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Infiniti QX56

Year: Starting at $60,750 MPG 14-20 The refined Infiniti QX is a full-size luxury SUV that was redesigned for 2011 to make it look more like the brand’s smaller cohorts. It pulls off the difficult trick of being cushy and rugged all at once – but it is better at hauling people than cargo. Ride and handling are improved since the QX has been designed as an SUV rather than being built off a modified pickup-truck platform. Still, the QX’s snow and tow modes made it a valiant performer in bad weather and boat transportation. It can haul up to 8,500 pounds. Buyers should be prepared to shell out major bucks at the gas pump. Both the rear- and four-wheel drive versions of the QX return only 14 mpg in city driving and 20 mpg on the highway, according to the EPA. The standard 5.6-liter V-8 engine has direct fuel injection and makes 400 horsepower. It is linked to a seven-speed automatic transmission. The enormous SUV can seat up to eight in three rows of leather-lined luxury. Check the box for the no-cost split bench seat if you need room for eight. While 2013 pricing has yet to be announced, expect to pay over $60,000 for the biggest SUV in the Infiniti lineup. The price escalates if you add such options as the $2,950 theater package, which includes dual seven-inch color monitors with wireless remote to keep the kids entertained on long trips. …
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