable of using ethanol.
Despite its size and massive engine, the Armada is surprisingly responsive. It incorporates anti-lock brakes, active brake limited slip, electronic brake force distribution and brake assist. It also has independent double wishbone suspension front and rear, with the rear being auto-leveling. The Armada comes with standard automatic headlights, heated power outside mirrors and rear sonar for assistance while backing up. The differences between the three Armada styles start with the exterior. The SE sits on 18-inch wheels and a body-color grille, while the Titanium and Platinum get 20-inch rims and a chrome grille.
As for the interior, it comes with dual-zone temperature control, rear air conditioning with rear controls, cruise control, 8-way driver’s seat and speed-sensitive windshield wipers. The Titanium and Platinum trims add standard keyless ignition, Bluetooth, a 4-way passenger seat, power 60/40 third-row seat, leather seats and wood trim. Exclusive to the Platinum level is the Nissan Hard Drive Navigation System with XM NavTraffic, heated front seats with memory, and heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel. Seating eight people means someone is going to need to be entertained, so the Armada has a standard 6-CD system with MP3 playback, auxiliary jack and rear audio controls with wireless headphone capability and headphone jacks. The stereo can be upgraded in the Titanium and Platinum Armadas to a 12-speaker Bose system, while a 9.3GB Music Box hard drive and card reader are standard equipment at the Platinum level.
Nissan’s Bringing in the Diesel Engine!
To the UK, that is…
The Nissan Murano has been on sale in the UK since 2004, which isn’t anything new, but for the first time this year the Nissan Murano will have a Diesel Engine option!
We all know about the EU’s intense Euro5 emissions standards, and Nissan’s diesel engine will help the Murano keep its act in-line with them. The new Diesel Engine will get the Murano around 35.3 miles to the gallon and 210g/km CO2 emissions, which is much better than the gasoline engine.
The UK’s Nissan Murano – Diesel, will go on sale for about $57,781.
2010 Nissan Murano Review
The Murano is offered in three trim levels-S, SL and LE, All of which are available in either front- or all-wheel drive, and all are powered by Nissan’s ubiquitous and exceptional 24-valve 3.5L V6, which puts out 265 horsepower and 248 ft-lbs of torque. All models make use of the company’s second-generation continuously variable transmission (CVT). A limited-slip differential is optional on FWD models and standard on AWD models.
All 2010 Murano models feature a 60/40 split fold-flat rear seat, dual power mirrors, UV-reducing glass, push-button ignition, electroluminescent gauges, dual-zone automatic climate control, one-touch power windows and locks, remote keyless entry, tilt/telescopic steering wheel with cruise control, three handy 12-volt outlets and a 6-disc in-dash AM/FM stereo with MP3 capability.
The SL adds fog lights, rear privacy glass, an 8-way power driver’s seat, power return rear seatbacks and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls.
Step up to the top-line LE and the Murano gets 20-inch alloy wheels, automatic high-intensity discharge (HID) xenon headlights, dual heated mirrors, a power liftgate, Bluetooth phone system, an information center with a 7-inch screen, rear-view camera, a power tilt/telescopic steering column, driver’s seat memory, rain-sensing windshield wipers, a retractable cargo cover, 4-way power to the passenger’s seat, heated leather seats front and rear, wood accents, a Bose stereo system with speed sensitive volume control and XM satellite radio.
Several packages are available on the 2010 Murano. The Premium Package features a Bose stereo, XM satellite radio, a security system and more, while a Technology Package includes HID headlights, intelligent keyless entry and ignition and rain-sensing wipers. A leather package, navigation and music package and a DVD package are also available.
Standard safety features on all 2010 Muranos include six air bags, traction and dynamic stability control and anti-lock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution and brake assist. The Murano returns 18 mpg city and 23 mpg highway.
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With a sturdy, fully boxed frame and 4-wheel drive, combined with a 4-wheel independent suspension, the 2010 Nissan Pathfinder offers a good combination of serious towing, hauling and off-roading ability while providing a competent and comfortable ride on-road. And with the same big V8 as the full-size Armada, the mid-size Pathfinder becomes both quicker and more capable, with towing capacity now up to 7,000 pounds.
2010 Chevrolet Tahoe
Both the Tahoe and Suburban are offered in LS, LT and LTZ models, with either rear-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive for each. Suburbans can be specified either as standard-duty 1500 models or heavy-duty 2500 models. The Tahoe can tow up to 8,400 pounds, while the Suburban 2500 can tow up to 9,600 pounds when properly equipped.
A 320-horsepower, 5.3L V8 engine featuring E85 capability is the only available engine option for the Tahoe, although a 6.0L is combined with an electric motor on hybrid models, making a combined 332 horsepower. The same 5.3L V8 is standard on 2WD and 4WD Suburban 1500 models and the heavy-duty Suburban 2500 comes equipped with a standard 6.0L V8, which makes 352 horsepower and 383 lb-ft of torque.
The 5.3L and 6.0L engines both come equipped with Active Fuel Management, which cuts off fuel to half of the cylinders in some conditions when full engine power isn’t needed.
The Tahoe Hybrid model, which joined the lineup in 2008, gets a 6.0L V8 as part of a 2-Mode hybrid system that is capable of powering the Tahoe at low speed on electric power alone, while at higher speeds the electric motor system assists the gasoline engine for more efficient accelerating and passing. The Hybrid has 8-passenger seating and can tow up to 6,200 pounds.
The stiff, fully boxed frame of Tahoe and Suburban helps provide the structure for heavy hauling and towing and also reduces vibration in the passenger cabin. There’s also extensive noise-reduction material used throughout the models inside the headliner, over the engine, in front of the dash and in door seals.
Luxurious LTZ models get a smooth Autoride suspension system, which has two modes of damping-one firmer, one softer-which it can switch between quickly depending on driving conditions.
Inside, the Tahoe and Suburban have a sophisticated instrument panel design, with LED backlighting and chrome accents, which is smoother and more car-like in design than most other full-size SUVs. Bluetooth hands-free connectivity is standard.
Roof-mounted head-curtain air bags with rollover protection, covering all three seating rows, are standard across the model lines, and side impact airbags are also now standard. StabiliTrak electronic stability control and anti-lock brakes are also included with both models.
Standout features available on the Tahoe and Suburban include a remote start system, heated seats for the first and second rows, a power-release fold-and-tumble second row, ultrasonic rear parking assist, a rearview camera system, touch-screen navigation, and an 8-inch rear DVD entertainment system.