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by Steve from | July 2, 2016
Purchased this car about a year ago. It is a driver's car, but cannot be called an SUV. It is a tall station wagon. This is a premium brand so the value for the money is good. Standard leather seats, 360 degree camera, and a few other convenience features make this car appealing. However, don't be fooled, the design of this car has not changed since 2008, and thus the electronics such as the dash display and center infotainment display are aged when compared to the competition. If this is important to you, then avoid this car. The performance of this car is very good. Powerful engine and good handling. The brakes are good, but the pedal feel is on the soft side. The reason I am not giving this car more than three stars is the interior quality and space. It is a small vehicle. The front seats are comfortable and spacious, but the rear is tight. There are also rattles and squeaks. The centre dash plastic noise is annoying, the drivers side window has a rattling noise that is a defect Infiniti will need to engineer the solution for. The drivers side mirror vibrates in a very similar manor you will find on utility trucks. The mirror vibration is noticeable on most Infiniti and Nissan vehicles, so if you have had one of these cars before, and did not notice it then, then you will be fine. If you are looking for latest technology and good interior quality, then look elsewhere. Otherwise a decent car and good value for the money.
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