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2021 Infiniti QX50 Review

The Infiniti QX50 is a luxury crossover that first appeared in the US market in 2007. However, since then, with the older generation of cars, this is not really successful in terms of sales. .

The INFINITI QX50, which was completely redesigned for the 2019 model year, continues to be refined for 2021 and adds a number of enhancements, including additional standard content on various grade levels. The MSRP for the 2021 QX50 starts at $37,950 for the FWD model and $39,950 for AWD.

For 2021, enhancements to the QX50 include a new Mineral Black exterior color option. Rear seat-mounted side-impact supplemental airbags and Automatic Collision Notification with emergency call, acoustic laminated front side glass, Wi-Fi Hotspot are newly standard across the model range.

The following technologies are now standard from 2021 QX50 LUXE: Heated front seats, Intelligent Cruise Control, Distance Control Assist, Blind Spot Intervention, Lane Departure Prevention and ProPILOT Assist.

The QX50 LUXE also offers an available Appearance Package, featuring additional aesthetic enhancements from the Edition 30 such as 20-inch black-painted wheels, black mirror caps, dark chrome accents, black grille mesh, and graphite headliner.

Additional key standard features for 2021 include: Traffic Sign Recognition on QX50 ESSENTIAL, Head-up Display on QX50 SENSORY, Direct Adaptive Steering on QX50 AUTOGRAPH, and Tow Package on QX50 AUTOGRAPH AWD. The previously optional Climate Package for QX50 SENSORY is now complimentary.

Currently available at INFINITI retailers nationwide, the 2021 QX50 is available in a choice of five grade levels: QX50 PURE, QX50 LUXE, QX50 ESSENTIAL, QX50 SENSORY and QX50 AUTOGRAPH. Each is offered in front-wheel drive or Intelligent All-Wheel Drive.

QX50 is in the same segment with the BMW X3, Audi Q5 or Mercedes GLC. For the previous version, there are 3 versions available.

The standard version is the QX50 Pure, and if you switch from front to all-wheel drive, the extra cost is $ 1,800. The more premium version, the QX50 Luxe and the highest version, the QX50 Essential costs up to $ 46,000.

All three versions use a turbocharged petrol engine with a 2-liter inline 4-cylinder capacity. Maximum capacity of 268 horsepower.

The new QX50 is similar in design to the QX70. The new compact crossover is expected to become its best-selling car. Infiniti QX50 has long-standing rivals such as the BMW X3 or Mercedes GLC-class; Audi Q3, Volvo XC60 and Lexus NX.

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