2018 INFINITI Q60 for Sale in Oxnard, CA

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$30,000 $32,000 19,813 mi.

2018 INFINITI Q60 3.0t LUXE

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  • Ext. Color: Black
  • Int. Color: Other
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: RWD
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INFINITI of Oxnard
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(805) 624-6636
1 mi. from 93030
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(805) 624-6636
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Infiniti Oxnard/ Robert Cramer
by Scott Johnson from Oxnard California
January 22, 2017
My name is Scott Johnson and I just experienced one of the easiest and hassle free car purchases in my life. Robert Cramer was a knowledgeable, competent salesmen able to answer every question I asked of this vehicle. I had been doing my homework on the car a QX80 for several months while living overseas. Robert kept in contact with me for months before my return to US and trust me he was the only sales guy that stayed in contact, so many other's failed to stay in contact and answer my periodic questions. My experience with Robert, Donna and the entire staff was outstanding and I really suggest you give Robert a call and infinity of Oxnard a visit, just outstanding!
A two door coupe for adults after children
by Max.Imilian from Philadelphia, PA
April 23, 2019
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I love my Q60 except for a few minor annoyances. The 2018 Q60 has beautiful lines with awesome wheels and a sexy head on appearance. It has an surprising amount of trunk space; I can put my golf bag and a 25” suitcase in with just a bit of effort. The drivers seat has a cockpit like feel and everything is within easy reach. Acceleration is smooth and Q60 is quite compared to the Q50. Your not going to get your six foot tall children in the back it’s really a two seater that could fit four in a pinch, but you won’t keep those friends if it is a long drive. The front seat seatbelt brackets will cause the seatbelt strap to rub against shorter drives necks, to prevent this you need to bend it outward periodically. Ask how I figured that out, the original owner traded it in because of it too.The onboard computer is still slow to startup but faster than my old Q50. I would have expected that by now you could set a default drive mode. I would have also liked to see the drivers seat move to a neutral position when the door was opened to make exit and entry easier. Finally the storage spaces where an afterthought. If you’re going have a huge owners manual make sure it will fit in the glove box. You can’t even put a pair of gloves in there once you squeeze the manual in. why do you need an 12v accessory port under the dual display when you have in the center console and two USB ports. I understand the 3.5mm jack I’m total confused by the RCA one. This all takes up the little storage space you have. Other than those minor things I enjoy driving and all the compliments I get from my Q60.
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