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The 2011 overhaul of the QX56 SUV left little need for further tweaking. New features are found in packages: The Technology Package brings now-ubiquitous Blind Spot Intervention and a system to keep you in your lane. The Theater Package gives second-row heated seats, and there's a new Bose Surround Sound System for the Deluxe Touring Package.
Outside, the 2008 Infiniti QX56 gets mildly revised front and rear fascias, new headlights and a one-piece roof rack. Its comprehensive interior redesign adds fashion and function, with standard equipment that includes a new Bose audio package with dedicated music hard drive, an improved navigation system, power-folding third-row seat and optional XM real-time NavTraffic information.
Infiniti built the 2013 QX56 SUV to take on such giants as the Cadillac Escalade and Lincoln Navigator. But many of its owners compare it equally with more expensive vehicles such as Land Rover's Range Rover and the Lexus LX. Despite a move toward smaller, more fuel-efficient SUVS, Infiniti knows there will always be a large segment of population that needs seating for eight and an ability to pull a luxury powerboat or horse trailer up to 8,500 pounds. But, what the QX really offers its owners is a rolling showcase for Infiniti's unique take on interior design and its impressive arsenal of technological delights.