2011 Infiniti QX56 4WD

Jeffrey Jablansky
Matt Tierney

Count me in the group that hates this truck's styling, particularly its whale-like front end. If you can get beyond that, the QX indeed has a cushy, commodious interior that is executed with the style and quality we've come to expect from Infiniti. I wasn't able to find any cheap racing cars to tow like Mike or Phil, but even in city driving, the QX didn't feel out of its element. Steering is surprisingly precise, and the 5.6-liter engine is quick to respond to any jab of the throttle. In other words, it drives as well as most crossovers while providing the expected capability of a body-on-frame truck.
- David Zenlea, Assistant Editor

None of you commented on how atrocious the steering/driver feedback is?I might as well have been drving by remote control.Great interior and good power but that is about it.I am buying the Denali. Hands down the better vehicle test driven so far.
I can never quite get over how huge QX's are when I see them on the streets.

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