The All-New INFINITI QX50 adheres to the most popular recipe for this type of vehicle, offering room for up to five people and more luggage than a sedan can hold, combined with available all-wheel drive and nearly all of the driver-assistance, collision-avoidance and infotainment technologies expected by modern luxury SUV buyers.
The chassis is well balanced, rides great, and never seems to lose its composure on the road. That’s probably due to the world’s first VC engine which this car boasts as a key differentiator within one of the most popular vehicle segments: premium compact SUVs.
To satisfy safety-conscious consumers, INFINITI introduces its Pro Pilot Assist driver aids on the 2019 QX50. Designed to reduce fatigue and respond quickly to emergency situations, Pro Pilot Assist includes adaptive cruise control, braking assistance, and lane keeping measures.
Other available driver aids include: distance control, back-up collision intervention, forward collision warning, blind spot warning and intervention, lane departure warning and intervention, forward collision warning with pedestrian detection, parking assist, a surround-view camera and a head-up display.
The stylish cabin is made from quality materials. Soft leather panels, real wood grain trim, and brushed metal accents. Chief among the SUV’s interior flourishes are its available Zero Gravity seats. Ergonomic, supportive, and immensely comfortable, we struggle to recall a more supple driver/passenger seat duo in any vehicle segment. Put it this way: if Infiniti sold these seats as home furniture, we’d buy a set for every room.
While the outgoing QX50 struggled in terms of passenger and cargo volume, the redesigned model excels in these areas. Full size adults enjoy ample head and knee room on sliding, reclining, and folding rear bench seats.
If you haven’t driven the INFINITI QX50, perhaps now is the best time to consider it. The car stands its ground with a bold exterior design, luscious interior, class-leading efficiency, and advanced safety features.