Infiniti QX80 (Z62)

Infiniti QX56 / QX80

Model Years Produced: 2011 to Current

Summary

The Infiniti QX80 is essentially a Nissan Armada with a somewhat nicer interior. It was named the QX56 when it debuted in 2011 and was renamed to the QX80 in 2014. The QX80 received a facelift in 2018, followed by a mid-cycle refresh in 2022 (coinciding with the Armada).


Verdict

Pros

  • Comfortable ride
  • Engine is dependable and makes good power

Cons

  • Bad fuel economy
  • Feels dated compared to luxury competitors
  • Lacks many of the luxury features of its competitors (panoramic sunroof, heads-up display, massage seats)
  • Not enough of an upgrade over the Armada to justify the price difference

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Specifications

All figures are as of 2021 model year.

  • Transmission: Jatco 7-speed automatic
  • Drivetrain: RWD standard, full-time 4WD optional w/ 2-speed transfer case
    • Electronically locking center differential standard on 4WD models
    • Electronically locking rear differential not available
  • Base curb weight: 5678 lbs
  • Max cargo capacity: 95.1 cu ft
  • Seating: 3 rows
  • Rear leg room: 41.0 in
  • Towing capacity: 8500 lbs

Engines

Nissan VK56VD - 5.6L V8

Power Figures

  • 400 hp
  • 413 lb-ft

Fuel Economy

  • 16mpg combined
  • 14mpg city
  • 20mpg highway