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The First Generation Owners love the surprising performance and overall reliability of their V6 Powered Hatch Wagons

The ONLY time a Second Generation QX50 Owners makes a Post is to ask if Anyone else is having Problems

Just a general observation that sums up how the 2 different Generations are talked about here

That is all . . .

Unless someone wants to prove otherwise . . .
 

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The First Generation Owners love the surprising performance and overall reliability of their V6 Powered Hatch Wagons

The ONLY time a Second Generation QX50 Owners makes a Post is to ask if Anyone else is having Problems

Just a general observation that sums up how the 2 different Generations are talked about here

That is all . . .

Unless someone wants to prove otherwise . . .
I thought it was just my paranoia seeing the same thing. Maybe those of us with older models paid a bit less, and don't mind tinkering with our cars on the weekend :rolleyes:
 

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That and . .

Perhaps the Nissan Designers and Bean Counters ~

When it came time to get a fresh Mid Size CUV out there to compete with the Competition ~

Rushed the new QX50 through ~

Used Parts from the Lowest Bidding Suppliers ~

and

Chose to slap it together in Nissan's Aguascalientes Mexico Assembly Plant ~
 

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The First Generation Owners love the surprising performance and overall reliability of their V6 Powered Hatch Wagons

The ONLY time a Second Generation QX50 Owners makes a Post is to ask if Anyone else is having Problems

Just a general observation that sums up how the 2 different Generations are talked about here

That is all . . .

Unless someone wants to prove otherwise . . .
In all fairness. Jump onto to some other forums on the original ex35 and qx50 owners after the name changes still asked relatively the same questions. Us SECOND generation owners are trying to weed out the issues in the all new qx50. It's only been 3 years since this model has been out therefor we don't have enough information for us to see how reliable these are. Technically speaking the 2016 qx50 had a refresh with extended legroom and slapped on led front foglights. So here is a 2019 qx50 owner proving otherwise. I also had an 07 g35x sedan and 10 ex35.
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I love the Look of the new QX50 ~ so much better than the dated looking funky looking '08 to '17

It was a much needed move that Nissan had to make to compete in the Crossover Segment

As with any new model - there are some issues that eventually get worked out and improved upon as the Model years go on ~ as I'm sure is the case on the present generation

Perhaps the moral of the story here is to wait a few model years into a new model to make sure all the unforeseen kinks get worked out

We're all one big happy QX50 Family here, with a love for INFINTIs
 
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