2013 Infiniti QX56
84,305 Miles
$31,831

Grapevine, TX
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2013 Infiniti QX56
71,944 Miles
$35,991

Doylestown, PA
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2012 Infiniti QX56
91,456 Miles
$29,969

Hoffman Estates, IL
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2008 Infiniti QX56
146,346 Miles
$14,647

Greeley, CO
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2005 Infiniti QX56
218,513 Miles
$5,813

Greeley, CO
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2004 Infiniti QX56
153,639 Miles
$7,990

Portland, OR
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2012 Infiniti QX56
43,545 Miles
$35,980

Austin, TX
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2011 Infiniti QX56
82,500 Miles
$31,000

Denver, CO
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2012 Infiniti QX56
67,448 Miles
$33,404

Plymouth, MI
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2012 Infiniti QX56
57,395 Miles
$35,480

Stafford, TX
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2011 Infiniti QX56
50,444 Miles
$31,480

Stafford, TX
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2013 Infiniti QX56
50,659 Miles
$39,985

Corpus Christi, TX
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2012 Infiniti QX56
85,466 Miles
$30,995

Abilene, TX
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2013 Infiniti QX56
31,903 Miles
$39,995

Yuba City, CA
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2010 Infiniti QX56
107,249 Miles
$22,033

New Brunswick, NJ
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2010 Infiniti QX56
133,479 Miles
$16,383

Monticello, AR
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2011 Infiniti QX56
103,443 Miles
$23,250

Ewing, NJ
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2013 Infiniti QX56
93,515 Miles
$33,499

Waynesboro, GA
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2012 Infiniti QX56
85,169 Miles
$31,999

Colorado Springs, CO
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2012 Infiniti QX56
61,782 Miles
$36,999

Spokane, WA
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Infiniti QX56 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.2
10 Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
3.9
Performance
4.2
Style
4.7
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.2

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2016 Infiniti QX56 - Comfortable and smooth ride

CLM
New York, New York
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
We lease our car, so every 2-3 years we have to search for a new one. We recently started leasing the Infinity QX60. We wanted an SUV that had the convenience of a mini van to fit our family, yet a cool look, comfort, style etc. We chose the Infinity because it had three rows, but mainly because the 2nd row easily moves forward to get to the 3rd row. I found in the Acura MDX, where I loved the drive and comfort of the car, the 3rd row was not as comfortable and spacious, but more then that it did not have easy access to the 3rd row. One would have to climb over the bench of the second row or enter through the trunk space to sit. Where the easy access to the 3rd row was a big pull to leasing this car, we also really liked the overall look of the car specifically the curve of the das... (more)
Story
This isn't quite a fun story, but it does display how well made the car is. My husband was buckling in my son into his car seat, when a bus came by and hit the car and just continued on. Thankfully, no one was hurt, but I did think the cars door was completely damaged. Based on the speed of the bus, one would think the door would've been taken off, but it was just lightly dented. and it Open... (more)
Pros
I loved the dashboard controls, the heated seats, and heated steering wheel. I really like how the second row pushes forward like a minivan to get access to the 3rd row. The 3rd row is spacious and just as comfortable as the 2nd row.
Cons
The screen where it displays the radio and backup camera is a bit dated in quality, which I would not expect with a luxury vehicle, that was a disappointment. The 2nd row doesn't easily move forward with a car seat in the car like I saw demonstrated before leasing.

2016 Infiniti QX56 - I am thankful and grateful to Infiniti and the company.

QX56 Owner
Cerritos, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
The Q50 is one slinky sedan, set to make anyone in a coupe seem dull. The 208-hp turbo four lacks power to back up those looks; consider the twin-turbo V-6 with 300 hp, or 400 hp in the Red Sport. Rear-drive is standard; all-wheel drive is optional. A hybrid rates at 34-mpg highway; rear-drive is standard and all-wheel drive is optional. Infotainment features apps for email, calendar syncing, and concierge services. Available safety tech includes lane assist and backup collision intervention.
Story
The technology and new high functions which is high end. Rearview camera is the only standard driver assistance feature in the Q50, but several more are optional. They include a surround-view camera, front and rear parking sensors, blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, backup collision intervention, rear cross traffic alert, forward collision warning, predictive forward collision war... (more)
Pros
The 2017 Q50 is a good car. It hits two of the hallmarks that most families are looking for: It’s safe and it’s reliable. It also delivers a more exciting driving experience than you’d expect thanks to its powerful available engines and composed handling. The Q50 doesn’t get great gas mileage, but there is a Q50 Hybrid for fuel-conscious buyers. Inside, the Q50’s cabin design is a little long in the tooth, but it’s still upscale and attractive. There are plenty of tech features, including several driver assistance options, but the Q50 doesn’t have some of the latest tech offerings, such as... (more)
Cons
The 2017 Q50 doesn’t have the best mpg ratings in the class. It gets 23 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway with the base engine, and the larger engine options expectedly decrease fuel economy. Those ratings are worse than rivals like the Audi A4 (25/33 mpg city/highway) and BMW 3 Series (23/35 mpg city/highway). The Q50 Hybrid gets the best mileage of any Q50 powertrain, earning 27 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway. That’s worse than other hybrids in the class, and it’s only marginally better than some non-hybrid rivals.

2005 Infiniti QX56 - Great car that makes you feel like a boss!

StacyV
Paris, Kentucky
Overall
4.0
Value
2.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
2.0
The infinity QX56 is a superiorly built car. It feels like a tank when you are driving it; you sit up higher than most everyone else on the road. I have six kids with what feels like 60 different activities. I am a fitness instructor and personal trainer as well. I can put down the third row and load the back up with the equipment we need, and then pull them back up when the whole family is in the car. It is a beautifully designed car, and I feel very comfortable driving it. The heated seats have become something I now cannot live without. Although this is a very pricy vehicle new, we purchased it for less pre-owned. I feel like we got the status of the Infinity Brand without the ridiculous sticker price. The drawback is that parts for this car can be pricier than others. For example, ... (more)
Story
Two winters ago we had an absolute ton of snow. My husband loves being able to drive our car in the snow because it does so well. After one particular storm, he went out and spent all day pulling other peoples cars out of the snow.
Pros
The top positive things are 4-wheel drive, heated seats, remote trunk opener, powerful engine, and third row.
Cons
No Bluetooth or aux. It's a gas hog. The parts are pricier than other brands.

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