Updated Armada Offers More For Less Compared To Ford Expedition

Charleston Nissan touts the 2018 Armada's new entertainment, convenience features

CHARLESTON, S.C., Nov. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Nissan's 2018 Armada conquers the Ford Expedition in a new Charleston Nissan research page thanks to new entertainment and convenience features. The new Armada offers more power and technologies for the money compared to the 2018 Ford Expedition SUV.  

The refreshed Nissan Armada starts at $44,900 and comes with a 390-hp, 5.6-liter V-8 engine under the hood. Ford's 2018 Expedition is more expensive with a starting MSRP of $51,695 and less powerful 375-hp, 3.5-liter V-6. 

For 2018 the Armada makes a variety of premium features standard, including a 13-speaker Bose audio system with a CD player, satellite radio, a navigation system and much more. A convenient Intelligent Rear View Mirror (I-RVM) is also new for 2018 and is standard on the Platinum and Platinum Reserve models. 

This innovative feature receives a direct video feed from the camera on the back of the vehicle. Drivers can switch between a traditional mirror and live video on the rearview mirror with the switch of a button. The Armada's high-end Platinum Reserve model also comes standard with two-tone leather seats, exterior chrome trim, 20-inch dark chrome wheels and premium interior accents.  

Car shoppers can explore all the features and capabilities of the 2018 Nissan Armada with a test drive at Charleston Nissan. The car dealership specializes in new, used and Nissan Certified Pre-Owned vehicles with an onsite service department. For more information about the dealership's many products and services, visit charlestonnissan.com or call 854-999-4741. 

Media Contact: Ryan Downing, Charleston Nissan, 854-999-4741, rdowning@charlestonnissan.com

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