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2014 Infiniti QX50

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Engine Engine 3.7LV-6
MPG MPG 17 City / 24 Hwy
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2014 QX50 Overview

The Infiniti QX50 is a crossover SUV previously known as the EX37.Based on the architecture used by Nissan Z sports car and Infiniti Q60 coupe, the QX50 is sort of a cross between a wagon and a coupe but slightly taller.Whatever you call it, the Infiniti QX50 strikes a nice balance between sportiness and luxury.

The Infiniti QX50 comes with a 3.7-liter V6, 7-speed automatic transmission, fully independent suspension and rear-wheel drive.Rear-wheel drive and the powerful V6 gives it a sporty character and it feels more car-like underway than most crossovers.

This vehicle was last redesigned for the 2008 model year when it was dubbed the EX35.The headlights were reshaped for 2010 and the 3.5-liter V6 engine was replaced by a 3.7 engine.The nomenclature was switched over to QX50 for 2014.

QX50 can seat five, but we found it much more comfortable with four.The cabin boasts rich, soft-touch materials and a stylish design.All of the controls are within easy reach.

Room up front is good, but taller drivers will want more headroom, especially if they opt for a moonroof.The back seats offer decent room, but it's tight when the front seats are all the way back.Both rows are easy to enter and exit, thanks to a relatively low ride height, higher than that of a sedan, but not as high as that of most SUVs.

Cargo room is plentiful thanks to the hatchback design, though many SUVs offer more space.A power-folding second row eases the process of loading items in the back, and they can be brought back up from the driver's seat, handy when pulling up to the curb to pick up passengers.

The 3.7-liter V6 makes 325 horsepower and is mated to the 7-speed automatic transmission that has a manual shiftgate (but no paddle shifters).It accelerates from a standstill quickly and offers strong passing response at highway speeds.Fuel economy is an EPA-estimated 17/25 mpg City/Highway.

The QX50 comes with a choice of rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.The AWD is meant for on-road use and is beneficial in foul weather.QX50 AWD is EPA-rated at 17/24 mpg City/Highway.

The QX50 drives like a sedan with a slightly elevated ride height.Handling is responsive, and the brakes and steering feel natural and inspire confidence.The QX50 rides smoothly, not as firm as the Acura RDX and a bit less driver-focused than the BMW X3.

The Around View Monitor shows obstacles 360 degrees around the vehicle, making it easier to maneuver in tight quarters.The QX50 also comes with Distance Control Assistant.There's a hard drive available with 9.3 gigabytes of storage for music files.The Lane Departure Prevention system enhances safety by lightly applying the brakes on one side to steer the vehicle back into its lane should it start crossing lane lines, for example, if you fall asleep.Infiniti Personal Assistant offers 24-hour access to live concierge services.
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2014 QX50 Overview

The Infiniti QX50 is a crossover SUV previously known as the EX37.Based on the architecture used by Nissan Z sports car and Infiniti Q60 coupe, the QX50 is sort of a cross between a wagon and a coupe but slightly taller.Whatever you call it, the Infiniti QX50 strikes a nice balance between sportiness and luxury.

The Infiniti QX50 comes with a 3.7-liter V6, 7-speed automatic transmission, fully independent suspension and rear-wheel drive.Rear-wheel drive and the powerful V6 gives it a sporty character and it feels more car-like underway than most crossovers.

This vehicle was last redesigned for the 2008 model year when it was dubbed the EX35.The headlights were reshaped for 2010 and the 3.5-liter V6 engine was replaced by a 3.7 engine.The nomenclature was switched over to QX50 for 2014.

QX50 can seat five, but we found it much more comfortable with four.The cabin boasts rich, soft-touch materials and a stylish design.All of the controls are within easy reach.

Room up front is good, but taller drivers will want more headroom, especially if they opt for a moonroof.The back seats offer decent room, but it's tight when the front seats are all the way back.Both rows are easy to enter and exit, thanks to a relatively low ride height, higher than that of a sedan, but not as high as that of most SUVs.

Cargo room is plentiful thanks to the hatchback design, though many SUVs offer more space.A power-folding second row eases the process of loading items in the back, and they can be brought back up from the driver's seat, handy when pulling up to the curb to pick up passengers.

The 3.7-liter V6 makes 325 horsepower and is mated to the 7-speed automatic transmission that has a manual shiftgate (but no paddle shifters).It accelerates from a standstill quickly and offers strong passing response at highway speeds.Fuel economy is an EPA-estimated 17/25 mpg City/Highway.

The QX50 comes with a choice of rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.The AWD is meant for on-road use and is beneficial in foul weather.QX50 AWD is EPA-rated at 17/24 mpg City/Highway.

The QX50 drives like a sedan with a slightly elevated ride height.Handling is responsive, and the brakes and steering feel natural and inspire confidence.The QX50 rides smoothly, not as firm as the Acura RDX and a bit less driver-focused than the BMW X3.

The Around View Monitor shows obstacles 360 degrees around the vehicle, making it easier to maneuver in tight quarters.The QX50 also comes with Distance Control Assistant.There's a hard drive available with 9.3 gigabytes of storage for music files.The Lane Departure Prevention system enhances safety by lightly applying the brakes on one side to steer the vehicle back into its lane should it start crossing lane lines, for example, if you fall asleep.Infiniti Personal Assistant offers 24-hour access to live concierge services.Hide Full Review