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(Model years 2019 - 1990 including exotics and classic cars)
Compact, luxurious, quiet and packed with standard features amply describes the 2018 Infiniti QX30.
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The QX60 is as loaded as a luxury SUV gets, and is certain to appeal to even the pickiest of shoppers.
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Adding the QX30 premium compact crossover to the lineup last year, Infiniti appeals to a wide array of luxury motoring customers. Featuring four models in their QX lineup for 2018, Infiniti applies sleek, distinctive styling to every vehicle. The recipient of the most upgrades for the 2018 model year, the Infiniti QX80 is extensively redesigned. Conforming to a Powerful Elegance design language teased on the QX80 Monograph concept vehicle shown in 2017, the new exterior look conveys a more rounded overall appearance, thinner taillights, "human-eye" headlights as well as a longer, flatter hood. Larger rear seat entertainment system screens and a wide-range of new advanced driver-assist technologies including a Smart Rear View Mirror is also available on the 2018 Infiniti QX80. Aside from the changes made to the largest Infiniti sport utility vehicle, the remaining products in the QX lineup are relatively unchanged for 2018. A redesigned Infiniti QX50 is expected to premiere in the 2019 model year. While the seven-passenger QX60 with a direct-injected V-6 remains, the QX60 Hybrid has been dropped for the 2018 model year.