The good: With unique features such as
Forest Air and Distance Control Assistance, Infiniti keeps its 2011 M56x on the cutting edge of
automotive technology. Its blind spot detection and lane keeping assistance are useful driver aids.
Also, its audio, navigation, and Bluetooth phone systems are all first rate.
The bad: To really compete in the luxury
class, Infiniti should give the M56x a more comfortable ride. The M56x's voice-command structure is
too complex and if it had paddle shifters, sport driving could be more fun.
The bottom line: The 2011 Infiniti M56x
excels in its driver aid features and standard cabin tech, but it falls just a little short of its
bigger luxury competitors in stately elegance.