Lee Quinones Drives the Infiniti QX56
Our resident artist/car critic, Lee Quinones, weighs in on the supple SUV, the 2011 Infiniti QX56, for Gotryke.
The 2011 QX56 has sizable presence to say the least. I would guess that when such size matters, then the wallet and road lanes come with the package because this pup takes it all.
The bigger they are the harder they may fall doesn’t apply her,e because when it comes to a paint trading fiasco on the roads with another unfortunate vehicle, its body mass includes some of the industry’s best and vast supplements of side and roof curtain ABBS airbag systems. Zone body construction perimeters with rear and frontal crumble zones are factored into the design as well.
Attention is most given to passenger and child protection with rollover sensors for outboard occupant head protection, front seat active head restraints, lower anchors for children’s seats, child safety rear door locks and a great ABS braking system behind 22″ inch forked 9 spoke alloy wheels to avoid putting all of these safety features to the test. It is truly your rolling, heavily-armored castle. The very comfortable captains front chairs behaved royally under my butt and the semi-aniline leather felt superb to the touch.
More on the Infiniti QX56 on Forbes.