NY Times Review: Infiniti’s All-New QX30 is a Well-Bred Luxury Compact Crossover
Cooperation between global automakers is a real thing these days, and it’s producing some fine automobiles. One stand-out example of successful cross-pollination is Infiniti’s all-new 2017 QX30, recently reviewed by Tom Voelk, auto writer for The New York Times. The QX30 is a compact luxury crossover whose swoopy lines and interior cabin design are distinctly Infiniti, while its engine, platform, suspension and gearbox are supplied by Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz.
The QX30 features a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that makes 208 horsepower and a healthy 258 pound-feet of torque. It’s paired with a seven-speed dual clutch transmission that is smooth and responsive. Handling is nimble and well-mannered. The cozy cabin features heated seats that use Nissan’s Zero-Gravity contouring that follows the curvature of the human spine in weightless conditions.
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