1998 infiniti qx




1998 infiniti qx

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    1998 infiniti qx

    1998 infiniti qx

    Your feedback has been sent to Cars. We have brought all three of our children home from the hospital in it and driven it on about a hundred family vacations to the beach. Poor fuel economy for a 3. Every year we think about trading it in, but it is hard to justify getting rid of a vehicle that looks great, runs well and most importantly is paid for. I've taken it on many long road trips, slept in it, drove on rough roads, through deep snow and slick ice, etc etc etc.

    1998 infiniti qx

    1998 infiniti qx

    1998 infiniti qx

    1998 infiniti qx

    1998 infiniti qx

    Infiniti QX Press Kit - INFINITI Online Newsroom

    For , the QX4 remains the same top-tier vehicle, combining quality with value; rugged characteristics amidst coddled luxury; and brawny sport utility strength with engineered finesse - all found only in a premium luxury vehicle.

    Power and Associates Initial Quality Study, as this further validates the quality and stamina of this vehicle - traits that will continue to dominate in the model year. This unique system offers a combination that takes Infiniti - and the LSUV class - into unmarked territory, providing a superior driving experience, on pavement or off.

    1998 infiniti qx

    The heart of the All-Mode 4WD mechanical system is a wet multi-plate clutch in the center differential. Managed by an advanced computerized electronic control unit, the multi-plate clutch precisely and instantly allots the right amount of torque, as conditions warrant, to the front and rear axles. The unit gathers information from front and rear driveshaft sensors to determine wheel slippage , a throttle position sensor, an engine rpm sensor, a transfer unit lever selector and the anti-locking braking system ABS control unit.

    While some SUV 4-wheel drive systems offer a choice of part-time or full-time 4-wheel drive with an electronic shift-on-the-fly function, the QX4's All-Mode 4WD was designed to instantly distribute torque to the front wheels - up to 50 percent can go to the front wheels on demand - resulting in optimal traction with improved fuel economy and enhanced cornering capability.

    1998 infiniti qx

    All-Mode 4WD offers drivers the opportunity to choose the drive mode most appropriate for a particular driving surface. The various modes are enacted simply, using the instrument panel-mounted rotary switch to select automatic or manual operation, or the floor mounted transfer lever to engage and disengage low range 4Lo.

    A dash-mounted drive mode display informs the driver which mode is selected. The system should be left in the AUTO mode for normal daily operation, requiring no driver intervention. The AUTO mode is recommended for most driving conditions except for severe or extended off-road driving. In All-Mode 4WD the system automatically directs engine power to the axle that has the most traction. When accelerating from a standstill, torque is distributed to the front wheels based on throttle opening, wheel slippage, and road speed.

    Once the QX4 is moving approximately six to 12 mph, all power is sent to the vehicle's rear wheels unless slippage is detected. The 2WD mode is primarily used for operation on clean and dry pavement and allows operation of the QX4 as a 2-wheel drive vehicle, with percent of the torque transferred to the rear wheels.

    1998 infiniti qx

    In 2WD mode, no amount of wheel slippage will result in torque transfer to the front wheels. LOCK is not recommended for extended use on dry pavement as it may result in unnecessary wear on the vehicle's tires and drivetrain. A selector lever, located next to QX4's floor-mounted transmission selector, selects high- r low-range in QX4's transfer case.

    Leaving the lever in "H" high position provides high-range operation for daily driving and normal off-road 4WD conditions. Pulling the lever back into "4Lo" low position - with the vehicle stopped and in neutral - engages low-range for low-speed, off-road conditions that demand maximum traction. The system is ser-friendly and delivers excellent handling options for most types of road conditions," said Eastwood.

    1999 Infiniti Qx4 Luxury SUV 4WD



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