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Infiniti QX50 2016 Review


TestDriveNow.com Video Review of the new 2016 Infiniti QX50 AWD by automotive critic Steve Hammes. MSRP as-tested: $44,935. http://testdrivenow.com/2016-infiniti-qx50-video-review/

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  1. Steve i love your reviews but you need to get back to reviewing interesting/performance cars! I remember that review you did of the Viper GT, why not the Viper ACR? or camaro, challenger, mustang. Just get back to reviewing performance cars! Cause your reviews are great, but these dull cars are kinda killing the vibe

  2. Would rather have a fully loaded 2015-2016 Nissan Murano Platinum with its improved CVT than this old school Infiniti QX50.

    Steve would you be able to review the upcoming Infiniti Q60 and QX30?

  3. Great video! However, I feel like infinity just gave up on this car, it may look sporty at the outside but dated in the inside.

  4. My only other concern of the QX50 besides the thirsty V6 is the lack of cargo space when the rear seats are up at only 18 cubic feet. That's similar to the subcompact crossovers.

  5. It is so strange with Infinity and Acura that Nissan and Honda's high end models are the better buys.

  6. I think they're gonna get rid of the QX50 a year after the QX30 hits dealers this year

  7. Huh. I was expecting more of "This car's outdated. Where's the REDESIGN?!" somewhere in the video. I wasn't expecting you to like the car as much as you did.

    For me, this car needs a serious redesign now. It's refreshing to see something from the "old Infiniti" into the 2016 way of thinking. At the same time, it's a car that's hard to fall in love with unless you're nostalgic of old Infiniti's, or, something else…

    To all tech geeks: Steer clear of the QX50!
    It's not the worst car ever, but, still!

  8. I decided to upgrade my EX35 and purchased the QX50, fully loaded, and while I'm still getting acquainted with my vehicle I kinda miss my EX. As the guy in the video stated, the interior isn't as nice as some of the other luxury vehicle. As much as my vehicle cost I'm disappointed and I still don't understand why it didn't come with a cargo cover.

  9. This one is aging so much better than some. The new Lexus are cartoonish inside and out. Drove one of these as a loaner a few weeks ago when my FX was getting serviced. It feels like a sports car, is extremely fast and corners like a dream. Nothing like a RDX or those other family haulers. Quite impressed.

  10. There really isn't much to be change/improved on this car because they don't want to mess with a great thing!!

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