FL_Crushin said:Had to laugh on that one. Probably based on trips to the stealer for repairs. We know that we've had some brake issues and '04 stuff as well. The funniest thing is that they don't mention the Armada at all. Most of the others would mention any vehicles sharing badges and mechanicals, like Ford/Mazda, guess the Armada didn't share the same electrical issues (??) as the Infiniti. Maybe some QX guys can shed some light.
suenissan said:Go Armada/QX56! -- WORST rated vehicle by Consumer Reports -- over 50 % of owners had to drag their sleds to the trashbag dealers for REPAIRS.
I wouldn't know.suenissan said:Love my mada about as much as a wife who would screw the whole neighborhood.
Dude, you've already lost any bit of credibility you had. Sound like a weeping GM marketing guy maybe, cruising forums of the market share takers.suenissan said:Go Armada/QX56! -- WORST rated vehicle by Consumer Reports -- over 50 % of owners had to drag their sleds to the trashbag dealers for REPAIRS.
Exactly my point my Qx56 didnt have any major problems like GM SUV's but since it was a first year model it had little annoying noises and that brake problem(which was fixed by the dealer on the first try).I think, perhaps, the more money you spend, the less patience you have with problems and having to go back to the dealer. (And yes, this is from personal experience)
casinojames said:Hmmm....nobody's (press)talking about the reliablity of other manufactuers when they put a completely new design on the road. It took years for ford and chevy to redesign there full size SUVee's and I still chose the Armada over the new Expedition. The New Tahoe/Yukon looks promising but I have no plans to trade. Nissan made a bold move with the Armada/QX and the results are pretty impressive. Give this bad boy a couple more years and chances are I'll get another one. "
I agree. It seems as though Nissan has made giant steps with improving the problems unearthed in the '04's with the '05. And, it seems that there are not a lot of posts, as of yet, of problems with the '06.
If Nissan keeps true to form, I would bet in a couple of model years the Armada will be a more solid performer.
Well put! I'm not even sure what the point of post like this is. Like we are all gonna go out sell our trucks based on some report in a magazine.inf3rno said:can someone ban this guys please? come here to talk trash.. bah :machinegu
Troll.suenissan said:Oh for all you mada junkies: feast your eyes on this direct quote from Consumer Reports:
"According to the newest data from Consumer Reports, Nissan Motor's full-size Infiniti QX sport utility vehicle has the worst ratings possible for the reliability of its electrical system, brakes, body integrity, power equipment and body hardware. It is 300% less reliable than the average car, and a QX owner must feel the way an owner of an E.M.F. model felt: What's going to go wrong with my car today?"
Love my mada about as much as a wife who would screw the whole neighborhood.