with the right technology and investment they can make the current engines deliver better gas mileage and consume less oil but when the current generation QX80 is slowly coming to an end, is it worth it?Not entirely true.
I think mileage is one thing Infiniti and Nissan need to put some money into improving
Their V6 and V8 engines are INFAMOUS for high consumption of both engine oil and gasoline
they just need to make sure it's much more impressive than the Escalade Hybrid, it's not, but not nice enoughI don't know why they haven't made a full sized hybrid SUV since GM has already done this, Infiniti is falling behind, time for them to catch up and get a Hybrid QX80 in the works.
this i felt was one of those vehicles GM had to make into a hybrid as a way to build up to something far greater. Now that they had the chance to build a platform that fully supports a hybrid set up with the 2015 escalade, we can expect a class-leading full size hybrid SUV from Cadillac.they just need to make sure it's much more impressive than the Escalade Hybrid, it's not, but not nice enough
2012 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid: 4 Guys In A Car Review - YouTube
how often are you driving that you only fill up once every week or 2?When I test drove the QX80 for the day, I had 7.5 MPG in the city. Pretty sad, but with my QX56, I usually only have to fill up once every week or 2.