2020 INFINITI QX80
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Luxury three-row off-road capable family transportation is quite the niche, and it's one that the QX80 aims for directly. This big-bodied SUV can seat up to eight passengers—on leather seats, natch—and offers plenty of space for cargo as well. A 5.6-liter V-8 provides adequate power and a deep-throated burble that seems well-matched to the QX80's masculine styling. While the Infiniti goes up against luxury SUVs such as the BMW X7 and the Mercedes-Benz GLS-class, its plebian roots—it's based on the Nissan Armada—show through too much to be taken entirely seriously as a premium product. The QX80 receives an upgraded infotainment system for 2020 that features two displays, stacked one on top of the other like the systems found in much of the rest of the Infiniti lineup. The top screen is an 8.0-inch unit while the lower one is a 7.0-inch one; Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability are now both standard, and the gauge cluster now sports a new 7.0-inch color trip-computer display. Lane-departure warning, blind-spot monitoring, and rear automated emergency braking are all now standard, as is a rear-door alert that sounds a reminder to check the rear seat upon reaching your destination. Since the Limited model has a price tag that brushes elbows with the new GLS-class and well-optioned X7s, we'd stick with the base Luxe model. It offers plenty of luxury features to keep occupants happy but we'd pay a little extra for the Sensory package, which adds quilted leather upholstery, wood trim, a Bose audio system, heated second-row seats, and many other nice-to-haves. In our testing, the 400-hp 5.6-liter V-8 and seven-speed automatic transmission launched the three-ton Infiniti from zero to 60 mph in 5.9 seconds. While that's speedy for its size, every other competitor we tested was even quicker. Still, we loved the engine's smooth power delivery and snappy throttle response. Too bad it was hard to hustle it along on the highway, with a transmission that hesitated to downshift. Otherwise, it galloped around town with grace, its exhaust note growling after heavy-footed accelerator applications. In our hands, the QX80's ride was highlighted by its comfort, especially compared with the rougher rides of rivals from General Motors. Still, the Infiniti felt less athletic than the GLS450, the GMC Yukon, and the Cadillac Escalade. While those alternatives had more direct steering, the QX80's light helm was friendly around town and steady on the highway. If you're looking for a mega-luxury SUV with sharper driving dynamics, you should look elsewhere, but the Infiniti's serene character will satisfy buyers who want to be coddled. While the Infiniti's interior is comfortable and quiet, the design has barely changed since the QX80 debuted in 2011—back when it was called the QX56. Likewise, features that we expect on luxury liners (such as a panoramic sunroof, massaging seats, and a head-up display) are only available on rivals. Still, the spacious cabin is well built and includes a standard third row. While the QX80 can accommodate adults back there, several competitors are roomier. The Infiniti has standard second-row captain's chairs that can be swapped for a three-seat bench. Those who can't find enough space to store their property inside the QX80 should appear on an episode of Hoarders. The Infiniti has ample interior cubby space, and it held the most luggage behind the third row among similar-size rivals.
2020 INFINITI QX80 Luxe
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Ext Color: Graphite Shadow
Int Color: Graphite
Engine Description: 5.6L V8 400hp 413ft. lbs.
Transmission: 7-Speed Shiftable Au
Item Number: L9701352
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