Nissan is ready to winter this year with the debut of the Nissan 370Zki and the Nissan Armada Snow Patrol, which are both debuting this week at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show. The Armada Snow Patrol effectively turns the Armada into a snow mobile with a higher ride height, bigger wheels a few other upgrades.
To start with the Armada Snow Patrol rides three inches higher thanks to suspension lift kit from Pro Comp and it rides on 35-inch tall Pro Comp MT2 maximum traction extreme off-road tires. The tires wrap 20×9 inch Cognito Series 61 wheels with a Satin Black finish. To help it tackle whatever gets in its way, the Armada Snow Patrol features a beefier front bumper with a grille protector bar and winch mount with 12,000-pound capacity winch.
To help light up the road, the Armada Snow Patrol also gets a roof mounted DR36 double row LED light bar, a pair of grille-mounted 5-inch LED round motorsports lights. A Defender rack has been mounted to the roof to hold more gear and running boards/ rock sliders have been added to prevent road debris damage.
Inside there are pearl colored leather seats with cement color inserts.
“The Armada Snow Patrol project was completed using readily available aftermarket parts – thanks especially to Pro Comp and Katzkin – showing owners how easy it is to take their family adventures to the next level even in some of winter’s most severe conditions,” said Billy Hayes, division vice president, Commercial Vehicles and Trucks, Nissan North America, Inc.. “We think this vehicle is going to attract a lot of attention among visitors to the Chicago Auto Show.”