Infiniti QX55 AWD: Luxury Crossover with Attitude & Style

We love luxury — especially luxury that is reasonably priced — and that ’s one reason why the Infiniti QX 55 Sensory AWD may be the perfect car!
   With a starting price at $57,000 the QX 55 Sensory AWD delivers on all fronts — smooth, tight ride, fashionable looks, lots of technology and perks, and a comfortable interior that every time you slip into the seats you can’t help having a smile of contentment that you’ve made it — but don’t need to flaunt it.
   Yes, The QX is a subtle car until you get in and give it a drive. Then it shines! The eye-catching crossover with a hint of a sport coupe is not as boxy as other models and features eye-catching digital piano key taillights and has a double-arch grille that is origami-inspired. It is  eye-catching, but admittedly it does require a look or two to truly appreciate it. Form is certainly first and foremost — even to the point of lowering the license plate down to the bumper to not spoiling the look.
   It also boosts  such features as Cube design LED headlines with auto leveler, Adoptive Front Lighting System and a moonroof with power open/close/tilt.
   The nod to luxury and performance is felt in the interior as well. The cabin features an unusual asymmetrical design that is a fluid motion, bold statement. We loved the red perforated semi-aniline leather seats and the steely black trim is-making that is not only stunning but cool and edgy.
   Interior perks include tri-zone automatic temperature control system LATCH System for kids, predictive Forward Collision Warning, Direct Adaptive Steering, ProPILOT ASSIST with Head-Up Display (our favorite), Bose Performance Series 16 Speakers Premium Audio System and Remote Engine Start.
   Even with its sleek design, the QX55 offers lots of inside room. The driver gets about 39.9 inches of headroom and about the same in legroom. The backseat is roomy as well with about 38.7 inches of legroom and 36.9 inches of head room with the moonroof. If you don’t have a moonroof, another three inches or so are added.
   In terms of lugging stuff around, it offers 26.9 cubic feet of space if the second row is up; 54.1 inches with the row down.
   This all-wheel drive vehicle offers 268 horsepower and with the MacPherson strut with coil springs over shock absorber, stabilizer bar you can go over bumps and potholes at the speed limit and barely even notice. You get about 22 miles per gallon in the city and 28 miles per gallon combined with highway.
   Nissan always offers value, and with the QX Sensory AWD, you get value, style, great features and a smile knowing you have a car worthy of you.

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