Bad Drive Train Noise!
Bought used with 23k. Drive train makes horrible noise at low speed low rpm. Been back to Infinity twice and they claimed it was a heat shield and fixed it.... twice. Car still makes terrible drive train rumble. Very disappointing.
An overall fantastic package for the price
First of all, this is a beautiful SUV. We bought a used 2019 Luxe with 41,000k miles. I actually prefer it than the 2022 version in terms of exterior styling. Many consider that interior to be outdated, but I think the proper word is outlasted. There's a reason why they haven't changed this interior very much over the years. It is extremely reliable. It has physical buttons. Sometimes an upgrade in technology isn't always the best especially in a vehicle where reliability is paramount. The legendary VQ V6 is still top notch averaging us a combined 22-23 mpg which is great. My friend's 2015 QX60 has 206,000 miles and has no issues with proper scheduled maintenance. The CVT on this one great compared to its Nissan counterpart. The ride is plush but not as plush as a Lexus RX350. It is a bit more on the sporty side, and that's ok. You do not want to be too disconnected to the road. I think what tops it off is the incredible value it offers compared to our other options that we've looked at: Nissan Pathfinder Platinum, VW Atlas, Lexus GX460, and Audi Q7. Overall this beat all of them.
Reliable start up and smooth drive. I owned the ca
This car was quiet and smooth to drive. I started noticing issues with the brakes. It has been in the infiniti dealership twice in 4 mos at a cost of $4100. My brakes failed to engage and my car was totaled.