The 2022 Nissan Armada is available now at U.S. dealerships. The base price is $50,395 including a Destination and Handling fee. It is slightly more expensive than its predecessor.
Changes for the 2022 model year include adding a one-touch power-folding function to the 3rd-row seat on the Platinum grade and a special Midnight Edition Package with a black-out cabin and exterior.
As before, the Nissan Armada offers four trim levels. The entry-level version is priced at $50,395. The top Platinum with AWD starts at $69,795.
By the way, prices for the 2022 Armada increased by $400 for all grades compared to the previous model year.
In 2021, the Nissan Armada has found nearly 2,500 buyers every month. This is not the highest sales among competitors. For example, monthly US sales of the Ford Expedition or the Chevrolet Tahoe are 2-3 times higher.
At the same time, the demand for the Nissan Armada in America is stable. Moreover, this trend has been observed for more than one year in a row. This means that the Japanese flagship has carved out its niche and gained its clientele.
As for the slight price rise for the 2022 model, it’s justified given the new options.