The 2010 Infiniti QX56 is an unremarkable looking SUV that offers comfortable seating for up to eight and a powerful, refined ride. Even though the exterior is somewhat bland and tasteless, the QX56 has good performance and reliability. The 2010 QX56 is available in two- or four wheel drive, and comes with loads of standard equipment. The 2010 model features more horsepower, better fuel economy, and a number of performance systems that work to give it a better ride.
Thanks to the 2010 QX56's powerful V8 engine, it has no trouble moving down the road. The QX56's impressive power and good acceleration is provided by the 5.6-liter V8 engine that makes 320 horsepower and 393 pound-feet of torque, and is paired with a five speed automatic transmission. Not surprisingly, the fuel economy on the QX56 is horrible. The EPA rates the 2WD at 12/18 city/highway, and the 4WD at 12/17 city/highway. For a big, heavy SUV, the QX56 handles impressively, but we have mixed impression when it comes to braking.
The exterior to the 2010 Infiniti QX56 is not terribly impressive. It's been said that it's too bulky and not as elegant as the others in its class, and whereas other luxury SUVs try to smooth out their edges, the QX56 has an imposing, blocky exterior design. While the exterior is poor, the interior of the QX56 has greatly improved over earlier generations. The cabin is spacious and offers different seating configuration that can sit seven or eight passengers. Customers are generally pleased with the QX56's interior features and gadgets, and it now comes standard with navigation.
Cargo space is also abundant throughout the interior of the QX56.