Year in Review: 2015 Auto Show Highlights

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2016 Infiniti QX50 — New York
Infiniti has been going through some major changes with fresh styling and naming conventions working their way through the lineup. In New York, the compact crossover EX35 received a complete redesign and a new name — QX50. Styling now fits with the rest of the newer models in the Infiniti lineup, such as the Q50 sport sedan. Larger than its predecessor, the QX50 luxury crossover has a much roomier back seat as well as increased cargo space. All QX50s come well equipped with features such as heated leather seats, pushbutton start, a rearview monitor, a powered sliding moonroof, and 18-inch alloy wheels. Only one engine is available in the QX50 — a 3.7-liter V6 putting out 325 horsepower matched with a 7-speed automatic transmission. QX50 is available with either rear-wheel drive or Infiniti’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive.

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