Families, especially those on long trips, will appreciate the many storage areas. And if you want to go into pickup truck mode and put all the seats down, you'll end up with a cavernous 97 cubic feet of cargo capacity.
As for the driving experience, you won't be surprised at how heavy the Armada drives, because, well, it's a heavy vehicle.
But that doesn't mean it's not smooth. Even when you take bumps in the road, this mammoth absorbs them pretty well so that passengers won't feel them.
Steering, as you might also guess, requires a little more effort than what you would need in a Nissan Versa, but it is far from being cumbersome.
We didn't get to take the Armada off-road, but would guess that it is at least a serviceable performer there.
Our very well-equipped tester carried an MSRP of $44,940.
For folks who still need a vehicle this big and with this much power, the Armada remains a fine choice.