2011 Infiniti QX Review

Infiniti QX begins with a haunting presence, a quiet strength derived by flowing lines that attract and hold your attention. It continues with the highest level of luxury, not only for the driver and front passenger, but all residents - in the world, personal control over their environment for passengers in all seats in the house. Add to a unique driving experience, as a V8 engine design is powerful and effective hydraulic Body Motion Control. Then top it off with intuitive features that anticipates and responds to user needs and desires. Introducing the all new Infiniti QX 2011, the latest example of design, performance based, technology and crafts of Hyundai. Available in two models, Hyundai Qx56 4WD 7 seats and four wheel drive Qx56 8-passenger, it is expected to go on sale at Infiniti retailers nationwide in summer 2010.

"Following closely on the introduction of the all-new 2011 Infiniti M QX, Infiniti in 2011 gives us an incredible presence in vehicles full-sized luxury performance - perfect for buyers looking for the excitement of style, comfort , space and driving, "said Wendy Durward, Director, Infiniti Canada. "Both the new M and QX also offer a complete range of innovative technologies available, including the blind spot alert and Infiniti QX advanced hydraulic system Body Motion Control."

The second generation of Infiniti QX has been completely redesigned, starting from the platform. Construction of new high chassis rigidity increases ride comfort while reducing noise, vibration and harshness. The new 5.6-liter V8 to combine significant acceleration of the Infiniti VVEL (Variable Valve Event & Lift) with the effectiveness of direct injection gasoline (DIG?) And 7-speed automatic. With 400 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque, Infiniti QX handle tasks such as towing boats or trailers (8500 lbs towing capacity), while offering more than 10% better fuel economy than the previous generation Infiniti QX.

The interior of the body is a distinctive Infiniti QX in a long time in luxury, including standard Infiniti Hard Drive Navigation System, Around View? Control and Bose? 2 channels, 13 high level speakers audio system, leather seats perforated semi-aniline and a double 7-inch Color, DVD headrest system that allows different sources to be played simultaneously. The 2011 Infiniti QX also offers a spacious interior first and second row, and a generous space for luggage.

A completely new design and a stunning presence

2011 Infiniti QX is designed to attract and retain viewers' attention, makes you feel like the bottom of the power and strength. The design is a dynamic, its size is able to transfer eight adults and their property in a great elegance. A bold chrome grille coated with auto on / off headlights dual pop-up headlight washers, front and integrated. Auto-leveling headlights Adaptive Front Lighting (AFS) are available as options.

Other exterior features LED tail lights, heated, folding side mirrors, power integrated emergency lights, courtesy lights and reverse tilt-down, color-keyed running boards, body-color integrated into the front and rear splash guards constructed in the wheel, roof rails and crossbars, power sliding tinted glass moonroof and rear power product divisions.

The new Infiniti QX features revised scale than the previous generation - 1.4 inch (35.56 mm) long, 1.1 inches (27.94 mm), wider and 3.8 inches (96.52 mm) lower the overall height. In front of the chassis rear spoiler, rear spoiler on the division of the product and the redesigned exterior mirrors help better aerodynamics, Cd of 0.37 and zero lift. Infiniti QX strong presence is accentuated by a powerful combination of wheels and tires - standard 20-inch and available 22-inch - and a distinctive palette of six exterior colors.

"The look is certainly Infiniti Infiniti grille, broad shoulders and large greenhouse," said Wendy Durward. "It is robust, sophisticated and completely captivating."

Power and innovation under the skin

For 2011, Infiniti QX completely new body and chassis are designed to give the body rigidity and improved vibration reduction compared to the previous design QX.

Structural changes include a new high rigidity of the structure enlarged side frame rail width section, revised connecting structures between the crossbar and side rails, an integrated rear tow hook member, to improve the rigidity of the cabin, one and a special attack back body structure of the ring around the back door.

"Customers will never be aware of the extensive effort put into the development of Hyundai QX frame and body to reduce bending, rattles and squeaks - they just want to enjoy a quiet, comfortable ride, which is unexpected in a full-size SUV, "said poor. "The new platform can handle family adventure for rough terrain, without compromising ride quality for everyday, around town cruising."

The second generation of Infiniti QX also new engines and transmission designs - providing a combination of power, efficiency and refinement worthy of the name of Hyundai. The new 5.6-liter DOHC 32-valve V8 aluminum alloy advanced features of Hyundai VVEL (for Variable Valve Event & Lift) new technologies and direct injection gasoline (DIG �).

VVEL combines hydraulic-controlled variable valve timing and electronically controlled valves, the intake side to improve performance and response. Gas response to increasing direct control over intake valve, rather than using a traditional monitors throttle intake. VVEL system also includes an improvement in emissions and fuel consumption (more than a non-VVEL models), significantly reducing the strength of suction that occurs when opening the throttle motor is reduced, and production is low. New DIG � system allows for better wide-open throttle performance and fuel economy and emissions performance by reducing engine knock, improves the stability of combustion and provides more accurate control of injection.

The engine is rated at 400 horsepower and 413 Nm of torque, vs. 320 hp and 393 Nm of torque produced by the 2010 QX non-VVEL/non-DIG � V8. When a 25% increase in power, the 2011 QX does not sacrifice fuel economy, which grew by 10% compared to 2010 Infiniti QX.

Also contributed to the improved fuel economy is the 2011 Infiniti QX standard 7-speed automatic with Adaptive Shift Control (ASC) and the manual shift mode downshift rev match.

Versus 2010 QX: 5-speed automatic transmission, a new 7-speed transmission offers a wider gear ratios, torque converter lock-changing, a new improved program change and a new automatic transmission fluid designed to reduce heat consumption at startup .

Infiniti QX is offered with standard all-wheel drive with proven Hyundai All-Mode 4WD? system with auto modes 4H and 4L. The system is designed to distribute torque to all four wheels when road conditions warrant (up to 50 percent can go to the front wheels on demand), helps to improve traction.

All models also Hill Start Assist Infiniti QX. With Hill Start Assist, if the driver is stopped on a slope, and get off the brake pedal, the system will keep the Infiniti QX in place for a few seconds - without canceling. This allows the driver to easily switch between the brake pedal to the accelerator on steep slopes.

For the first time on a Hyundai is a new hydraulic control body movement that are offered (available as part of the technology package, which includes 22-inch wheels and tires and some other functions). The system helps reduce body lean while turning for a more comfortable ride. By means of hydraulic cylinders located on the dampers (connected via the crossover pipe and two batteries), it adjusts the roll stiffness by allowing the transfer of fluid between the left and right sides of the vehicle through the passive transfer of weight during normal driving. It also helps to reduce shock through hump bounce and roll damping forces separately.

Infiniti QX suspension is independent double wishbone and rear design with Dual Flow Path? twin-tube shock absorbers, stabilizer bars and an automatic rear leveling, which seeks to maintain a uniform ground clearance and departure angle, even when towing or cargo, by automatically adjusting the pressure of air in the swim bladder system.

Braking is provided by disc brakes 4-wheel (13.8-inch ventilated discs front and rear) with Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) and electronic brake distribution (EBD). Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) and 4-Wheel Active Brake Limited Slip (ABLS) is standard on all Infiniti QX56. Power steering motor speed is also standard.

The Infiniti QX Maximum towing capacity is 8500 pounds. A special towing mode revises shift patterns when engaged. Standard features include a trailer hitch and Class IV trailer wiring harness 7-pin integrated into the rear bumper (with a cover for a sleek look when not in use).

Each QX 2011 comes with 20 inch split 7 spoke alloy wheels P275/60R20 tires with aluminum performance all season, while 22-inch 9-spoke forged aluminum alloy wheels with P275/50R22 all-season performance tires are included with Technology Package. A Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) with the pressure around reading and tire pressure gauge is also standard.

"New Infiniti QX to give drivers a sense of connection to the road," said Durward. "There is also a considerable amount of smooth ride comfort, a lot of power and torque, and a solid feel throughout the vehicle, which is relaxing and enjoyable for all passengers."

Worldwide travel experience

QX The new world-class inner sanctuary offers a comfortable and personal orders for each occupant. It has the standard 7-passenger seating, 8 passengers with the available capacity with the second-row seats fold 60/40. Luxurious semi-aniline leather seating is standard with three rows. The driver's seat is 10 positions of power, including support for two power-back. It has a standard memory system for dual seat occupant of the driver, steering wheel and outside mirrors. The front passenger seat 8-way power adjustable, including the support of two power-back. HVAC (heating and cooling functions) front seats are standard, as are heated seats in second row (outer seats only). The chairs in the 2nd row captain offer advanced features for the third row easy entry and exit /.

Also standard is a remote version for the second row of seats to turn the tip up with a switch on the center console. The third row seats are power folding design with ability to sleep 60-40. The center console of the second row includes two cupholders and two storage bins.

In addition, the standard is heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel. Plenty of space for luggage is equipped with a 3-row seats up. Once down, flat load floor offers a large versatile space to transport cargo, equipment, furniture and leisure.

Two interior colors are available - the wheat and graphite - both finished in a dark wood tone interior trim.

"If you could be inside a private jet and into a full-size SUV would not be far," said Wendy Durward. "Since the provision as one of their leather couches semi-aniline-quality audio and entertainment systems from three sources, the Infiniti QX interior is world class. This is a highly adaptable, with a quality and quiet adds to the stress-free driving and driving experience. "

The long list of comfort features and convenience options include nine cupholders and 4 bottle holders-holder pocket, Tri-zone automatic climate control, Infiniti Intelligent Key with pushbutton ignition, gauges Fine Vision electroluminescent and signature Infiniti analog clock. Available through the technology program is a climate system Advanced Control (ACCS) with Plasmacluster? air purifier filter, grape polyphenols and automatic recirculation.

Among the new Infiniti QX a fixed amount of technology and entertainment features include 8-inch screen WVGA color touch, Infiniti controller for use in vehicles, information systems and comfort features, and Infiniti hard drive navigation system Zagat ? Guide to restaurants. Bluetooth? Hands Free Phone System is standard, so it's convenient Around View? Monitor the front and rear sonar system. Around the View? Monitor is a new large rear-view camera.

Bose? 2 channels, 13-speaker premium audio system includes two subwoofers. Speakers mounted on the third row ensures that the sound quality is not compromised by obstacles such as luggage or cargo.

Other standard equipment includes a single in-dash DVD / CD player with MP3 playback, XM? Satellite Radio, USB port for use with the iPod interface or other compatible devices, and streaming audio via Bluetooth.

Other features are the two 7-inch headrest monitors, two pairs of wireless headphones, wireless remote control, auxiliary input jacks and 120V outlet. Infiniti QX allows playback of movies or games behind, but the front passengers to listen to the audio, all at the same time. Two 7-inch monitors have an automatic change in brightness during the day, the clouds / evening and night / light tunnels.

Available technology

While the new 2011 Infiniti M sedan, the new QX offers a range of advanced technology systems. QX includes both the Infiniti Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Lane Departure Prevention (LDP) systems. The LDP and the LDW systems use a small camera installed behind the windshield to detect lane markers in front of the vehicle, calculates its position relative to lane markers and help warn the driver of any inadvertent lane departure with a visual indicator and audible noise. If the driver does not return the vehicle back to the middle lane, the LDP system assists the driver when braking lightly on the opposite side of the drift.

The new alarm Blind Spot (BSW), the system is also available. Light comes on if another vehicle is detected in the blind spot. If the driver activates the indicator light flashes and the audible sound.

Optional new Infiniti QX56 is Infiniti's Intelligent Cruise Control system developed (Full Speed ??Range), which uses a combination of laser sensors, actuators, gas and brake, and Infiniti QX56's braking system measures the distance from the front of the car and QX56 Infiniti automatically adjusts speed to maintain a pre-selected distance.

Distance Control Assist (DCA), which intuitively ask the driver to release the throttle and brakes as needed to slow traffic, is available in the package of technology - intelligent brake Assist (IBA) with Forward Collision Warning ( FCW) and before the seat belt pre-collision.

The Infiniti QX56 full list of safety features include an advanced air bags (AABS) with two additional sensors airbags front seat belt and occupant classification, roof-mounted side curtain airbags on the impact of additional air with rollover sensor to protect the occupants outboard head three rows, front seat-mounted side impact bags of extra air, 3-point belt safety first with pretensioners, load limiters and belt reminder safety belts 3 points for all rear seat occupants (including center position), compared to the restrictions of active safety head and the LATCH (anchors and less for children). Infiniti QX56 also offers the body construction of deformation zones front and rear steel beams in side doors.

"The new Infiniti QX uses technology such as support for remote control and intelligent cruise control, as it should be - to help reduce the stress of driving, without isolating the driver of driving pleasure," said Wendy Durward.

Models and packages

Infiniti QX 2011 is available in two well equipped models: the Infiniti QX56 4WD 7-passenger, and the Infiniti QX56 4WD 8-passengers. Each room features an advanced 5.6-liter V8 and a 7-speed automatic and a full range of luxury features and performance, as semi-aniline leather seats with the Infiniti Hard Drive Navigation system, Around View? Monitor and premium audio system.

The technology package is offered, allowing buyers to refine their experience QX your specific needs. The technology package includes 22-inch 9-spoke alloy wheels forged aluminum wheels and P275/50R22 all-season performance, the control system of body movement advanced hydraulic control of the climate system (ACCS). The Technology Package also offers an Intelligent Cruise Control (Full-Speed ??Range), Intelligent Brake Assist (IBA) with Forward Collision Warning (FCW), Distance Control Assist (DCA), Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Lane Departure Prevention (LDP), Point of Care of the Blind (BSS) before seat belts pre-collision system and adaptive front lighting (AFS), auto-leveling headlamps.
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