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The Armada lineup starts with the $37,885 base SV model, steps up a notch to the $43,175 SL and tops out with the $50,455 Platinum (all prices include a $995 destination charge), though options can push the Platinum's price even higher.


Among the differences is that heated leather seats are standard on the SL and Platinum, but not available on the SV. In addition, a power liftgate and other features that are standard on the SL and Platinum are available on the SV in a $2,150 option package. The Platinum also comes with a standard power moonroof that is a $1,000 option on the SL and not available on the SV. If you want a heated steering wheel and factory-installed navigation, they're standard on the Platinum and not offered on the others.

There are other differences in standard and optional features on the Armada models that you can explore in the Research section, here.

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Answered by Rick Popely on June 15, 2013 in I'm Just Wondering , Nissan | Permalink

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