Infiniti QX56 Review: Impressive Performance Suited With Luxury | SPEED | The Motors On FOX Blog

27 Apr 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Infiniti QX56 Review: Impressive Performance Suited With Luxury | SPEED | The Motors On FOX Blog tested a 2013 QX56 and found it a competitor in the high-end SUV category, it battles such capable as the Cadillac Escalade, Range and Lexus LS 570.

The big Infiniti carries all the right into the fight, starting a 5.6-liter V-8 that produces 400 and 413 pound-feet of torque, good to give the QX56 an impressive capacity of 8,500 pounds and impressive 0-60 acceleration in the of seven seconds. For a vehicle big, that’s hauling.

given the nearly three-ton weight of the QX56, fuel is modest, specifically 14 miles per in the city and 20 mpg on the highway. Still, all considered, that’s not too bad.

The engine is mated to a seven-speed transmission and Infiniti’s sophisticated, all-wheel-drive system, which it “All-Mode.” You can run in auto mode, 4-low, snow mode and tow Powerful anti-lock brakes add to the of security, as do Infiniti’s Vehicle Control and Traction Control Truth is, in something this where you sit up so high, you pretty feel invincible anyway.

The Highway Traffic Safety has not rated the QX56 for safety.

a base price of $63,750 2014 QX80 starts at the QX56 is very, very equipped. Naturally, the interior is in supple leather and rich wood trim, the front are heated, there is a three-zone temperature control to cover all rows of seats, a huge sliding glass moonroof, the liftgate is power and there are airbags and safety features there is room to list all of

Be that as it may, our tester was with a treasure trove of options:

• The Theater Package added two 7-inch color in the back of the front seats; two of wireless headphones; a wireless control; auxiliary audio/video a handy 120V power and fancy second-row seats were heated and tipped up for entry to the third row.

Credit: Infiniti

• The Technology ($3,000) featured intelligent control; a blind-spot warning and system; lane departure and prevention; intelligent brake with forward collision distance control assist; pre-crash seat belts; and an front lighting system auto-leveling headlights.

• The Deluxe Touring Package included a Bose Cabin sound system with 15 hydraulic body motion system; climate-controlled front (cooled as well as heated); leather seating; mocha trim; advanced climate system; second-row footwell lights; and headlight washers.

but not least:

• Tire Wheel ($2,450). If the standard 20-inch are too plebian for you, this included 22-inch, nine-spoke alloy wheels and all-season

Add it all up and the test QX56 carried a sticker of $78,140, definitely not for the faint of wallet.

In terms of on-road experience, the is sublime. It’s a big, vehicle and if you aren’t a fan of plus in the first place, this won’t change your but if you like to roll large, the is a great choice. It’s got hip styling, complete with old front-fender portholes and an interesting roof-pillar configuration.

Our tester in Black Obsidian paint wheat leather and it definitely a strong visual statement.

interior layout is very particularly the center stack houses the nav system, stereo and controls. The controls are intuitive and to use, which isn’t the case with luxury where sometimes engineers themselves. That isn’t a here.

The front two rows offer room and comfort, although the row is best reserved for young especially on longer drives.

All Infiniti did an excellent job with the and we fully expect the 2014 to be every bit as successful.

VEHICLE Eight-passenger, four-door SUV, drive.

ENGINE: 5.6-liter 400 horsepower, 413 pound-feet of torque.

Seven-speed automatic.





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