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2013 Infiniti QX56

2013 Infiniti QX56 Review

(0 Stars)  A burly but opulent SUV.

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New For 2013
Auto-dimming exterior mirrors are standard. Motion Object Detection has been added to the Around View monitor. An upgraded remote control and interface have been added to the Theater Package. Smoky quartz replaces mountain sage as an exterior color this year.
The current-generation QX56 is now in its third model year. Since its debut, it has received good reviews and has sold fairly well. That’s not surprising, as it is better-looking and more rugged than its predecessor. It gets fourteen-percent-better gas mileage than the previous QX56—although fuel economy is still nothing to brag about. A vehicle that weighs nearly three tons needs a lot of power, and its 5.6-liter V-8 smoothly puts out 400 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels or all four via a seven-speed automatic transmission. This SUV can move eight passengers in leather-lined luxury, and it tows up to 8500 pounds. The interior is a sybarite’s delight, and yet it doesn’t overwhelm the driver with complex controls. If you regularly travel with more than four passengers, you might want to get the second-row bench seat rather than the two captain’s chairs (a third row is standard). The captain’s chairs, and the center console between them, make it more difficult to convert the QX to max-cargo mode. The QX drives well for such a big beast, and ride and handling are much better now that the QX has been designed as an SUV rather than being built off a modified pickup-truck platform. It glides over bumps and transmits only the slightest nudge to riders in the cabin. In the QX56, the outside world barely intrudes.

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