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QX80 11+ INFINITI announces pricing for 2018 QX80 full-size SUV

Discussion in 'QX80 Chat' started by fxlr8, Nov 14, 2017.

  1. fxlr8

    fxlr8 Staff Administrator

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    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – INFINITI has announced pricing for the New 2018 QX80 full-size SUV, which has been updated for the new model year with a redesigned exterior and an enhanced interior look and features.

    "The New 2018 QX80 commands a heightened flagship presence within the INFINITI portfolio," said Randy Parker, vice president, INFINITI Americas. "The updated model provides upscale luxury for all passengers, as well as a suite of advanced technologies that elevate confidence and control on any road."

    Among the enhancements to the QX80 for the 2018 model year are:
    • Redesigned front hood, fascia, fenders and grille and rear fascia and hatch styling
    • INFINITI signature headlamps & tail lamps, restructured LED fog lamps & side indicators
    • Reimagined 20-inch and 22-inch wheel designs
    • New exterior colors: Moonstone White, Mineral Black and Champagne Quartz
    • INFINITI-first Smart Rear View Mirror feature added to Deluxe Technology Package
    • INFINITI InTouch Single Display
    • Refined interior, including an updated shift knob and wrapped upper instrument panel with contrast stitching
    • New leather wrapped and stitched horn pad, door trim and seat quilting on Deluxe Technology Package
    • New Saddle Brown interior with new Charcoal Burl Trim
    • Updated Wheat (high contrast from low contrast) and Graphite interiors
    • Revised Theater Package

    The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices1 (MSRP) for the 2018 INFINITI QX80 are:

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  2. nima

    nima Premium Member Premium

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    Toronto, CA
    2010 FX50S
    And yet, the same shitty infotainment system
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  3. ryus

    ryus Member

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    2010 FX35 AWD
    Infiniti disappoints again. I thought the next QX80 was going to be a new generation based on the monograph concept, finally following with new models for their entire lineup which started with Q50 and Q60. But nope, its just a 2nd refresh of the QX80, so its nothing new at all except for the reworking of the shell. Don't get me wrong, this definitely looks better with the headlights pushed back to normal proportional height, I just can't get over how lazy Infiniti is with their entire lineup.
  4. Old Blue

    Old Blue Member

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    Spring TX
    FX 37 rwd
    It’s a two edged sword.
    If you drive an older one it’s cool when you wash it and it looks as good as a new one. Lots of manufacturers of high end cars only do incremental changes, but remain popular. ( Aston Martin, Rolls Royce, 911) different year upgrades often interchange with a little imagination.

    But, I’d like to see something more noteworthy myself. It’s why new Infiniti’s don’t make the pages ofCar and Driver or Motor Trend whenever car of the year consideration starts.
    Trebs and jptshadow like this.
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