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Infiniti QX56 Questions

Mrsvwalden
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How Do I Find Out Why A Vehicle Is Titled As A Lemon?

looking into purchasing an Infiniti QX56 that was deemed a lemon in 2004; however, the original owner kept it- and drove it for almost 11 years thereafter. I am searching desperately to know "why", ...

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august
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Is There A Direct Ipod Connector For The Qx Radio On 2008

Looking for a direct Ipod connection for my new QX56 radio. WHo makes the radio and is there a connector on the market? Wnat to use the nav. screen controls to run my Ipod

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farrahh
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Can A Dealership Sell Savage Auto's Without Stating So.

just by chance i googled the vin number of a suv i was interested in came up as savage in california and im in florida. dealers description states just traded in. RED FLAG?

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snowdog676
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Explosive Noise

last night wqe were driving home and suddenly there was a huge explosive noise accompanied by a yellow flash coming from under the car. The hazard lights came on automatically. we thought we had blo...

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snowdog676
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Cause Of Explosive Noise?

last night we were driving home and suddenly there was a huge explosive noise accompanied by a yellow flash coming from under the car. The hazard lights came on automatically. we thought we had blow...

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Infiniti QX56 Overview

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.