2022 Nissan Armada in white.

Nissan’s largest SUV gets a modest price increase and Amazon Alexa Built-in (for all but the base model) for the 2023 model year. The increase pushes the 2023 Nissan Armada’s base price just across the $50,000 line — the cheapest Armada will cost $50,400 for 2023, plus $1,695 in destination and handling fees.

The Armada is known for a near-luxury feature list and a burly standard V8, putting out 400 horsepower. It loses the towing war to domestic models like the Jeep Wagoneer but still posts a respectable pulling number at 8,500 pounds.

For the 2023 model year, every trim level other than the base S model gets Amazon Alexa Built-in. This feature enables you to play music, take calls, control smart-home devices, and more via voice commands. A level up, the Armada SV adds standard remote engine start, LED front fog lights, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with a universal garage door opener. The higher-level Armada SL adds a standard heated steering wheel.

2023 Nissan Armada Pricing:

Nissan also charges a mandatory $1,695 delivery fee to send you an Armada. That’s a surprisingly silly image.

Trim Level MSRP
Armada S 4×2 $50,400
Armada S 4×4 $53,400
Armada SV 4×2 $54,950
Armada SV 4×4 $57,950
Armada SL 4×2 $58,370
Armada SL 4×4 $61,370
Armada Platinum 4×2 $66,720
Armada Platinum 4×4 $69,720