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It’s a sign of the times that two of Infiniti’s most popular models are SUVs, and the company’s Nissan Pathfinder-based mid-size crossover is called the QX60. Introduced for 2013, it g...
Introduced in 2007 (back when it was called the EX), the QX50 has sat nearly stagnant ever since, receiving slight changes and one refresh during a decade that saw small, luxury crosso...
"It is solid through and through. Sporty, fast, responsive and quiet. In traffic jams, I could cross a median and turn around, could drive off road in a pinch, no problem. Steering was just that, you knew how much to turn the wheel to make a turn; some might say it was stiff but Id rather it be so that hve a steering wheel that at 65 mph is loose and sloppy. Gas mileage was awesome, gas tank even bigger than QX60."
"It handles all the needs we had. back row seats folded down and I have no need for a 3rd row seat. Have to keep them folded down to have the same cargo capacity I had with the BMW with 2nd row seating in place."
"larger by only about 1 cubic foot"
"Only because it costs a little and has a better lease, still may swing over to xc60"