HARD TO FIND!!! LOCAL OWNER!!! ONLY 39,500 MILES!!! LOADED!!! 3RD SEATING!!! BACK UP CAMERA!!! BOSE PREMIUM SOUND!!! PARKING SENSORS!!! RUNNING BOARDS!!! AND MORE!!! PLEASE HURRY!!! PRICED TO SELL!!! Although full-size SUVs like the 2015 Nissan Armada aren't necessarily a great option for everyday family transportation, they continue to find homes in plenty of driveways across America. These heavyweight sport-utility vehicles are well suited for buyers who want to tow a boat or a trailer and carry a large family at the same time. If that's your lifestyle in a nutshell, the eight-passenger Armada will certainly meet your needs, though we'd steer you to a couple of its newer competitors first. The key to the Armada's capability is a truck-type body-on-frame design, which it shares with Nissan's Titan full-size pickup along with its 5.6-liter V8 engine. A properly equipped Armada can tow up to 9,000 pounds. While that's an impressive number for this class, the big Nissan loses points for its overly stiff ride, poor fuel economy (it's worse than rivals in this regard) and low cargo capacity. Our top picks for a full-size SUV are the 2015 Toyota Sequoia and Ford Expedition. The Sequoia isn't much better in the fuel economy department, but it's a supremely comfortable vehicle that excels at transporting both people and cargo. The Expedition has a high tow rating of its own and that, along with an updated cabin with roomy quarters for passengers and an efficient new turbocharged V6 engine, makes it better than ever for 2015. You may also want to look at the newly redesigned Chevrolet Tahoe and GMC Yukon siblings. It's important to keep in mind, though, that due to their size and weight, all of these vehicles can be cumbersome to drive in crowded areas, and regardless of which powertrain you choose, you're not going to see 20 mpg very often. For these reasons, the majority of buyers would be better served by a large crossover like the 2015 Chevrolet Traverse, Mazda CX-9 or Toyota Highlander. These car-based vehicles have as much or more interior room than any of the traditional SUVs above. Plus, they return better fuel economy, they're easier to drive day-to-day, and they'll typically cost you less money up front and down the road on maintenance. Bottom line, the 2015 Nissan Armada will do the job for buyers who need a capable SUV to haul a trailer and the family. However, it's not the best full-size SUV on sale in 2015, and buyers who don't truly need its heavy-duty capabilities will likely find that a large crossover is far more enjoyable to drive in the everyday grind.
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