The QX has a new name, but a familiar five-seat form: It was known as the FX in a decade of previous model years. In its new packaging there are three models that boast an impressive list of standard features in a model that look and behaves like it has some muscle.
What's New for 2014
Aside from its new name, the QX70 carries over from 2013 essentially unchanged.
Choosing Your Infiniti QX70
There are three variations of the QX70, each determined by engine size and drive type. All use a seven-speed automatic transmission.
The QX70 is available in three models.
Buyers of the 3.7 and 3.7 AWD can choose three packages:
Premium: The Premium Package includes a dual-occupant memory system, an entry-exit assist system for driver's seat and steering wheel, aluminum roof rails, navigation, an 8-inch color touchscreen display, and moving object sensors.
Deluxe Touring: Adds 20-inch wheels, aluminum pedals, wood interior accents, quilted leather upholstery, and climate controlled front seats. This package requires the Premium Package.
Technology Package: A high-tech suite of features include lane departure warning and lane departure prevention, intelligent cruise control, distance control assist, brake assist with forward collision warning, front pre-crash seatbelts, rain-sensing windshield wipers and adaptive lighting with auto-leveling headlights.