Compare: 2017 Nissan Armada vs Ford Expedition

 

Compare the 2017 Ford Expedition to the 2017 Nissan Armada to Explore Ultimate Versatility in Sterling

The exciting, powerful, and well-equipped 2017 Nissan Armada has landed at Brown's Dulles Nissan in Sterling, and we think this could be the model that coaxes diehard fans of competitors away from their favorite brands. If you're looking for the ultimate family hauler in Chantilly, Leesburg, Ashburn, Herndon, Reston, and Washington DC--or even just the ultimate all-road, all-situation SUV, this might be the one.

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2017 Nissan Armada vs 2017 Ford Expedition: Why Buy Armada?

Here are our top reasons why the Nissan Armada will be a better choice for you and your lifestyle:

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  • The Armada has a lower starting price and a cheaper destination charge than the Expedition
  • The 2017 Expedition uses a mixture of steel and aluminum for its body materials--the Armada, which boasts a body-on-frame platform for total stability, uses fully galvanized steel throughout, making it stronger than Ford's SUV
  • Even for its low starting price, the 2017 Armada offers standard features like Nissan Navigation System, dual-zone front air conditioning, a Rear Sonar System, heated seats, and a Bose® premium audio system; the base-level Expedition leaves you hanging, but charges you nearly $1,000 more
  • Standard lighting equipment for the 2017 Armada includes LED low-beam headlights, LED daytime running lights, and integrated turn signals in mirrors--you won't find those on the base Expedition


  • Even when fully-loaded, the Nissan Armada clocks in at about $8,000 less expensive than a top-of-the-line Ford Expedition. That's a lot of walking-around money
  • Both models seat up to eight passengers, and both offer nearly 100 cubic feet of interior cargo space
  • Both SUVs offer available 4WD, but Nissan's All-Mode 4WD with 2-speed transfer case is a tough competitor against Ford's Control Trac 4-Wheel-Drive System
  • The Armada's powerful Endurance 5.6-liter V8 engine produces more horsepower than the Expedition's standard 3.5L EcoBoost V6
  • Maximum towing capacity for the 2017 Armada is a whopping 8,500 pounds--more than some pickup trucks--while the Expedition's conventional tow rating is a mere 6,600 pounds



 

See Competitive New Full-Size SUV Features at Brown's Dulles Nissan

The competitive comparison above was just a small taste of the exceptional options, packages, engine performance, and capability that the new 2017 Nissan Armada has to offer to Dulles and Sterling drivers. So before you settle for a pricier model like the 2017 Ford Expedition, let our team show you why this incredible SUV is a total game-changer.

Not sure which body style is going to be the right fit for you? Browse all new Nissan SUVs available in stock to compare cargo space, seating, and ground clearance.