2016 Infiniti QX80 Review – Get in the Luxury

For those who will get to try out the 2016 Infiniti QX80 for the first time, as soon as you walk up to the vehicle, know that you will be in for a new experience. If you know the interiors of the Mazda5, then you’ll know that it has six seats; however, the QX80 has seven and its size makes Mazda’s contender to look like a half-scale toy. This can be the largest vehicle that you may want to drive. Even though it has 22-inch, 14-spoke wheels (which are somewhat unusually large), this beast of a vehicle scream luxury and sexy in about every way.

2016 Infiniti QX80 Review - Get in the Luxury

The 2016 Infiniti QX80 is a Luxurious Ride From the Inside-Out

As you would expect from its price tag, the 2016 Infiniti QX80 has interior finishes that are exceptional. There are a pile of nice feature that come as standard. These include rear captain’s chairs (a very nice touch), Bose Cabin Surround sound system, twin video monitors, cordless headphones for rear passengers, SiriusXM satellite radio, an 8-inch color touchscreen display with navigation, climate control seatings, two 12-volt power outlets, and a whole lot of storage space found in the front and rear center consoles.

When looking through the windshield, you will immediately see the beautifully curved lines of the car’s hood. This visual theme continues along throughout the car’s exterior. While the general shape of this Infiniti QX80 is akin to that of a box, the curvy lines will add a touch of sleekness that can be found in this large vehicle.

Those who are new to driving large vehicles will be happy to know that the QX80 comes with a rear backup camera with collision warning. This will make getting out of a tight parking space a lot less nerve wracking. Once you get the QX80 out of said parking area, you will get a great view of the road ahead as the windshield is enormous (much like every bit of the car). The seating position is also high so it would make drivers, and front passengers, to feel like you can see just about everything the world has to offer.

While the QX80’s Intelligent Cruise Control is a nice touch, it would feel rather intrusive. This function will slow down the vehicle down in traffic, but it will kick in when you would close in on another car for a pass. Simply put, it would be hard to overtake another vehicle when driving behind the wheel of the QX80.

The2016 Infiniti QX80 is a luxury vehicle that comes with a great amount of benefits. Beginners to driving a large vehicle will be at ease as the car comes with the right features to make the ride a lot less nerve wracking.


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