Nissan has bumped up prices for the 2023 Armada so it now sets back shoppers a minimum of $50,400 as opposed to $48,900 of the 2022 model.
The Japanese car manufacturer overhauled the Armada for the 2021 model year and updates to the 2023 model are minimal. In fact, the only changes are the inclusion of Amazon Alexa Built-In for the Armada SV, SL, and Platinum, as well as the fitment of a remote engine start, LED front fog lights, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with a universal garage door opener for the 2023 Armada SV and a heated steering wheel for the Armada SL.
Continuing to sit at the base of the range is the Armada S 4×2, priced from $50,400, up from the $48,900 of last year. The Armada S 4×4 is then available from $53,400 ($51,900 in 2022), the Armada SV 4×2 starts at $54,950 ($52,900 in 2022), the Armada SV 4×4 kicks off from $57,950 ($55,900 in 2022), and the Armada SL 4×2 is priced from $58,370 ($56,710 in 2022).
Rounding out the range is the Armada SL 4×4 starting at $61,370 ($59,710 in 2022), the Armada Platinum 4×2 starting at $66,720 ($65,300 in 2022), and the Armada Platinum 4×4 topping out the lineup priced from $69,720, up from the $68,300 of last year. All 2023 models also carry a $1,695 destination and handling fee, increased from the $1,595 of 2022.
All variants of the 2023 Nissan Armada come fitted as standard with a 5.6-liter naturally aspirated V8 engine pumping out 400 hp and 413 lb-ft (560 Nm) of torque. This engine is mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission with Adaptive Shift Control and Downshift Rev Matching that drives either the rear or all four wheels through Nissan’s advanced Auto 4WD system with an electronically controlled transfer case.