While it might sound like a fancy bottle of tequila, the Armada Platinum Reserve actually a fancy SUV.

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Not that you couldn't figure that out from these pictures, and the fact that you're currently reading a car website.

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Nissan starts with an Armada Platinum, which is already quite fancy, and gussies it up even further. 

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The exterior gains dark-chrome trim on the grille, door handles and mirror caps. 20-inch dark chrome wheels come along for the ride, too.

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Inside, there's a set of two-tone leather seats with a very cool square-stitching layout, which is a nice change of pace from everyone's obsession with diamond stitching.

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The interior trim alternates between wood and dark quartz. 

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There's a Platinum Reserve badge on the lid of the center console, because every fancy car deserves an equally fancy badge.

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This body-on-frame behemoth wields a 5.6-liter V8, good for 390 horsepower and 394 pound-feet of torque. 

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It'll tow 8,500 pounds no matter if it's 2WD or 4WD.

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It'll cost $61,690 if you want rear-wheel drive, or $64,590 if you prefer four driven wheels. It goes on sale in October.

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