Used 2016 INFINITI QX70 SUV
INFINITI QX70 SUV
The 2016 Infiniti QX70 delivers sophisticated good looks in a package that is both sporty and luxurious.
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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.
You'll Like This Car If...
If you’re looking for the commanding driving position and posture of an SUV, but your driving preference leans more toward performance than utility, the 2016 QX70 from Infiniti holds the answer. The QX70’s reasonable asking price is another powerful incentive.
You May Not Like This Car If...
The QX70’s squat profile translates into limited cargo space and a smallish rear seat. Those hoping for a dual-nature crossover SUV that can confidently venture off-road might be happier in a Land Rover Discovery Sport or Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited, both of which can also out-tow the Infiniti.
What's New for 2016
The 2016 QX70 luxury crossover SUV is unchanged from the 2015 model.
The 2016 Infiniti QX70 performance crossover SUV isn’t your run-of-the-mill luxury SUV. A near 50/50 weight distribution coupled with an independent sport suspension and host of electronic driver-assist systems make the QX70 an enthusiast’s ride first and foremost. Big 21-inch wheels ensure plenty of grip during high-speed cornering where the QX70 exhibits limited lean. The ride is firm, even jarring at times, so if you’re more about ride comfort we suggest sticking with the standard 18-inch wheel-and-tire setup. Infiniti’s 325-horsepower 3.7-liter V6 delivers excellent response, while the rev-matching 7-speed automatic suffers none of the lag or indecision experienced with some auto-manuals. When so equipped, the QX70’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system enhances performance on both dry pavement and snow-covered asphalt. With only seven inches of ground clearance and no terrain-specific settings, however, the QX70 is strictly an on-road performer.
AROUND VIEW MONITOR
Infiniti’s 2016 QX70 has four cameras positioned about the vehicle to give a 360-degree bird’s-eye view. The Around View Monitor makes parallel parking a breeze, as well as allows the driver to see objects otherwise not in view.
3.7-LITER DOHC V6
Infiniti’s 3.7-liter V6 is one of the best engines ever built. Smooth, quiet, efficient and powerful, this V6 sounds as good as it performs and holds a reliability record enviable among its peers.
Step into the 2016 QX70 luxury-performance crossover SUV, and it feels more like a sports sedan, from the curved dash to the oblong analog clock. Flowing lines help the Infiniti stand out from hard-angled surfaces of other more rugged SUVs. In the QX70, a driver-centric cockpit with a pronounced center-stack confirms the message that this luxury vehicle is for driving first. The front seats are roomy and comfortable, but the 3-passenger rear bench is surprisingly stingy. Cargo room is also compromised because of the QX70's swooping rear roof, which also creates blind spots. Thankfully, the rear seats fold for increased capacity.
The 2016 QX70 performance SUV from Infiniti may have seen its exterior soften over the years, but you still won’t confuse it with your cousin’s Nissan Rogue Select. Among its most prominent features are a long hood that creates the image of momentum and functional air vents just behind the front wheel wells. Sharply ascending rear windows make the QX70's sloping rear roof appear even more dramatic, but their shapely design comes at the cost of outward visibility. Twin tailpipes below the standard power rear hatch round out Infiniti's contoured crossover SUV.
Notable Standard Equipment
The 2016 QX70 luxury crossover SUV comes in two trims: QX70 and QX70 AWD. Standard equipment includes leather seating, heated front seats, high-intensity-discharge headlights, a moonroof, a power tailgate, a rearview camera, Bluetooth, and an 11-speaker Bose AM/FM/CD/USB sound system. Also standard are Intelligent Key keyless entry and start, power-folding heated side mirrors, manual tilt/telescoping for the steering wheel, dual-zone automatic climate control and cruise control.
Notable Optional Equipment
Major options for the QX70 are bundled into packages. The Premium Package includes a hard-drive navigation system, Around View monitor, streaming Bluetooth audio and a power-adjustable steering wheel. Building on that are the Deluxe Touring Package and Technology Package. Deluxe brings extras such as quilted-leather seating, maple accents and 20-inch wheels, while the Technology Package ladles on intelligent cruise control, lane-departure warning and forward-collision warning. The Sport Technology package brings climate-controlled sport bucket seats with thigh extensions and driver’s-side power bolster support, 21-inch wheels, steering-wheel paddle shifters, and numerous dark-finished trim pieces.
Under the Hood
The sole engine powering the 2016 Infiniti QX70 crossover SUV is a 3.7-liter V6 good for 325 horsepower. The only transmission choice is a 7-speed automatic with both manual-shift mode and Adaptive Shift Control, which basically pays attention to how you're driving and adapts shift patterns accordingly. The QX70 is available in rear-wheel-drive form (RWD) or with all-wheel drive (AWD).
325 horsepower @ 7,000 rpm
267 lb-ft of torque @ 5,200 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 17/24 mpg (RWD), 16/22 mpg (AWD)
The 2016 Infiniti QX70 luxury crossover SUV has a Manufacturer's Suggest Retail Price (MSRP) starting at just under $47,000 with rear-wheel drive, while the traction-enhancing AWD version costs an additional $1,500. The Audi Q5, Mercedes-Benz M-Class, BMW X6 and Porsche Cayenne have similar starting prices as the QX70, but can quickly accelerate toward (and in the case of Porsche, well beyond) the 6-figure mark. Before buying, be sure to check the KBB.com Fair Purchase Price to see what others in your area are paying for the Infiniti QX70. In terms of resale value, the Infiniti is expected to hold up very well, nearly on par with the Porsche Cayenne.
INFINITI QX70 Consumer Reviews
December 05, 2017
My 6th Infiniti
I went from a leased 2014 Q50S fully loaded to buying a 2013 FX37 Premium model. I put some black (on pearl white exterior) 20 wheels...
September 29, 2017
Sport & Speed
2013 FX37 Limited, purchased CPO 7 months ago and absolutely LOVE this Car ! Mine is fully loaded with every available option, although...
June 16, 2017
Best one Ive owned
Ive owned 3 of the FX line since 2006 and this is the best of them all. Fun to drive and quite utilitarian. Ride is a bit harsh for...
September 24, 2016
may be the best car I have owned...reliable, fun to drive, loaded with cool technology that actually work and makes the driving...
August 21, 2016
2010 infinite FX35
please no dealership
December 13, 2015
great car - all about the drive and feel
had 3 FXs and liked everyone of them. great reliability. not for you if you need a soft ride or more cargo room. ton of fun to drive...
December 03, 2015
Quality #1, service centers can't be beat
Will not buy anything else but Infinity!
September 05, 2015
Superb vehicle! A lot of car for the price.
Best vehicle I've ever owned (2 Land Rovers, 6 GMC autos/SUVs/Trucks, 3 Fords sedan, mustang, LTD, & 1 Toyota sedan). For a fat guy (360...
August 16, 2015
Great Car & Fast !
We have owner this car for 3 yrs now. No problems , very fun to drive. A true drivers car ! The 5 liter is a absolute monster !
May 17, 2015
Superior quality and performance outweigh MPG
We've had this vehicle for 24 months of our 39 month lease. The only reason this vehicle doesn't get a 10/10 for an Overall Rating is...