2018 Nissan Armada Platinum Reserve Debuts at Texas State Fair
In an effort to lift spirits after Hurricane Harvey, Nissan unveiled its 2018 Armada Platinum Reserve large SUV at the Texas State Fair in Dallas. Claiming that Nissan’s Armada flagship large SUV is “reigning SUV of Texas,” company officials revealed its most sumptuous and luxurious Platinum Reserve variant equipped with the automaker’s new Intelligent Rear View Mirror feature with tiny display from the reversing camera. Nissan’s high-end Platinum Reserve Armada reaches dealerships in late October with a suggested retail price of $62,985 (including destination fee) for 2-wheel drive (2WD) and $65,885 for 4-wheel drive (4WD).
The 2018 Armada Platinum Reserve variant adds treatment extras to the Platinum trim level including Dark Chrome exterior trim for the front grille, door handles, and outside mirrors, in addition to premium wood interior trim with two-tone chocolate and black leather seats that feature special stitching and embossed “Platinum Reserve” badging on the seats and center console lid. The Platinum Reserve trim level rides on 20-in. Dark Chrome alloy wheels. This body-on-frame SUV is powered by a 5.6-liter V-8 engine that produces 390 horsepower and 394 lb.-ft. of torque when matched with a 7-speed automatic transmission.
The Platinum Reserve variant and other 2018 Armada trim levels also host an array of optional safety and security systems, including forward-collision warning, back-up intervention, and 360-degree View Monitor. Also on display at the annual event that began Sept. 29 at Fair Park in Dallas are three new 2018 Nissan Midnight Edition black appearance treatments for the Frontier midsize pickup and the Titan and Titan XD large pickups.
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