Infiniti QX30 2016-2020 review | page 1 of 2 Share review Are you as passionate about cars as we are? There are still only 12 Infiniti dealerships in the UK, but whether it's an unexpected problem or routine maintenance, Infiniti will collect your car and deliver it back to you. A few package upgrades include many potential options, but we especially like the 11-speaker Bose premium audio system and the technology of Infiniti's Intelligent Cruise Control tech, which automatically slows and accelerates for you.Autotrader SaysCompact crossovers are on the rise. It’s certainly a pokey engine. The cabin in any case suggests otherwise, what with the leather and maplewood decor provided by the range-topping Essential version. You can unsubscribe at any time using the unsubscribe mechanism on any email you receive from us. Through turns, the QX50's weight is centered thanks to Infiniti's Front Midship (FM) platform, which adds to the performance.Exquisite InteriorUpscale and attractive, the QX50's interior has high-end materials throughout. It's more of a baby 4x4, with all the problems that implies. And the strange, suede-like inserts to the dashboard and doors resemble an anti-rattle material. There are two engines available: a 3.0-litre diesel and a more powerful 3.7-litre V6 petrol from the Nissan 370Z sports car. In fact, the QX50 is even beaten by the smaller BMW X1 in this department. The QX50 has the luxury of the Infiniti name, fabulous features and a great dose of athleticism, all priced at an unbeatable value. There are 12 reviews for the 2016 INFINITI QX70, click through to see what your fellow consumers are saying 5 out of 5 stars Great SUV by Kevin from Atlanta on Mon Jul 01 2019 It's certainly comfortable and decently equipped, but some components are clearly carried over from Nissans and so seem too cheap for a car of this price. Plenty of thought has been invested in this car, from powertrain to packaging to style, a further benefit of the VC-T technology being best-in-class fuel consumption in the US that bodes well for Europe. Put simply, whichever model of QX50 you choose, running costs will be considerably higher than for similarly priced rivals. That's okay. It's certainly … We recommend adding the maple interior accents, which really make the cabin even more classy.Sufficient SpaceInfiniti decided to extend the QX50's wheelbase, and the result is 4.3 added inches of legroom in the rear seats. We will use your information to ensure you receive messages that are relevant to you. The QX50 comes in three main specifications: the standard entry-level car, the mid-range GT and the top-of-the-range GT Premium. Well-equipped at under $36,000, the QX50 has value that's hard to match. Now here’s an oddity: the cubic capacity of the Infiniti QX50’s engine shifts between 1970cc and 1997cc. The coupe-like styling and raised ride height certainly give it road presence, but also a confusing identity. If you care about running costs, then this Infiniti isn't the car for you. They include 18-in alloys, keyless ignition and automatic halogen headlights. Plus, even though QX50s are rare, their resale value on the used car market isn't good. It sounds slightly artificial, which it is, in fact – noise-generating and cancelling technologies adding to the aural mix. It’s the first mass-produced car in the world to feature this strange characteristic, and that’s because it has the world’s first mass-production variable compression ratio engine. The raised seating position does make the QX50 feel roomy, however – even its interior space is only about on par with a Volkswagen Golf's. Both offer performance in line with Infiniti's image, but their high CO2 emissions and poor fuel economy issues mean the QX50 is destined to remain a niche model. The back seats do raise and lower electrically, though – just one of several neat touches on offer. One benefit of downsizing from a V6 to a transverse four cylinder of tight-packed ancillaries is the release of more cabin space, the QX50’s rear room generous even if you can’t snuggle your feet beneath the front seats. Combining Infiniti's signature sporty drive with a high-riding body means it's neither one thing nor the other. And, as the revs rise, increasingly unusual too. It’s an interior that’s impressively practical, however. Rear head and legroom is very tight, the driving position is cramped, the seat can't be lowered far enough and the steering wheel's reach and rake adjustment is too limited. Infinitis are still pretty rare on UK roads, so it's hardly surprising that none turned up in our Driver Power 2013 customer satisfaction survey. In fact, Infiniti claims that its approximately 2.0-litre Variable Compression-Turbo (VC-T) engine combines the power of the V6 that it replaces, and the fuel consumption of a similarly sized V6 diesel. However, the QX50 should still prove solid and dependable. You can lessen that effect by using the QX50’s paddle shifts, which introduce artificial gears and better allow you to exploit the grippy chassis. Infiniti's QX50 is powered by the world's first mass-produced variable compression ratio engine. Even the diesel disappoints, with miserly 33.2mpg fuel economy and dreadful CO2 emissions of 224g/km, for £290-a-year road tax. The 2016 Infiniti QX50 has a pleasantly supple ride, but its performance-tinged roots are also apparent. Formerly known as the EX, the QX50 is taking the compact-luxury-crossover segment to new heights.Sporty FeelOn the road, the fun-to-drive QX50 packs a serious punch. The Infiniti slices bends pretty effectively – its on-demand all-wheel drive adding stability as well as quelling momentary torque-steer squirms – but this is no sports SUV despite the sometimes racy sounds emerging ahead of you. Interestingly, after a good few years of superb top-five showings in the Driver Power manufacturer rankings, Nissan took an eight-place tumble in 2013 from its 2012 fourth place, so customers aren't quite as ecstatic as they used to be. It hasn't been independently crash-tested by Euro NCAP, however. Infiniti QX50’s engine shifts between 1970cc and 1997cc, QX50’s all-new four cylinder varies between 8.1:0 and 14.1:0, In fact, Infiniti claims that its approximately 2.0-litre Variable Compression-Turbo, In the QX50’s case, it has a not insubstantial 1753kg to propel, You can lessen that effect by using the QX50’s paddle shifts, It’s an interior that’s impressively practical, however, Plenty of thought has been invested in this car, from powertrain to packaging to style, Land Rover Discovery Sport P300e R-Dynamic 2020 UK review. Infiniti's QX50 is powered by the world's first mass-produced variable compression ratio engine. Infiniti Q50 Hybrid UK review Infiniti Q50 2014 review The Infiniti Q50 is a left-field choice in a compact executive saloon sector filled with established and highly competent rivals. The boot only offers a tiny 340-litre capacity with the back seats in place, which is well short of the BMW X3's 550 litres. Behind the 60/40-split rear seat is a satisfactory 18.6 cu ft. of cargo. Peak power is 264bhp, and maximum torque a stout 280lb ft that’s consistently available between 1600-4800rpm. Infiniti is trying to match the quality of German competitors like BMW, but the QX50's interior doesn't quite come up to their standards. Even the all-wheel-drive trim checks in at under $37,000, which is not too shabby for the luxury-crossover segment.Feature-FriendlyThe QX50 comes with generous standard features out of the gate. Because Infiniti is Nissan's luxury brand, you get a lot of equipment and accessories as standard with the QX50. The compression ratio is the multiple of units of atmospheric pressure pumped by the pistons, and the new-found ability to alter this ratio provides another means of fine-tuning mixture for an optimal, efficiency-enhancing fuel burn. There also isn't enough adjustment in the driving position to allow everyone to get truly comfortable. Get all the best car news, reviews and opinion direct to your inbox. These ingenious, steel belt-driven gearboxes are certainly efficient – hence the reason for this transmission choice, say Infiniti - but as any Prius owner knows, you end up with the soundtrack of an indecisive power tool user. In truth, the QX50's driving experience is somewhat confusing. Besides being of slightly fluid internal size, the compression ratio of the QX50’s all-new four cylinder varies between 8.1:0 and 14.1:0. Much of this Infiniti’s interior looks tastefully expensive, but closer examination reveals slightly cheap-looking, old-school instruments, a low-rent steering wheel boss and a sat-nav display that could use more clarity-enhancing definition. Crossover shoppers should take a spin in the 2016 Infiniti QX50.Find an Infiniti QX50 for sale https://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-sale/Used+Cars/Infiniti/QX50/2016Read more about the Infiniti QX50: https://www.autotrader.com/Infiniti/QX50/2016Read more about Infiniti: https://www.autotrader.com/InfinitiRead Infiniti News and Reviews: https://www.autotrader.com/car-news/Infiniti.xhtmlCompare cars, read reviews and find deals at http://www.autotrader.com/research/index.jsp?LNX=SOMEDYTBSUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/18AY8zqConnect with Autotrader:Autotrader.com: http://bit.ly/1j9WARTFacebook: http://on.fb.me/18aPlruTwitter: http://bit.ly/1iguffhGoogle+: http://bit.ly/1aY5OlaInstagram: http://bit.ly/178kwmsPinterest: http://bit.ly/1e8su12About Autotrader:Our mission at Autotrader is to be your ultimate online solution for buying and selling new, certified and used cars. In either trim and in base rear-wheel or all-wheel drive, it's sure to deliver some solid fun. If you lower the split-folding rear seats, that capacity expands to 1,170 litres, which is still off the pace of the Infiniti's rivals by as much as 400 litres. Infiniti is trying to match the quality of German competitors like BMW, but the QX50's interior doesn't quite come up to their standards. Infiniti has quite a lineup, and the sporty 2016 Infiniti QX50 is among their finest. A shame, then, that the QX50 lacks the ultimate polish of BMW’s X3, for instance – its refinement, intrusive transmission and patchy low speed ride a too-obvious contrast to its potency and roomily distinctive interior.
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