2014 Infiniti QX50

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2014 Infiniti QX50
Available in 4 styles:  2014 Infiniti QX50 4dr 4x2 shown
Starting MSRP
$34,850–$38,600
Estimated MPG

17 city / 24–25 hwy

Average Ratings

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4.0 out of 5

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2 out of 5 people recommended this car.


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Worthless Front Sonar

by Engine-Truck 21 from Richmond Va | October 22, 2014

Bought QX-50 AWD-Journey in May 2014, to replace 2013-FX-37. For the most part we really like the car and how it handles. The front sonar feature is worthless. If you are approaching an object in the forward motion the sonar will not indicate anything until you run into it. Infiniti rep and the dealership advised the only way the front sonar will work is if you turn on the camera as you approach or think you are getting too close to something. The FX-37 front sonar would signal then turn on the front camera if you were getting too close to something, which in my opinion the way it should function, not requiring the operator to turn the camera on if they think they are too close to something. If I had known this was the way the front sonar worked I would not have purchase this car. I am now stuck

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Uses car for Having fun
Does not recommend this car


5 STAR BARGAIN

by OLD TIME CAR GUY from | September 15, 2014

Retired after 35 years in the automobile business. Researched the QX50 thoroughly before purchase . Can't drive it enough! All day comfortable. Wonderful power and luxury. Negotiated a great deal. Naturally aspirated 6CYL. with 325 HP. (NO turbo or supercharger to worry about). Japanese reliability. My wife and I just returned from Pennsylvania, put on 1000 miles (24 miles per gallon). Great through the mountains. We put the rear seats forward for more storage and better visibility. Don't hesitate to buy the QX50 or to compare it to anything in it's class. 2014 Infinity QX50 AWD Journey. (Moonlight white). OH YEAH!

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Severely Underwelmed!

by Larryhat from Grand Prairie, TX | March 31, 2014

Bought this vehicle on a cold/windy day, and because I was tired of looking, I made a bit of a hasty purchase. This car lacks a few things that $40k plus vehicles normally have. Such as: 1 touch windows, 1 touch sun/moon roof, lumbar support in the drivers seat, auto wipers, rear cargo net, ventilated seats. Trivial, but they put the front cup holders so close together, that it's difficulty to have two large coffees at the same time. At 42k, no safety features such as adaptive cruise or lane departure. The good news is, it is a very comfortable car, and so far seems fun to drive.

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Luxury All Around ..for a Good Price

by KP from Vancouver | January 30, 2014

This car is nicely done. Interiors are more luxurious than Audi/VW/BMW and even Mercedes. Japanese cars are super cheap to maintain and this car beats them all in power. 325 v/s max 215 in others. Fuel rating is in line with others. If you compare with others, not much of a difference. I highly recommend this car. I almost fell for a Tiguan ( not near this from luxury perspective).

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Does recommend this car


Infinity New Naming is underwhelming

by adwaark from New York | September 6, 2013

2 cents - In my opinion Infiniti's new naming conventions for sedans and SUVs is confusing, unnecessary and turns away a lot of people from dealerships. EX37 was a familiar name for many households and QX50 is simply misleading. There is nothing 50 in the car - no 5 liter engine, 5 doors or anything that says 5 for the future owners. This leads to a confusion among consumers.

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Does not recommend this car



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