Infiniti QX70

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2016 Infiniti QX70 What's new for 2016? 
2016 Infiniti QX70

The 2016 QX70 luxury crossover SUV is unchanged from the 2015 model.

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2015 Infiniti QX70 What's new for 2015? 
2015 Infiniti QX70

For 2015, Infiniti's QX70 luxury crossover SUV loses its V8 engine, leaving just two trims: QX70 and QX70 AWD (all-wheel drive). The available Sport package loses its most compelling features, those being Rear Active Steering and Continuous Damping Control.

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2014 Infiniti QX70 What's new for 2014? 
2014 Infiniti QX70

Other than its new moniker, the 2014 QX70 remains the same as the outgoing Infiniti FX. The Limited Edition model is no longer available.

About Infiniti QX70

Although it began life wearing the old Infiniti FX badge, the 2016 QX70 luxury-performance crossover SUV from Infiniti remains relevant. Sleek and low, with an aggressive driving manner and powerful V6, the QX70 remains one of the best-performing vehicles in its class. Sure, there is no V8 option and you can find more interior room in a Lincoln MKX or Lexus RX, but these attributes were never high up on the QX70 buyer's "must have" list. Like the Porsche Cayenne and BMW X6, the QX70 is all about the experience behind the wheel. Thanks to its stunning interior, long list of standard and available equipment and good resale and reliability, Infiniti's QX70 remains a contender, albeit an aging one.

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Consumer Reviews

Great car--except

By on Wednesday, May 07, 2014

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 2,000

10 9.0
overall rating 9 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating

Pros: "Very comfortable and roomy"

Cons: "Lousy shifting pattern"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 7

"I have had this car for a month and put on about 2000 miles.As I said its a great car with comfort and drives extremely well. A few annoying things have really disappointed me. The worst shifting pattern I have seen. From start the trans, winds up, than it winds up again and than a third time. The last three shifts you don' hear. This pattern is indicative of much cheaper cars. All the time you hear the engine winding up. How annoying is this! A couple of other things like the mirror folding switch can not be seen due to its location and the mirror adjustment switch is also not in the right place and difficult to use. These two items are used constantly but were designed by a first year engineer. For an expensive car I am amazed at the misses."

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