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  • Roomy interior with comfortable seating
  • Lots of cargo space
  • Easy to get in and out
  • Quiet at highway speeds


  • Inconsistent power delivery due to CVT automatic
  • Useful option packages only available on top trim level
  • Artificial steering feel

Which QX50 does Edmunds recommend?

The QX50 of choice is the top-level Essential trim. While the Luxe and even the Pure are reasonably well-equipped, the Essential, for better or for worse, is the only trim level that Infiniti offers any significant options on. Consider getting the ProAssist or ProActive package if having the latest advanced driver safety aids is important to you. The Bose sound system also looks like a worthwhile upgrade since the QX50 is stuck with a basic six-speaker system otherwise.

Edmunds' Expert Review

Overall rating

7.6 / 10

Infiniti's QX50 has long prioritized dynamic handling over outright functionality. But that changes with the fully redesigned 2019 Infiniti QX50. With softer on-road manners and a more luxurious interior, it's a more desirable and competitive choice for a luxury crossover SUV.

Certainly, Infiniti took its sweet time to bring out the new QX50. You could trace the previous-generation QX50's roots all the way back to 2008, when Infiniti debuted the model as the EX. But the wait may have been worth it. Other than the number of people it can seat, this new model is different in just about every way.

We'll start from the obvious: The 2019 iteration is a little shorter but considerably wider and taller than the previous QX50. Even the ground clearance is increased by about 2 inches, which gives the exterior a much squatter and aggressive stance.

These new dimensions also allow for a completely new interior. There's more rear legroom than before, and the rear seats can slide, recline and fold flat for increased cargo capacity. And speaking of cargo capacity, there's now a total of 31.4 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats, nearly 13 more cubic feet than before.

Up front, there's an all-new cabin and Infiniti's latest infotainment system. It's a dual-screen setup, with the top screen handling navigation duties and the bottom screen tackling entertainment functions and climate control. Otherwise, the rest of the interior is similar to that of Infiniti's Q50 sedan, with its broad swoops and strokes and twin-screen infotainment system.

But there's even bigger news from the powertrain. While previous models featured a V6, the 2019 QX50 has a new turbocharged four-cylinder with a revolutionary new variable compression technology. Although this engine produces less maximum horsepower than the previous V6, it makes more torque and spreads it out more evenly across the engine's operating range. The result, Infiniti promises, is quicker acceleration around town and higher fuel economy.

After testing the QX50, it's this new powertrain, discouragingly, that disappoints the most. The continuously variable automatic transmission's inconsistent responses seem to sap whatever potential advantages the engine might have. And real-world fuel economy is only incrementally better for the QX50 than for other rival SUVs with four-cylinder engines.

Thankfully, the rest of Infiniti's new 2019 QX50 is quite good. If you're shopping for a small but roomy luxury crossover SUV, the QX50 is worth checking out.

2019 INFINITI QX50 configurations

The 2019 Infiniti QX50 is available in three trims: Pure, Luxe and Essential. Each comes with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine (268 horsepower, 280 lb-ft of torque) paired to a continuously variable automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard, and all-wheel drive is optional. The Pure is a well-equipped base model, while Luxe models provide additional luxury and safety options. The Essential trim adds even more luxury and convenience options.

Pure models ride on 19-inch wheels with run-flat tires. LED headlights are standard, as are keyless ignition and entry and a hands-free liftgate. Inside, you'll find dual-zone automatic climate control, simulated leather upholstery, power-adjustable front seats, and 60/40-split rear seats that also slide and recline. Standard tech includes a dual-screen infotainment system, Bluetooth, four USB ports, and a six-speaker sound system with satellite radio. Forward collision warning and mitigation with automatic emergency braking is also included.

Upgrade to the Luxe and get a panoramic sunroof, roof rails, LED foglights, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a blind-spot monitoring system. Importantly, heated front seats are available as an option at this level.

The Essential trim adds leather seating, navigation, a surround-view camera system with object detection, front and rear parking sensors, remote engine start, three-zone climate control, heated outside mirrors, and automatic wipers.

The Essential is the only trim on which Infiniti gives you significant choices for more optional features. A Premium Heat package for the Essential, for example, adds heated front seats, a heated and power-adjustable steering wheel, and driver-seat memory settings. A Sensory package bundles the above with 20-inch wheels, adaptive front headlights, an upgraded climate control system, premium leather upholstery, a simulated suede headliner, extended interior ambient lighting, ventilated front seats, and rear window sunshades.

Additional safety packages for the Essential include the ProAssist package, with rear cross-traffic alert, distance control alert, traffic-adapting cruise control and backup collision mitigation, and the ProActive package, which brings ProAssist plus lane departure warning, automatic high beams, adaptive steering, upgraded adaptive cruise control, blind-spot intervention, lane departure intervention, a head-up display, and a parking system. You can also get a 16-speaker Bose audio system and a tow package that increases the QX50's tow rating to 3,000 pounds.

Trim tested

Each vehicle typically comes in multiple versions that are fundamentally similar. The ratings in this review are based on our full test of an Infiniti QX50 Essential (turbo 2.0L inline-4 | CVT automatic | AWD).


Competent and innocuous. Its revolutionary engine is let down by an annoying transmission that's often a half-step behind. It's too bad since the engine is refined and powerful. While not a sporting SUV, its handling is predictable and cooperative. The steering, however, is a mixed bag.


There's a solid spread of torque that provides more than sufficient thrust around town. Power delivery is inconsistent, though — the accelerator is jumpy in creeping traffic, but then too slow at higher speeds. In our testing, the QX50 went from 0 to 60 mph in 6.7 seconds, an average time.


The brakes are easy to modulate around town. The initial pedal effort is soft and not sporty-firm by any stretch. The QX50 stopped from 60 mph in 122 feet, a result that's on par with the segment.


The steering has an artificial feel around the center and is maybe a little too quick and responsive for its own good. While there are various ways to customize the steering, an ideal combination remains elusive. It works best at parking-lot speeds.


It offers predictable, competent handling that won't inspire or let you down. The QX50 faithfully goes where you point it, but won't elicit the same driving enjoyment you'll find from similarly priced competitors.


The awkward responsiveness of the continuously variable automatic transmission spoils the engine's power. It's alert sometimes but not always. The fixed-ratio gearing steps during maximum acceleration (to simulate the feel of a traditional automatic) make for lumpy progress, too.


A consistently comfortable place in which to spend time. Its ride quality is biased toward softness, and it goes down the road quietly. Meanwhile, the cushy seats are just the ticket for long trips. The optional climate-controlled seats work very well, too.

Seat comfort

The very plush seats have soft padding and modest bolsters. These seats are comfortable even on long trips. The leather is perforated and soft. Backseat occupants are treated well with a bench that reclines and even slides fore and aft.

Ride comfort

The ride is plush and comfortable. It's not sporty and there's a bit of float on winding roads, so it's not as buttoned-down as some of its competitors. The upside is that there's very little impact harshness or general busy-ness.

Noise & vibration

The QX50 is a quiet SUV. There's very little vibration overall, and though the engine noise is uninspiring, it isn't off-putting or too prominent. There's good isolation from wind and road noise, too.

Climate control

Auto setting works well to maintain comfort. There's little noise and nice, broad coverage from vents. Interface could be better: It's all buttons that feel the same, plus more controls in the touchscreen. Heated and cooled seats work mightily. Climate control system for the back seat is optional.


The QX50 has a beautiful, roomy cabin that's easy to live with. Access is simple, and the controls are generally easily found and well-placed. If there's a downside, it's the subpar rearward visibility. But multiple cameras and a crisp display make this less of an issue.

Ease of use

Cabin controls are well within the driver's reach and are prominently placed and labeled. Only the odd columns of climate control buttons detract, though auto mode makes this largely moot. Some steering wheel buttons don't stand out enough to enable operation without looking. These are nitpicks.

Getting in/getting out

Climbing in and out is as easy in the QX50 as in any vehicle in this class. The sills are not too bulky and the seat height doesn't complicate access. The roof is high enough to not get in the way.

Driving position

The commanding driving position is hard to fault. The steering wheel is tidy in diameter and has ideal thickness and grips, with a wide range of reach and tilt adjustment. Lots of seat-height adjustment range will suit many driver sizes as will the wide footwell.


Lots of headroom for tall adults, even with the panoramic sunroof. The cabin feels spacious with a low console and door panels that don't crowd. Front seats have heaps of fore-aft travel. The back seat, too, has lots of head- and kneeroom but no toe room if the driver's seat is all the way down.


While there are no complaints about the view forward or out the front side windows, the zigzag rear pillar is extremely wide and the rear window is small. These issues are mitigated by a backup camera that has guidelines and multiple view options, which works well in low light.


Overall the attractive materials look and feel appropriately high-end even upon close scrutiny. The leather in particular is surprisingly soft. We heard no rattles or squeaks, though the driver's seat in our test car rocked fore and aft.


The cargo area's ample size and helpful features really stand out. There's lots of space even before you fold the back seat, plus in-floor storage. The QX50's in-cabin storage isn't quite as impressive, but most people will find it adequate.

Small-item storage

You get a typical array of storage areas here. The glovebox, door pockets and concealable cupholders mostly meet size expectations for this vehicle class, save for a shallow console bin where you'd usually store your phone.

Cargo space

The power liftgate moves quickly to reveal a class-leading cargo area of 31.4 cubic feet. Access is aided by a low liftover height and a fairly wide opening. There's also in-floor storage, seat-folding levers and tie-down points. Our tester had the optional hands-free liftgate.

Child safety seat accommodation

Two sets of LATCH anchors are included at the outboard seats, and they're tucked between the cushions rather than under hard plastic covers. They're not too hard to access.


Infiniti's two-screen interface is getting on in age, though the lower touchscreen has quick responses and a crisp display. A laundry list of driver-assistance features comes together in ProPilot Assist, which is dead-simple to use. It's limited in its ability, however.

Audio & navigation

The QX50's two-screen setup is odd due to the mismatch of graphics, but the division of the workspace can be nice. The menu structure in the touchscreen is gridlike with many icons shaped similarly, but it responds well enough and has a crisp display.

Smartphone integration

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are not supported. Our iPhone would not connect via Bluetooth despite multiple attempts, which is unusual among Infinitis. Normally this is not a problem. Setting a phone up as an audio source takes an extra step.

Driver aids

There's a long list of driver aids that work well overall. ProPilot Assist, an advanced lane keeping system, is not capable of dealing with anything but gentle curves, making it suitable only for freeway use. Adaptive cruise works well overall, though it slows you down in turns.

Voice control

Native voice controls work well within the fairly rigid framework with the usual assortment of commands. We had no issues with miscommunication, though Siri and Google aren't accessible.

Consumer reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2019 INFINITI QX50.

Overall Consumer Rating

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I picked this car a couple of weeks back & have put about 1500 miles on it. The most recent being a 1000 mile vacation trip my family. 5 of us, all adults ranging from 5 feet to 6 feet, average build, had no problems on our 3 day vacation trip. The cargo room was large enough, with some room to spare, to hold our baggage, camp food, water, light winter clothing, medical+emergency box, etc. The second row passenger space seated 3 of us comfortably & for about an hour or so, I sat in the back and yielded the wheel to my son since I was falling asleep after a heavy lunch. The QX50 handled the roads like a champ & the torque was available immediately. FWIW, I drove the whole route in the Standard drive mode. True, the get-out-of-the-gate lag is there & is noticeable. But once you get past that initial 3 to 5 seconds, the SUV is yours to play with. Transmission is smooth & I do prefer the CVT after it starts to get going. Driving through the canyons from John Day to I84 was a breeze. The car stayed glued to the road and drove in the direction I pointed. And I knew I had power if I needed it. (Side note: For a few days I drove this in the sport mode & did not notice the start up lag. It shows up in the eco & standard mode for me.) Our car is loaded with the Proactive & Sensory package. And we made use of the safety systems to its fullest. Keeping the car in a straight line with slight curves @ 80mph on I5 & I84 was no brainer. (Yes Iget assist with a radar detector as well.). Stop & Go traffic is not a problem - except a small peeve: I would like the car to start driving the moment it senses the other car start to move. But yes, this can be construed as a safety issue, necessitating driver interaction. The auto high beam was blessing as well, along with the 'foot kick' to open the trunk. I personally like the dual screens - one for nav & the other for entertainment. Some people don't; but I prefer having one screen for nav constanly as opposed to doubling up for other functions. I prefer the physical controls as well; but the placement of the climate on/off switch is odd imho. The car is silent & all the 5 of us were able to hold conversation without raising our voices or such. Creature comforts abounds in the car & we do miss the front thigh extension; the massager, etc. But for the price vs features, this car is a bargain. Some of my issues: - We got the lifestyle hitch & it sits deeply & away from the public eye. Great, except some of the bike racks don't have that depth. This will mean an hitch extension purchase. - I did not figure out if there was a way to transfer music to local hard drive - if present. If not, then its a bummer since the USB needs to be there permanently. - No access to apps like Spotify, Pandora, etc. And no Android Auto. - More & more SUVs are having storage space under the electronic shifter; but this one does not. Not sure why this could not have been accomodated. - Speaking of shifter, you shift forard to reverse & shift back to drive. Guess, you get used to it. :-) - The side mirros don't auto fold. - No rear seat heat. FWIW, we started our (re)search with about 10 SUVs ranging from MKX, Q5, XC60 & 90, CX9, Edge, Fpace, GLS, GLE, XKT, etc. We narrowed it down to XC90, QX50, MKX. We wrote out our needs/wants & price/value for these and settled on the QX50. Time will tell, especially with the CVT, if this is a good buy. But for now, I think I got a good one. The car looks great - check, drives like a sports car - check, good fuel economy (based on drive mode) - check, fuel range in excess of 320 miles to the tank - check, creature comforts - check, safety & driving aids - check. Good value for the price paid.
2019 Infiniti QX50 A/C Air Conditioning Issue
Love everything about the car. The new engine is fun to drive and gets amazing gas mileage. But, being in Texas during a brutal summer the Air Conditioner A/C cannot keep up. It gets warm when you accelerate and fades in and out. Been to dealer say's its working as designed of course.
Driving is believing
Purchased the QX 50 AWD Essential; Lunar White, tan interior a couple of weeks ago. Have driven it over 1,000 mikes already and loving it. The ride is exceptionaly smooth, quiet, and refined. The Bose audio is spectacular and the zero gravity front leather seats rival Volvo’s best. If you are looking for a spacious CUV that is not too large with luxurious appoiments and great MPG, this is the one. Terrific value.
Was in the market for a small luxury SUV so we headed out to drive all the German and Japanese competition. Started with the X3, great car seats were a little tight for me and equipped drove the price/lease out of contenting. Next up MB GLC300 same as it was 3 years ago. No thanks. Audi Q5 does everything good but was not wowed in any way. On to the QX50 best overall when you include size, safety, technology, gas performance and lease payment. I found it odd that it was $100 cheaper in a lease than the German rivals that priced 10k less.
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Features & Specs

24 city / 30 hwy
Seats 5
Continuously variable-speed automatic
268 hp @ 5600 rpm
24 city / 31 hwy
Seats 5
Continuously variable-speed automatic
268 hp @ 5600 rpm
24 city / 31 hwy
Seats 5
Continuously variable-speed automatic
268 hp @ 5600 rpm
24 city / 30 hwy
Seats 5
Continuously variable-speed automatic
268 hp @ 5600 rpm
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Our experts’ favorite QX50 safety features:

ProPilot Assist
Assists drivers by maintaining a distance to the car in front and keeping the car in between the lane lines.
Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
Warns you if a vehicle is approaching your blind spot as you reverse out of a parking spot.
Forward Emergency Braking
Alerts the driver with a visual and audible warning when a forward collision with a car or pedestrian is imminent.

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More about the 2019 INFINITI QX50

As a pioneer in the field of compact luxury crossovers, the Infiniti QX50 brought a pleasing sense of style to go along with desirable SUV characteristics. That was in 2008, when the SUV was known as the EX35, and it led the way in a new segment. Other manufacturers followed with similar models, and the race for dominance in the field was on. While Infiniti made small adjustments to the QX, with the biggest update occurring in 2016 with an increase in wheelbase and length, the SUV has remained essentially the same. But all that has changed for this year with an all-new QX50.

Even with this complete overhaul, many aspects of the QX50 remain the same. Infiniti's five-seater stands a little taller than a car and has an available all-wheel-drive system. But unlike more typical truck-based SUVs, it is easier to maneuver in parking lots and handles more nimbly on the road. The cargo area won't overwhelm anyone with its vastness, but fold-down rear seats increase cargo capacity for those times of need.

On the upside, the QX50 now features a revolutionary variable compression turbocharged inline-four that pumps out 268 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque. While it's less outright power than the V6 it replaces, it does feature more torque. And it's also far less thirsty. Estimated fuel economy for the new QX50 sits at 24 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway, compared to the old QX50's 17 city/24 highway.

For some shoppers, the QX50's base Pure trim level will be all they need. The vehicle comes with a wide array of standard features, but no options are available. The Luxe trim will appeal to more buyers and includes nice-to-haves such as a panoramic moonroof and blind-spot warning. You'll need to get this trim if you want to add optional heated seats. The top-of-the-line Essential trim adds a host of luxury features, such as leather seating and navigation, amenities that luxury SUV buyers demand.

Overall, the new QX50 has increased luxury, technology and safety equipment that finally allows it to go toe to toe with the premium and near-premium midsize SUV segment. If you think the 2019 Infiniti QX50 is the compact luxury crossover for you, Edmunds can help you find the perfect one.

2019 INFINITI QX50 Overview

The 2019 INFINITI QX50 is offered in the following submodels: QX50 SUV. Available styles include ESSENTIAL 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo CVT), ESSENTIAL 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl Turbo CVT), LUXE 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl Turbo CVT), LUXE 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo CVT), PURE 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl Turbo CVT), and PURE 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo CVT).

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