With a competitive position in the marketplace and a comprehensive list of standards already available, the Infiniti QX56 transitions to the 2007 model year with relatively minor changes. Horsepower and torque for the standard 5.6L V8 get modest boosts, fortifying its status as one of the more powerful players in its class while still managing respectable fuel economy. In order to keep the carryover styling fresh, the only other change is the addition of Pacific Sapphire to the color palate, complementing the QX's unique exterior design.
Aggressive style; luxuriously appointed; strong performance.
Built on a rugged, body-on-frame chassis, the 2007 Infiniti QX56 is capable of working hard while cosseting it's passengers with luxurious trappings. It's nearly 9,000 pound tow rating allows you to pull nearly anything you can hitch behind it, facilitated by an auto-leveling rear suspension that maintains uniform ride height while doing so; also, its low-range transfer case (4WD model) permits off-road excursions. While certainly appreciated, such ability can easily go unnoticed by occupants inside the cabin, surrounded by such frills as Sojourner leather upholstery, Tuscano carpeting, and Dark Macore or Blonde Apaya wood trim. In addition, a multitude of electronics includes a Bose sound system, satellite radio, DVD navigation system, and available rear entertainment system, to name a few. All this and more, starting at the very competitive price of just under $50,000 for 2WD, just over $53,000 for 4WD.
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