Performance, comfort, reliability, design - all great.
However, it is the luxury items that disappoint.
First, the cooled seats are very hit or miss.
Some days I can really feel the cooling, other days, in only a dri-fit shirt and shorts - can't feel a thing.
The navigation - while it looks great, Infiniti has done a poor job in translating the data into the GPS system.
I have had many addresses, some in major towns, others in minor, not show up.
And what good is a GPS system when you already know where you are going?
Finally, the Bluetooth is average, at best.
I constantly get comments from people that they can barely hear or understand me.
Love the ride, not so much the "luxury"
Performance, comfort and the stying
Cooled seats that cool, GPS that works and a Bluetooth system that is easier to use and has better quality (for the party I am speaking to)
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