What Does the 2016 Infiniti QX70 Price Really Offer?
We know that there is practically a flood of luxury crossovers to choose from these days, and that means you might expect the 2016 Infiniti QX70 price to be the standard in the luxury car world. We want to show you that you can find a luxury crossover SUV that delivers on its promises as a luxurious, family-friendly vehicle without carrying that telltale luxury pricing.
- The 2016 Infiniti QX70 price starts at $45,850, before any upgrades or options are added on.
- The 2016 Acura RDX has a base price of $35,270 (MSRP).*
You might be wondering just what accounts for that $10,000 price difference, and we’re not quite sure where it comes from. Read on to see the advantages you’ll find on the RDX despite its lower pricing.
Acura Prioritizes Value in Luxury
Before we get into the features that separate these two crossovers, let’s take a look at one more way that Acura lets you save: fuel economy.
- The 2016 Infiniti QX70 is rated at 24 highway and 17 city mpg, which aren’t bad numbers when compared to some older SUVs.
- The 2016 Acura RDX FWD, on the other hand, earns an EPA-estimated 29 highway and 20 city mpg.**
Price and fuel economy are two huge advantages for the RDX so far, but we aren’t done. For the RDX to have even a couple of advantages on features over the QX70 speaks volumes—after all, with that price difference, you could add on quite a few amenities to Acura’s crossover and still come up short of the QX70’s $45,850 price tag.
The RDX has standard driver memory settings that let the vehicle adjust to your specific comfort needs with just the push of a button. It also has standard LED headlights for a brighter, whiter beam to keep a lookout on the road ahead.
Test Drive the RDX
Many of the things that make the RDX shine can be tough to put into words. We want to show you all that it’s capable of despite its being much more affordable than the 2016 Infiniti QX70’s price tag. Visit a Chicagoland Acura Dealer today for a test drive.