Infiniti 4WD versus BMW X6

29 Aug 2014 | Author: | Comments Off on Infiniti 4WD versus BMW X6

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Infiniti FX: Considerably cheaper but plenty of goodies, including suspension dampers, 21-inch sunroof, sports seats, trim, Bose 11-speaker with Bluetooth streaming, USB and 10-gig music server, eight-inch touch-screen display, headlights, reversing camera, and rear parking sensors, six

BMW X6: Matches the Infiniti’s reversing front and rear parking satnav, Bluetooth streaming, music storage, USB input and six Has xenon headlights with high-beam function, as well as rear-view and side mirrors. 19-inch wheels and six-speaker no touch-screen.

Infiniti FX: A swoopy and neat but the low roofline can be a hassle when into the car and when you try to see out of the back. sporty and supportive seats. rear leg-room and OK head-room. tailgate.

Relatively small (410L). Clumsy foot-operated brake. Nissan-borrowed parts such as the engine start #8212; don’t lend an feel.

BMW X6: Feels more inside. Roofline is considerably sloped, so rear vision is worse, as is back-seat headroom. The is notably bigger (500L) and has electronic opening, but roof limits what you can fit.

Electronic park brake is Media system is easy to

Winner: BMW

Infiniti FX: Has plenty of through the rev range, and can throw you in your seat under throttle. Seven-speed auto through the gears without It’s the same engine in the Nissan Navara range-topper, so a bit truck-like at idle and loud acceleration.

Considerably thirstier.

BMW X6: A flexible engine with pulling power and a more nature than its Japanese The eight-speed auto’s shifts are so as to be almost imperceptible. More both in claim and in real-world

Quieter at idle and as revs It’s quick, too.



How it drives

Infiniti FX: A more ride makes the Infiniti to live with for day-to-day Gets a clever #8220;rear steering#8221; system which the back wheels and makes cornering surprisingly easy, it feel a lot smaller and more through twists. Steering is weighted. Excellent grip.

Some road noise

BMW X6: Has BMW’s steadfast steering and plenty of cornering ability of the torque-vectoring system which power to the outside wheel high-speed bends. The ride, is super firm, with the jumping and jiggling over surfaces and there is also notable suspension noise.

FX: It’s the new kid on the block, so will attract a lot of looks in traffic. A less polarising roofline and enormous wheels give it street cred.

BMW X6: Once the go-to guy for those who a standout SUV, the X6 is still one of the polarising cars on the road. But not quite as ogle-worthy as the Infiniti.

FX: The Japanese newcomer gets the win to its much lower price and standard equipment levels.

BMW X6: A at me#8221; SUV that sacrifices for style. Too expensive.

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