Four models of the 2014 Infiniti QX50 are offered: QX50, QX50 AWD, QX50 Journey, and QX50 Journey AWD. Leather seating, push-button start, a power-folding second row, a moonroof, a universal garage-door opener, power steering-column adjustment, and heated front seats are all part of the standard-equipment set.
A Premium Package steps up to Bose premium audio, navigation with real-time traffic, and aluminum roof rails, while many of those safety-tech features are included with Intelligent Cruise Control as part of a Technology Package. The QX50 got a rather significant $2,500 price cut versus the EX, so it all adds up to a much better value than before.
Standalone options (port-installed accessories, technically), include roof-rail crossbars, a cargo-area protector, a first-aid kit, and a tonneau cover.
The available power-folding second-row seat is a step above other power-folding arrangements, and we like the simplicity of the QX50's infotainment and audio interface.