The 2024 Nissan Armada has seen a significant price increase due to the elimination of its entry-level S trim, which previously started at $52,595. With the SL trim now becoming the base model, its starting price of $57,345 marks a $4750 rise. Other Armada trims, the SV and Platinum, have only a modest $150 price increase from last year, starting at $61,165 and $69,415 respectively. Adding all-wheel drive to these models costs an additional $3000.
In the large SUV market, the new Armada’s base price remains competitive, still being less expensive than most rivals. The Ford Expedition is slightly cheaper, while the GMC Yukon and Jeep Wagoneer are priced higher, starting at $60,195 and $63,595. The Chevy Tahoe, priced at $58,195, is comparably priced to the Armada.
No other major changes have been made to the Armada lineup for 2024. It continues to feature a 400-hp 5.6-liter V-8 engine paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission. Despite having one of the older platforms in its segment, the Armada recently underwent a modernizing update.