USED: Just The Facts: All You Need to Know About the 2019 Infiniti QX50

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This Fun to Drive, Easy on the Eyes SUV is Full of Modern Tech, too.

This is what you need to know about the 2019 Infiniti QX50.

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The elegant details in the cabin in the 2019 Infiniti QX50 greet you when you open the car door. Photo: Scotty Reiss

Who This Car is For

  • Buyers for whom style is a top priority
  • Buyers who value a an elegant and modern design vision
  • Drivers who want a small luxury SUV
  • Drivers who want cutting edge driver assist and safety features
  • Drivers who want to kick in the turbo and have fun in sport mode   
  • Drivers who may occasionally have back seat passengers; this car is best for singles, couples or very small families
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The rear cargo area is more spacious than it looks; we were able to fit a golf bag and luggage for four people. Photo: Scotty Reiss

What We Loved

  • This interior; we experienced the top of the line and it’s stunning
  • The exterior look, which is elegant and refined
  • A panoramic sunroof and lots of glass for a light, airy interior
  • Run flat tires are standard
  • The smaller but more fuel efficient engine
  • The rear lift gate now has an electric close button (prior models did not)
  • Motion activated liftgate
  • Leading edge driver assist and safety technology
  • A spacious cargo area that fits more cargo than you think
  • The demure size and distinct shape of this SUV
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The front end of the 2019 Infiniti QX50. Photo: Scotty Reiss

What This Car Costs

  • Pure model, the entry level model, starts at $36,650
  • Luxe, the mid-grade model, starts at $39,500
  • Add all wheel drive adds $2,000 to the price
  • Essential model, which is the top of the line with 4 cylinder turbo engine, all wheel drive, leather seats, panoramic sunroof, multiple drive modes and paddle shifters, roof rails, rain sensing wipers, safety technology features including blind spot monitors, emergency braking, around view monitor, park sensors , remote start, tire pressure monitors with easy fill alert (the horn beeps when you reach the optimal tire pressure) and infotainment touch screen $45,150
  • Pro Assist package adds backup collision intervention, distance control assist, adaptive cruise control  and rear cross traffic alert: $550
  • Pro Pilot Assist package adds steering assist, full speed range adaptive cruise control (so, stop and go), lane departure warning and prevention, automatic high beam headlights, head up display and adaptive steering: $2,000
  • Autograph package, with white quilted leather: $2,000
  • Sensory package, with 20” wheels, heated and cooled front seats, advanced climate control, motion activated liftgate, ambient interior lighting, maple wood trim, Ultrasuede headliner (ceiling cover), memory settings for front seats, mirrors and steering wheel, power tilt and telescoping steering wheel and a Bose premium sound system: $7,000
  • Price of the model we test drove, including delivery: $59,085
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The media controller is at your fingertips in the Infinti QX50. Photo: Scotty Reiss

What You Need to Know

  • Seats 5 but more comfortable for 4
  • 3 USB ports and 3 12V power ports: two under the center of the dashboard and one in the center console under the arm rest; there are two 12V cigarette lighter adapter style power ports, one under center of the dashboard and one in the back seat on the back of the center console; there is also a 12V power port in the cargo area
  • Rear seats fold flat by pulling a tab in the cargo area
  • The model we test drove is the top of the line
  • All season run flat tires are standard equipment, so there is not a spare
  • Much of Infiniti’s great driver assist and safety technology features are an additional cost
  • 4 year/60,000 basic warranty
  • 6 year/70,000 powertrain warranty
  • 24 hour roadside assistance
  • Estimated to get 24 MPG in the city/30 highway; we got about 24 MPG

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    The rear seat in the Infiniti QX50. Photo: Scotty Reiss

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