- 2011 Infiniti M56 Road Test & Review

Beautifully sleek and curvaceous, the 2011 Infiniti M56 is an exciting and luxurious ride. Infiniti has lengthened this year's models dimensions, increasing the length, height and width overall. Its new powerful engine and flowing redesign are all intact from the 2010 model as well. Roadfly TV and host Ross Rapoport took a good look at the M56 and they were very impressed. Under the hood the Infiniti boasts some true and surprising power. The M56 has a 5.6-liter V8 engine that produces 420 horsepower and gets 417 pound-feet of torque. This impressive feat lets the M get to 60 mph in a time of roughly 4.9 seconds. The seven-speed automatic transmission is flawless, shifting gears with a fluid ease, making great use out of all 420 horses. Inside, the Infiniti shines. The dash and interior materials are made from Japanese ash wood, giving a the M56 a unique and timeless aesthetic. Comfortability and luxury are not a problem here. Altogether the Infiniti M56, sold as the Nissan Fuga in Japan, is a seductive competitor to such European hallmarks as the BMW 5-Series or the Mercedes-Benz E550 and is hot on their heels in terms of desirability and driving enthusiasm. Drivers seeking a classy and distinguished alternative to the European market would do well to take a close look at the M56. Host: Ross Rapoport - Car Forum - RoadflyTV - Facebook - Twitter - IMDB -

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RoadflyTV - 2011 VW Touareg VR6 Sport Review & Test Drive
Host Ross Rapoport spent a week in the all-new 2011 Volkswagen Touareg VR6 Sport, a brand new redesigned premium SUV that is as fun to drive as it is comfortable and elegant. Sharing some design cues with the far-more expensive Porsche Cayenne, the Touareg has flowing lines and a pronounced back-end, making its silhouette look eerily similar to its European cousin. Also for 2011, the Touareg has managed to drop over 400 pounds while increasing its cargo capacity and overall size, a fairly noteworthy improvement over the course of one year. The Touareg for 2011 comes in several different engine options, including a brand new hybrid option which unfortunately we didn't get to test drive. However, our 3.6L VR6 engine, with 280 horsepower and 265 pound-feet of torque, was more than capable of getting us around town with its ample power and acceleration. Gas mileage is decent considering the engine and the weight, you'll be mustering roughly 16 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway. With the hybrid engine, you'll be getting slightly better numbers: a supercharged V6 with 333 horses and 324 pound feet, with gas mileage coming in at 20/27. Do the math and that extra power and mileage might not be enough to justify the additional $9,000 or so it takes to upgrade to the hybrid engine. And all of the Touaregs come with VW's 4MOTION all-wheel drive system to manage all the twists and turns your commute can throw at you. Inside, the Touareg is functional and efficient, if a little plain. The execution is user-friendly, with a highly intuitive climate control and navigation system. All in all, the cabin is practical, but doesn't contain any particular cutting-edge technology that you might expect in a SUV at this price. In fact, the Touareg doesn't contain real leather seats, a sunroof, or a third row of seats. The 2011 Touareg has undergone some very desirable upgrades and changes for this year, and remains a very powerful front-runner in the midsize and luxury SUV segment, giving many of its more expensive competitors in its class a run for their money. Our VR6 Sport Touareg starts off at $45,600 with an as tested price of $46,420. For more information, pictures of the Touareg and a downloadable window sticker with prices visit: Host: Ross Rapoport Vehicle: 2011 Volkswagen Touareg VR6 Sport Base Price: $45,600 Price as tested: $46,420 Engine: 3.6L VR6 engine horsepower: 280 hp / 265 lb-ft torque Transmission: Eight-speed automatic Warranty: 3 years/36,000 miles EPA: 21 city / 27 highway MPG - Car Forum - RoadflyTV - Facebook - Twitter - IMDB - - 2011 Infiniti QX56 Road Test and Review
Infiniti recently introduced their next generation QX56 SUV. It's been completely redesigned inside and out for 2011. Join Jessi Lang as she road tests and reviews this all new luxury offering from Infiniti. For more car reviews and discussion visit