In recent years, the full-size SUV class of vehicles has undergone somewhat of a transformation. While off-road capable models are still being produced, luxury features and styling are leading development in this category. The Nissan Armada is one such vehicle that offers a spacious, premium, and comfortable interior, with options for on and off-the-road. We want you to shop informed, so we put together this comparison of two full-size heavyweights. Keep reading for a comparison of the 2018 Nissan Armada vs the 2018 GMC Yukon.
The 2018 Nissan Armada lineup was designed to give families more premium features without breaking the bank. The 2018 GMC Yukon is formidable competition, but with lineup options including the extended version Yukon, and convoluted appearance packages, the Yukon lineup is definitely heavy on the pocketbook. As such, to make things easy for all of us, We'll be comparing the base trim levels of both models today.
|5.6L V8 engine||Entry-Level Engine Option||5.3L V8 engine|
|390 horsepower, 394 lb-ft of torque||Entry-Level Engine Output||355 horsepower, 383 lb-ft of torque|
|95.4 cubic feet||Max Cargo Room||94.7 cubic feet|
When considering a full-size SUV for you and your family, you have a lot of important considerations to make. Under the hood, you want to be getting the most power for your money. With the 2018 Nissan Armada's standard 5.6L V8 engine, drivers can maximize power with an output of 390 horsepower and 394 lb-ft of torque. In comparison, for about $3,000 more, the GMC Yukon offers a smaller engine, with lower output.
When transporting the family and everything that comes along with them, every inch of cargo space counts as well. The Nissan Armada beats the 2018 Yukon with 96.4 cubic feet of total cargo space with seats folded down. The 2018 Nissan Armada also offers premium features as standard across its many four trim levels. The anything-but-basic base trim level of the 2018 Nissan Armada is the SV. Standard features of the 2018 Armada SV include:
*Price is Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). MSRP excludes tax, title, license, options and destination. Dealer sets actual price.