2011 Infiniti M56 vs. 2011 BMW 550i Comparison Test
Edmunds.com puts the 2011 BMW 550i and the 2011 Infiniti M56 in a head to
head comparison test of performance luxury sedans.
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2010 Mercedes-Benz E550 vs 2011 Infiniti M56
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Fifth Gear Web TV - Infiniti M37 Road Test
Vicki tests out the new M37 from Infiniti -- an executive saloon car that
comes with the same powerful V6 engine as Nissan's 370z; and such luxurious
gadgets as a Sat Nav that can find Michelin-starred restaurants and an air
con system that breathes woodland fragrances into the cabin. But is this
funny looking saloon car really a match for proven German rivals? For more
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2012 Infiniti M56x first drive review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Infiniti M56X AWD packs a powerful
punch. With a 420 horsepower V8 engine and a
seven speed automatic transmission this car will rocket from 0 to 60 in
just under 5 seconds. That's fast for a car that can easily haul 5 people
in style and comfort.
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So you you need to carry seven people in comfort with decent economy but
you don't want a minivan? Enter Infiniti's three-row luxury hybrid
crossover, the QX60 Hybrid. Thanks to stronger fuel economy regulations
there are plenty of three-row CUVs to choose from, but if you want
something with a better brand name under 60-large that sips gasoline like a
mid-sized sedan, you're left with few options. Infiniti has had incredible
success with the non-hybrid version of the QX60 coming in third in the
segment despite being one of the newest entries.
Infiniti's bulbous styling may not be everyone's cup of tea, but it is a
distinctive island in a sea of me-too crossovers. This new take on
Infiniti's "box fish" style isn't as striking (or polarizing) as when the M
debuted in 2010. On the bright side, now that the design has aged, general
opinion in my informal lunch group was overwhelmingly positive. Something I
couldn't say about the 2010 M. Despite heavy parts sharing with the new
Pathfinder, the QX is better distinguished than the former generation
QX/Armada was and indeed better differentiated than the Chevy Traverse and
The cabin is covered in soft-touch plastics, leather and acres of highly
polished wood trim, just as you expect from Infiniti. In this segment, if
you want an interior that doesn't share parts with a mass-market brand,
you're again limited to the XC90 as every other design team had access to a
corporate parts bin. Keeping this in mind, Nissan/Infiniti's parts bin is a
nicer place to spend time than GM's button-bank. The new Enclave has a very
competitive interior, but some of the parts choices fail to blend while the
Infinti is a sea of harmony. Indeed one might say the Pathfinder borrows
Infiniti parts and not the other way around. This top-down parts sharing is
good for Pathfinder shoppers, but only time will tell if there is enough
differentiation to make Infiniti shoppers happy. The XC90′s interior is
still competitive thanks to continual tweaks over the past ten years, but
that can't forgive the lack of even a modest refresh from the Swedes.
The QX60 represents an interesting move for the brand I like to think of as
"the Japanese BMW." By putting practicality and economy before performance
they have created a most un-Infiniti crossover. The combination of a nearly
perfect interior, smooth CVT, 32% better fuel economy than Infiniti's QX80
and the available hybrid that takes things to the next level and will
actually save the average owner money, make a compelling argument. Toyota
Highlander Hybrid, MDX and Audi Q7 shoppers looking for a compliant and
efficient ride would do well to put the Infiniti on their short list as it
is quite possibly the best three-row luxury crossover in America.