The Infiniti is impressively designed and great to drive. It’s let down by a firm ride and running costs.It gets a 7/10. Here’s an excerpt from the review by Jonny Edge of DrivingSpirit.com;
Is it possible for a luxury car manufacturer to build a heavy crossover and still maintain their philosophy of keeping the driver connected to the road?
Prior to reviewing the Infiniti QX70, my mind was engulfed with a question; is it possible for a luxury car manufacturer to build a heavy crossover and still maintain their philosophy of keeping the driver connected to the road?
First we have to consider what a difficult task this is for Infiniti. Crossovers are infamously big and heavy, packed full of comforting and helpful equipment and so maintaining the drivers connection to the road (and thereby maintaining Infinitis philosophy) must be very difficult to achieve. So if Infiniti achieve what they set out to do, they should be given some kudos, right?
Yes they should, because within the QX70 youll find that Infiniti philosophy alive and well. Despite its mass, this is a car that inspires confidence. What’s more, it comes with one very important characteristic; the more you drive it, the more you enjoy it. Drive it I did, but that part comes later on.
Andrew has been in the motor trade for over 20 years. What he enjoys most about his job is the team spirit and the dedication of his work colleagues. He also appreciates the teams input in the improvement of the company.
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