Compare: 2017 Nissan Armada vs Chevrolet Tahoe

 

Full-Size SUV Face-Off: Compare the 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe in Sterling to the 2017 Nissan Armada

Strong. Powerful. Luxurious. Capable. Full-size body with full-size attitude. If that's what you're looking for in your next large SUV in Dulles or Sterling, then you can't afford to miss out on the all-new 2017 Nissan Armada.

This new model is poised to be a top-seller in Chantilly, Leesburg, Ashburn, Herndon, Reston, and Washington DC. With premium materials and features easily accessible even on entry-level models, the new Armada is back and better than ever for 2017, and ready to compete with top rivals like the 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe. The whole team at Brown's Dulles Nissan is excited about the arrival of this new SUV into our inventory, and we want to get you excited, too.

Read below to compare new full-size SUVs to view price and performance, features and options, and more.


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2017 Nissan Armada vs 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe: Why Buy Armada?

On the fence about which large SUV to park in your driveway? Check out these quick reasons why the Nissan Armada is a must-have for the Virginia driver on the go.

  • Destination charge--as well as price--is more affordable for all Nissan Armadas than all Chevrolet Tahoe models
  • Want a fully-loaded full-size SUV? The Armada Platinum will cost you nearly $5,000 less than the Tahoe Premier, and you'll still get tons of standard features and technology
  • Standard features for the base 2017 Armada SV include LED low beam headlights, LED daytime running lights (DRL), side mirrors with integrated turn signals, dual-zone front air conditioning, proximity key, driver and passenger heated seats, and front armrests--you won't find any of that in the base 2017 Tahoe LS, even though it's over $3,000 more expensive
  • The standard, 13-speaker Bose premium audio system found in the new Armada blows the Tahoe's tinny 6-speaker sound system right out of the water
  • Cargo room for the two SUVs is about equal: 16.6 cu. ft. - 95.1 cu. ft. for the Armada, and 15.3 cu. ft - 94.7 cu. ft. for the Chevrolet Tahoe
  • Both Armada and Tahoe boast three rows of seating for up to eight passengers
  • The Tahoe's 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 produces less horsepower and less torque than the Armada's Endurance 5.6-liter V8 engine
  • Both SUVs come standard with rear-wheel drive systems, but 4WD is available on both vehicles: the Armada offers All-Mode 4WD, while the Tahoe offers 4WD with Autotrac® 4WD active transfer case
  • Need to tow? The Tahoe is surprisingly competitive, able to trailer up to 8,300 pounds to the Armada's max 8,500 pounds



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    See Why the New Nissan Armada is Dominating the Competition in Sterling

    Did this competitive comparison whet your appetite for a stunning new full-size SUV? If you've got large needs that demand a large vehicle, the luxurious new 2017 Armada is a model without equal. So let the 2017 Tahoe drive on by, and get behind the wheel of Nissan's newest hauler.

    If you're not ready to upgrade to a full-size option, consider another one of our new Nissan SUVs--each is more competitive than the last, and ready to satisfy your every daily driving need.