Most of the time, the Infiniti QX56 drives a rear-wheel drive - this transmission mode is designed for clean asphalt. If the track is slippery, you can use "4x4 for public roads" (the front wheels automatically connect when the rear wheels slip, and immediately turn off as soon as the slip stops). Two more modes are provided for driving the Infiniti QX56 outside the asphalt: permanent all-wheel drive ( the front axle is connected rigidly, since there is no center differential) and the "4x4" mode using downshift.
In short, the Infiniti QX56 is a fairly serious jeep capable of overcoming medium difficulty off-road. At the same time, it is a luxurious luxury car that competes in price with the Range Rover and Mercedes-Benz G500. Despite the American spirit and even the American assembly, the new Infiniti QX56 is a high-tech Japanese product www.vikingmotors.ru