2011 Infiniti QX56 Review

2011 Infiniti QX56 Review  - Reviews - Infiniti QX

Whenever I said anything good about the 2011 Infiniti QX56 to curious onlookers, their universal comeback was, "But it's so ugly."

The 2011 Infiniti QX56's luxurious interior, composed ride quality, and capability for the money make it a serious competitor among $60,000-plus SUVs if you can accept its controversial styling.

From chassis to roof, the 2011 QX56 is significantly different from the 2010. For a comparison with the 2010, see here. Base 2011 models have rear-wheel drive, and the QX56 I tested had all-wheel drive and a bunch of other options that pushed the price just past $75,000; all versions have a 400-horsepower V-8 and seven-speed automatic transmission.

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Switch Beeps settings (models without navigation system)
Switch Beeps settings (models without navigation system) The Switch Beeps screen will appear when pushing the SETTING button, selecting the Switch Beeps key with the INFINITI controller and p ...

Entry/exit function (Automatic Transmission Sedan models)
This system is designed so that the drivers seat and steering column will automatically move when the automatic transmission selector lever is in the P (Park) position. This allows the driver to get ...

Safety
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reports its highest rating, Good, for the FX in a frontal crash test, but it hasn't tested it for side impact or roof strength. The FX hasn't been tested ...