Infiniti qx70s review




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    Infiniti qx70s review

    Infiniti qx70s review

    Infiniti qx70s review

    Infiniti qx70s review

    Infiniti qx70s review

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    This special edition features dark exterior accents and purple stitching inside. When it comes to true crossovers, few could argue that the Infiniti QX70 fits under that banner. The question is why? The special edition Infiniti QX70 S Design arrived in the CarAdvice garage and instantly attracted a lot of attention - both positive and negative. But then it's not styled to compete at the lower-priced end of the segment either, leaving it hovering somewhere in the middle.

    Technically a crossover involves the body of the car being built separate to, then added to the platform of an existing model, while an SUV is built with the platform and the body as one unit. The theory is that a crossover can have a bigger SUV style or more practical body with the underpinnings and performance of a sportier car.

    Infiniti qx70s review

    In this case the Infiniti is built on the Nissan Z platform - offering a higher driving position and more room in the cabin as well as performance. The style is outlandish with its exaggerated body shape, and therefore divisive for potential buyers. The bonnet is long and sloped; the rear angular and drawn out, while the low roofline and sharply curved window-line at the rear makes the cabin looked compressed.

    Pitched at those looking for a performance crossover with a dash of aggression included in the styling, the QX70 S Design is based on the top-spec S Premium with dark exterior highlights. Black is back; the S Design features dark chrome accents on the tailgate and around the fog lights, as well as a blackened front grille and vents, black roof rails and inch black alloy wheels.

    Infiniti qx70s review

    Inside, the special edition is dark and moody, though the bright purple stitching provides a welcome pop of colour. The 'Graphite' interior colour option means that the violet yarn possibly from hair of the one-eyed, one-horned flying purple people eater that adorns the steering wheel and gearshift lever is also used to accent the seats, doors and centre armrest.

    Personally I liked it, although the 'grape Hubba Bubba' tone won't be to everyone's liking. The special edition additions are stylistic, the S Design has the same features as the S Premium.

    On paper, it's impressively kitted out with electric seat adjustment, around-view monitor, keyless entry, sunroof, Bose audio system, satellite navigation and an impressive suite of safety features like adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and brake assist.

    Infiniti qx70s review

    The dash is loaded with buttons, but it felt familiar and easy to learn your way around the controls though at times it's a stretch from the driver's seat. The infotainment screen is inlaid into the dashboard, and the controls are laid out on a shelf underneath, then below that lies more rows of buttons. The around-view camera was a bit of a letdown when it came to the quality of the image being relayed to the screen, plus there were massive blind spots at the rear-corners.

    Overall the interior is visually interesting but a little dated and seems over complicated with all of the buttons and levels, and lacks the finesse and refinement of some of its premium competitors. For the price tag, you'd expect it to feel more luxurious inside; instead it simply felt like a Nissan. Out on the road the glaring blunder caused by its outrageous styling is the lack of visibility.

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