Whichever QX70 you buy, it won’t be cheap. Resale values are weak, too, so you’ll find yourself more out of pocket than BMW and Land Rover buyers at trade-in time, while contract hire rates are high for the same reason. You’ll also pay a king’s ransom to run a QX70 and, with CO2 emissions as high as they are, don’t even think about one as a company car. Even the diesel engine incurs the top rate of company car tax, while averaging only just over 31mpg.
Infiniti QX70 4x4 quality & reliability
Most of the materials you come into contact with every day are reasonably plush - not up to prestige German standards, admittedly, but nice enough. However, some of the more tucked-away panels feel too cheap for a premium car. Although Infiniti is an unknown entity in the UK, its close link with Nissan should give you peace of mind over reliability.
Infiniti QX70 4x4 safety & security
Standard stability control should help keep you out of trouble, but if trouble becomes unavoidable, there are plenty of measures to help prevent injuries. Front-, side- and curtain airbags are provided across the range, as are active front head restraints, which move in a rear-end collision to minimise whiplash injuries.