There’s nothing like a sunny weekend and an open road and some snow on the sides wouldn’t do any harm, where you just know you’ll be able to test all of the car’s features because you get a little bit of everything.
The QX50 is a great choice for a family or business person that wants a little kick in their car. It provides comfort and luxury, with a little speed and power if that’s what your heart desires… or you can just put it in Eco mode and cruise to save up on that gas!
The car is smooth to operate.
There are 4 driving modes, to give you any performance boost you need, ranging from sport to Eco to Standard and personal.
The QX50 is perfect for Lebanese bumpy roads, you honestly can’t feel a thing as it glides on the street with no effort. It also has a nice feel to it on the straight roads when you’re ready to give it a kick with the Sports Mode.
The exterior of the QX50 is attractive enough, but I can’t consider it to be their best looking one. The car has its striking looks but not an image that would be imprinted in your mind long after its gone. The interior is spacious and wide, with very comfortable seating and enough legroom for a giant! You’ll get two touchscreens, one serves as a navigation system, below it is another touchscreen with the car’s menu control.
Body and chassis
Five-door, five-seat SUV, with all-steel unitary construction bodyshell.
Four-cylinder variable compression ratio turbocharged engine driving the front or all wheels via continuously-variable transmission.
2.0-litre VC-Turbo gasoline Type Turbocharged four-cylinder in-line with variable compression ratio
Max power 268 hp (200 kW) @ 5,600 rpm
Max torque 280 lb ft (380 Nm) @ 4,400 rpm
Fuel system Direct injection / multi-port (variable)
Front-wheel drive (FWD)
Intelligent all-wheel drive (AWD)
XTRONIC continuously-variable transmission
replicates 8-speed transmission
0-to-60 mph 6.3 secs (AWD) / 6.7 secs (FWD)
Top speed (mph) 143 (230 kph)