CARS.COM — Nissan unveiled a new 2017 Armada SUV at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show and the large three-row truck should look familiar — it shares a platform with its much more upscale sibling, the Infiniti QX80. It also borrows some of the luxury SUV’s styling cues.
Inside, the standard seating arrangement includes front buckets and second- and third-row bench seats to accommodate a total of eight people. A seven-seat configuration with second-row bucket seats is optional for the top-of-the-line Platinum trim level. Check out the gallery for more.