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The Infiniti QX50 has an all-new, innovative engine and a roomy, quiet, and well-furnished interior. But the engine doesn’t provide the promised performance or fuel economy gains, and the controls are confusing to use, all of which combined to leave us underwhelmed. This SUV is the replacement for the EX, which was renamed the QX50 in 2014; It’s now a more competitive option among luxury compact SUVs.
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Infiniti QX50 Road Test

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At a minimum, we would opt for the Luxe trim, which it comes with blind-spot warning. Shoppers need to choose the Essential trim to get the ProASSIST and ProACTIVE packages of advanced driver-assistance systems. These include steering assist, adaptive cruise control, heads-up display, lane-departu...
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