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Default 2017 Infiniti QX30 Review

Today’s review of the Infiniti QX30 is brought to you by the letter C. C, as in collaboration, compact and crossover – all words that apply directly to this all-new vehicle from the Japanese automaker.

See, this new compact crossover from Nissan’s luxury arm was developed with some help from a German rival: Daimler, the folks behind Mercedes-Benz. In fact, the platform and powertrain are all Mercedes derived, and you can get a very similar car to the QX30 with the Mercedes GLA 250.

But there’s more to the QX30 than just being a re-skinned Mercedes. It features a nicely crafted cabin, more refined driving dynamics and is offered in a number of different variants that will surely appeal to luxury buyers.
Read more about the 2017 Infiniti QX30 Review at AutoGuide.com.
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That's much more like it, Alex knows his stuff and delves much more into what consumers want to know, I find that the "journalists" from AutoGuide read off a spec sheet and give no real insight. It's kind of rare to see them give you information that can only be had from personal experience.
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