2012 Infiniti QX56
68,131 Miles
$29,477

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2012 Infiniti QX56
48,496 Miles
$34,295

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2010 Infiniti QX56
84,136 Miles
$23,600

Great Falls, MT
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2012 Infiniti QX56
88,012 Miles
$28,467

Austin, TX
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2010 Infiniti QX56
74,599 Miles
$23,995

Lake Bluff, IL
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2012 Infiniti QX56
42,292 Miles
$38,991

El Paso, TX
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2013 Infiniti QX56
32,621 Miles
$43,488

Grapevine, TX
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2012 Infiniti QX56
72,304 Miles
$31,996

Boulder, CO
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2006 Infiniti QX56
85,622 Miles
$15,999

Montgomeryville, PA
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2011 Infiniti QX56
87,290 Miles
$26,588

Seekonk, MA
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2011 Infiniti QX56
104,340 Miles
$27,985

Hickory, NC
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2012 Infiniti QX56
55,103 Miles
$32,975

Lima, OH
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2011 Infiniti QX56
78,125 Miles
$26,993

Miami, FL
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2012 Infiniti QX56
85,466 Miles
$33,995

Abilene, TX
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2012 Infiniti QX56
65,603 Miles
$33,991

San Rafael, CA
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2011 Infiniti QX56
122,430 Miles
$22,987

Saint Charles, IL
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2012 Infiniti QX56
54,194 Miles
$39,991

Bellevue, WA
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2010 Infiniti QX56
62,787 Miles
$26,995

Riverhead, NY
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2012 Infiniti QX56
79,363 Miles
$34,905

Pittsburg, CA
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2011 Infiniti QX56
69,654 Miles
$28,122

Bohemia, NY
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Infiniti QX56 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.1
Performance
4.3
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.1
Maintenance
4.1

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Infiniti QX56 Owner Ratings & Reviews

2016 Infiniti QX56 - Comfortable and smooth ride

New York, New York
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
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.

2013 Infiniti QX56 - Best car ever

Norwalk, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
The Infiniti QX56 is a confusingly good vehicle on many fronts. It's better than any past Infiniti ever was, and it's the superior of some of the big, pricey off-roaders that outsell it by a factor of thousands. Quandaries aside, the QX56 looks the part of an SUV--a slightly retro-tinged one, with a flavor of the Japanese SUVs of the 1980s. A lot of the bulk of the last, American-made QX56 is gone, but some of the awkwardness remains, most of it up front, at the tall forehead and the cheesy fender vents that seem desperately in need of a body-color paint job. Inside? It's a tasteful blend of metallic trim and burled wood, gracefully split up by leather and logically arranged controls and strong, masculine lines.
Story
The QX's independent suspension does a fine job of controlling its ride quality, even up to the 22-inch wheels that are available on the most expensive versions. There’s an automatic leveling setup on the rear end for towing duty (the QX will drag 8,500 pounds behind it), as well as available Hydraulic Body Motion Control, which uses a closed air-pressure loop to damp out body lean in tight co... (more)
Pros
This full-size luxury SUV seats seven or eight passengers and came loaded with a wealth of standard features like 20-inch wheels, xenon headlights, tri-zone automatic climate control, a top-view camera system, a power-folding third-row bench seat and a 13-speaker Bose audio system. Optional highlights included an active suspension system, a twin-screen rear entertainment system, ventilated front seats, adaptive cruise control and a host of high-tech safety features designed to either prevent a crash or protect the occupants in the event of one.

2011 Infiniti QX56 - Awesome

Knoxville, Tennessee
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
I have an Infiniti QX56, it's silver in color with dark gray/black leather interior sunroof, wood grain dash. It's a huge vehicle and moving from a smaller SUVs, I didn't think I'd ever feel comfortable driving it because it's so large. It actually took no time at all and am as comfortable driving it as any vehicle, I've ever owned. Even moreso, when you consider the luxury of the vehicle, it's just so nice. We usually drive it, even when our 3 kids aren't riding. It handles well, drives like a dream,
Story
A contractor was building a new house across the street and he had some extra sod grass. He asked us if we wanted it, we said yes. We put a blanket in the back of our luxury vehicle and filled it full of sod grass squares. We used it just like a pickup truck.
Pros
The front and rear cameras are so helpful when parking straight and the electric fold in mirrors are so nice. It Drives well. It's really luxurious. The soft leather interior, the sunroof. The satellite radio is wonderful, the navigation system is so nice to have. We have 3 kids that are all almost in high school we needed a vehicle that was large enough to hold them and their friends. The automatic hatch in the rear, I used to think was ridiculous when I saw people using them but it is so helpful- all the time.
Cons
At speed sometimes when you hit a bump the steering wheel can move a little too much. Speed could be a factor to this but you really have to try to hit bumps squarely with the front tires. When you release the middle seats to fold up to gain access to the rear seats, they have a hard release, they slam forward and it's loud. Often these are operated by kids with no regard to what is "hectic".