Nissan's 2004 Pathfinder Armada, the automaker's first full-size SUV, features a standard five-speed automatic transmission, technology largely reserved for luxury vehicles.
The Armada is built on an all-new platform and has a new 5.6-liter V-8 engine that produces more than 300 horsepower and more than 375 ft.-lb. of torque.
Exterior features include a chrome-plated steel front bumper and chrome front-door handles. Running boards are standard.
All Armadas have a tire pressure monitor system.
Interior features include fold-flat second-row and third-row bench seats and an elevated third-row seat. There will be an available DVD entertainment system with two wireless headphones and a remote control.
Armada can have as many as 14 cupholders that can hold 64-oz. bottles.
Nissan will assemble the Armada at its new $1.43 billion manufacturing plant in Canton, Miss. The SUV is set to go on sale nationwide this fall.
The Armada will be available in SE, SE Off-Road and LE models with 4x4 or 4x2 versions.
Wheelbase: 123.2 inchesOverall length: 206.9 inches
Nissan also unveiled on Thursday its 2004 Titan Crew Cab full-size pickup, which has a new 5.6-liter, V-8 engine.
The powerplant produces more than 300 horsepower and more than 375 lb.-ft. of torque.
Horsepower was Nissan's highest priority in creating this vehicle, the automaker says.
The Titan Crew Cab's spray-in bedliner represents a $20 million investment in Nissan's truck line in Canton, Miss.