This is my first high end vehicle I've ever owned. I came from driving a 12 year old Chevy Suburban that had seen its last days. I'd like to start off by saying this vehicle has so many bells and whistles it�s not even funny! My wife wants to use it, even though she just bought her own SUV. She prefers to drive mine. I have to hide the keys from her otherwise she�s off and running with it. They classify the FX as an SUV. I think that too harsh. It�s more of a cross over than anything else.
Everything from the in dash GPS to the heated seats are the cat�s meow. Love the push start starting and the ability to open the doors without looking for the key fob.
The only option missing is the lane change and auto cruise control (I believe Infiniti calls it the technology package). I�m sure if I had held out I could have found one through CarMax.
My only complaint is the Nissan version has more options such as rear heated seats, carpeted rear mat, where as the Infiniti does not offer these options. And a remote start option is also missing, otherwise the package would be complete. Also the ability to tow more. Not that I�m pulling stuff like I was with the Chevy. It�s towing capacity is very minimal.
The customer service aspect is also great. My local Infiniti shop is OK, although the prices for service are off planet earth. 120.00 for an oil change is a purse string mind bender. I get more results from the dealer that�s 25 miles away. They actually spent time showing me the in�s and out�s. My local shop could have cared less. Had I bought it from them perhaps they would have a different outlook?
I�d buy another Infiniti. I think I would get the Q56 as I like the real estate that it offers and the ability to tow more. I would gladly give up some of the FX options for the towing portion.
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