Infiniti QX56 Experts

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Infiniti QX56 Model Overview

Infiniti QX56 Questions

amt2004
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Premium Reccomended? Can I Use Regular?

So I'm 15 year old guy driving a Infiniti QX56 2004. God I love the car but I hate paying for its fuel, my mom always tells me to get premium which before now used to go up to 4.99 where I lived. ...

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fanthonyd
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Looking For A Ipod Or Aux. Interface With A 2007 Infinity Qx56

I have received several different answers to this question, and still have yet to really have a solution. I have a 2007 Infinity QX56 with a Bose factory installed sound system. There is not a dedic...

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Kdkelso
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Why Is My Listing Not Showing Up When I Search On A Cargurus.com But Shows...

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Plafazia
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Is This Infinity Good In Sand, On A Beach?

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Dynogolf
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I Believe My Key Fob Was Lost Inside My Qx56. The Car Started For 3-4 Days ...

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About the Infiniti QX56

The Infiniti QX56 was launched in 2004 as the luxury carmaker's entry into the full-size SUV market. And it's full-size, all right: the QX56 is bigger than the Ford Expedition and the Cadillac Escalade. It seats seven or eight passengers, depending on seat configuration, and has 20 cubic feet of cargo space (61.3 cubic feet with seats folded down).

Now, most people don't need a sport utility vehicle this big. Or this luxurious. Or this expensive. But if you do, the Infiniti QX56 is a solid choice. The interior cabin is roomy (natch), and also sports some high-end touches, like all-leather seats and trim, with burlwood finish on the dash. Safety features are also state-of-the-art, with front and rear rollbars and side impact bars, as well as front, side, and overhead curtain airbags.

Under the hood, you'll find a big V8 engine with plenty of horsepower and torque. Unsurprisingly, the QX56 has pretty horrific fuel efficiency: 13 mpg city, 20 mpg highway is the EPA estimate, and owners report slightly lower performance.