The Infiniti QX50 luxury-crossover SUV is significantly revamped for 2016. It's grown in length by 4.5 inches, and that has boosted rear legroom by nearly that much while also granting more cargo room. Exterior changes include new front and rear fascias, while ground clearance has been increased slightly.
Infiniti is re-naming its product line and the 2014 QX50 is the same vehicle, with a different title, as the 2013 EX37. Other than the new name, there has been no change of any consequence to last year’s EX37.
About Infiniti QX50
Without resorting to a Rodney Dangerfield shtick, let's just say the Infiniti QX50 deserves more respect. With its significant revamp for 2016, this small-luxury crossover SUV should finally get it. Upon debuting in 2008 as the Infiniti EX, it was among the first compact-luxury crossover SUVs, but instead of riding a wave it helped create, the Infiniti was overshadowed by rivals like the BMW X3, Mercedes-Benz GLK and Audi Q5. Despite having a standard V6 engine and a slew of creature comforts, the model was hampered by limited room in the rear seats and cargo area. The larger, more sophisticated 2016 Infiniti QX50 rights those wrongs while retaining one of the best value propositions in its class.