Infiniti FX/QX70 Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
3.5 / 5
Despite its size, the FX handles very well and has sharp responses. However, the suspension and very large wheels conspire to give the car a very firm ride, which makes the FX unpleasant to be sat in when driving on rougher roads.
7 / 10
The FX30d is an interesting car with important strengths. The engine is smooth, the build quality is high and plenty of luxury equipment comes as standard.
6 / 10
Infiniti is finding its stride with cars like the QX30d, shame the marketplace is so banjaxed at the moment.
2.5 / 5
Stamping on the throttle will sometimes see the transmission hook up instantly, propelling you up the road. At other times you have a second's pause, a big inhalation and then a hefty kick up the backside.
2.1 / 5
If you want a sporty SUV and are prepared to accept high running costs, then the Infiniti QX70 is worth a look.
2 / 5
The Infiniti QX70 is part-SUV, part-coupe, and comes with a range of powerful V6 and V8 engines.
4 / 10
If you want to stand out from the crowd, the Infiniti QX70 will certainly help. However, it costs a fortune to run and is nowhere near as capable as a BMW X5 or Porsche Cayenne.
1 / 5
An interesting prospect for maverick 4x4 buyers, but the huge costs involved make the Infiniti QX70 prohibitively expensive to buy and run.