Family-friendly vehicles are blending form and function like never before. Gone are the days when parents of large families had to sacrifice their on-road style to make room for the kids. With the popularity of crossover vehicles skyrocketing, automotive brands are putting more and more effort into creating beautiful and appealing family-haulers. If you need a three-row crossover for the job, you have tons of options. We're helping you narrow it down with our comparison of class-leaders in a 2018 Toyota Sequoia vs 2018 Nissan Armada battle.
Both vehicles have a max seating capacity of eight, so you should have plenty of room for everyone. The 2018 Sequoia will provide more room for gear though. Its cargo space is a whopping 120.1 cubic feet compared to the 2018 Armada's 95.5 cubic feet. What really sets the vehicle apart is safety. Find out about the standard safety features available on each below.
It's just plain tough to compete with a Toyota when it comes to safety. A commitment from Toyota to making the roads safer has led to the Toyota Safety Sense bundle of active safety features coming standard on most Toyota vehicles starting with the 2017 model year. The 2018 Toyota Sequoia will have a standard pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, lane departure alert with sway warning, automatic high beams, and dynamic radar cruise control available on all trim levels.
The 2018 Nissan Armada will also come with modern safety features like forward collision warning, blind spot monitoring, and an intelligent rearview camera. However, these features will only be available on higher trim levels for a significant additional cost.
This means, that while the starting MSRP of the 2018 Toyota Sequoia is slightly higher, families will be getting a whole lot more for their money making it a great investment. The 2018 Toyota Sequoia is set to head to Fox Toyota in October of 2017. Keep checking the Fox Toyota inventory to see when it's available so you can head to the dealership and see it in person.