The QX50 is massively expensive for what it is, and costs way more than most similarly-sized rivals. However, the news only gets worse: the resale values are best described as shaky, and the costs for fuel and insurance will be high, to say the least. The petrol engine is really thirsty and even the diesel engine averages only just over 30mpg, meaning every QX50 sits firmly in the top band for company car tax and road tax.
Infiniti QX50 4x4 quality & reliability
Infiniti might be a relatively new brand, but much of the stuff underneath is shared with Nissan, which we know plenty about. The quality is sturdy, but the materials used inside aren’t as tactile as those in most premium competitors. If anything should go wrong, Infiniti's Total Ownership Experience (or TOE) promises that your dealer will bend over backwards to keep you satisfied.
Infiniti QX50 4x4 safety & security
Six airbags should help to keep you safe in the event of an accident. There are all the expected electronic safety systems to help prevent them from happening in the first place, too, including traction and stability controls.