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2017 INFINITI QX50

The Infiniti QX50 is a rear-wheel-drive luxury crossover utility built on the chassis of the Q50 sports sedan. Unlike some competitors, it's not designed to pamper. Instead the QX50 offers an abundance of driving dynamics led by responsive road manners. Its ride, comfort and handling almost match the Q50 sports sedan that defines it.

The QX50 is more of a tall wagon than a sport-utility. With available all-wheel drive it will survive well in snow or sand, but don't go trying to run the Baja 500 with it (never mind that Lexus has an SUV Baja racer).

The wheelbase of the QX50 grew by more than three inches for 2016, so four adults fit comfortably, through doors that were lengthened as well, over a ride-height raised by almost an inch. A facelift included a new grille and LED foglamps and running lights. It all improved the car's looks.

With those significant changes for 2016, the 2017 QX50 only gains a 19-inch wheel-and-tire package, and that's about it.

Under the hood, a 325-horsepower V6 teams with an excellent 7-speed automatic transmission to bring quick responses. When hammered, the engine sounds loud and unrefined for a luxury vehicle.

Fuel mileage is not the car's forte. The QX50 is EPA-rated at 17/24 mpg City/Highway, and 20 mpg Combined. For that you could get a full-size three-row SUV. But you don't want a full-size three-row SUV. You want a sports sedan with cargo versatility.
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The Infiniti QX50 is a rear-wheel-drive luxury crossover utility built on the chassis of the Q50 sports sedan. Unlike some competitors, it's not designed to pamper. Instead the QX50 offers an abundance of driving dynamics led by responsive road manners. Its ride, comfort and handling almost match the Q50 sports sedan that defines it.

The QX50 is more of a tall wagon than a sport-utility. With available all-wheel drive it will survive well in snow or sand, but don't go trying to run the Baja 500 with it (never mind that Lexus has an SUV Baja racer).

The wheelbase of the QX50 grew by more than three inches for 2016, so four adults fit comfortably, through doors that were lengthened as well, over a ride-height raised by almost an inch. A facelift included a new grille and LED foglamps and running lights. It all improved the car's looks.

With those significant changes for 2016, the 2017 QX50 only gains a 19-inch wheel-and-tire package, and that's about it.

Under the hood, a 325-horsepower V6 teams with an excellent 7-speed automatic transmission to bring quick responses. When hammered, the engine sounds loud and unrefined for a luxury vehicle.

Fuel mileage is not the car's forte. The QX50 is EPA-rated at 17/24 mpg City/Highway, and 20 mpg Combined. For that you could get a full-size three-row SUV. But you don't want a full-size three-row SUV. You want a sports sedan with cargo versatility.
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Retail Price

$34,650
MSRP / Window Sticker Price

Smart Buy Price

$5,409
Nat'l avg. savings off MSRP
Engine 3.7LV-6
MPG 17 City / 24 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 7-spd auto w/OD
Power 325 @ 7000 rpm
Drivetrain rear-wheel
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