The Armada’s powertrain may be a strong selling point to those who might’ve only been considering Chevys or Fords, there’s an additional buyer who may also want to take a gander over to their local Nissan dealership: Infiniti QX80 customers. As far as we can tell, the interior on our loaded $61,435 Armada Platinum was virtually identical to that of a loaded $89,845 Infiniti QX80 . The Armada’s interior features rich, high-quality leather, fancy wood trim, and ritzy white-contrast stitching throughout the cabin. The front two rows of seats are comfortable and spacious, and second row passengers get their own entertainment screens and a non-removable center console via an optional $450 package that’s best skipped. The third row, which in theory seats three, is probably best left folded down to boost cargo room. When up the rear seats are uncomfortable at best and probably spacious enough for one very small teenager or a couple toddlers. Regardless, that’s a similar problem the equivalent QX80 has, which, to reiterate, costs $28,410 more than this Armada.