Infiniti QX dimensions

Latest model: Infiniti QX SUV (2012)
Length: 208.3 (in) = 5291 (mm)
Width: 79.9 (in) = 2029 (mm)
Height: 75.8 (in) = 1925 (mm)

Compare Infiniti QX dimensions to: Lexus LX 570

Infiniti QX details:

The 2012 Infiniti QX is a solid choice for a big luxury SUV. Infiniti QX SUV offers the following pros: Plentiful features, both traditional and optional; comprehensive V8 with high tow capacity; handles great for its size. Infiniti QX SUV drawbacks are: Cramped third-row seats; moderate ride harshness.

The 2012 Infiniti QX is a full-size luxury SUV with seats for seven or eight passengers. It is available in one well-equipped trim level with a choice of either rear- or four-wheel drive.

Traditional features include 20-inch alloy wheels, automatic bi-xenon headlights, foglights, heated power-folding mirrors, a sunroof, running boards, back privacy glass, a performance liftgate and front and back parking sensors. Inside you'll find keyless entry/ignition, automatic tri-zone conditioning, leather upholstery, a heated 10-way-adjustable driver bench with memory (eight-way for the front passenger), second-row captain's chairs, a power-folding 60/40-split third-row bench, a 360-degree parking camera, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a performance tilt-and-telescoping heated steering wheel. Electronic features include Bluetooth phone connectivity with streaming stereo, a voice-activated navigator with real-time traffic and a 13-speaker Bose audio system with a CD player, radio, an optional stereo slot and a Usb/ipod interface.

Features are arranged in a succession of packages, most of which require you to buy the preceding feature suite. The Theater suite adds a back bench dual-screen video entertainment system, a 120-volt household-type performance outlet and heated second-row seatings with a performance tip-up option for easier third-row access. From there you can add the Split Seat Seat suite, which changes the second-row captain's chairs and center control panel with a 60/40 split-folding seat that increases seats capacity from seven to eight.

The Deluxe Touring suite adds 22-inch wheels (available separately) as well as Infiniti's Hydraulic Body Motion Control suspension, headlight washers, an updated conditioning system with air purification/filtration, heated and ventilated front seatings, updated leather upholstery and special wood trim and a 15-speaker Bose surround-sound stereo system. Finally, the Technology suite adds adaptive headlights, adaptive cruise control, a lane departure warning and prevention system and a host of innovative security features developed to either prevent a crash or protect the occupants in the event of one. .

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