I've had the qx60 hybrid and for about 3 mo now, 2300 miles.
If I knew how poorly hybrid performs in the city (supposed to be hybrid vehicle strength) I would not have gone for hybrid.
Let me repeat this, the car is great! Lots of room, great safety features, but I want my money back for "hybrid" part. City mpg of 25 is nowhere to be found, no matter how slow or fast acceleration, ease of breaking, Ac/no ac, no matter what I tried.
I max out around 15mpg on a good day around city and hit as low as 9mpg occasionally without trying.
Infiniti, I hope you are listening and are not going to drop your customers now that we have given you the money.
Around view monitor and dynamic cruise control when on highway.
Sensor are slow.
No stopped object detection by break assist. Makes the feature frightening.
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