Nothing can bring a car's satisfaction rating down faster than an infotainment system, and the worst of a bad crop might just be Infiniti's InTouch. Thank goodness there's a Q50 wrapped around it, because that disaster needs a saving grace.
CS mop-up continues as complaints continue to pour in about an airbag warning light that won't shut off. Nissan (and Infiniti) is issuing a third recall to fix problems with airbag sensors not recognizing front-seat passengers.
Zingerman was excited about Infiniti's InTouch infotainment system when he bought his 2014 Q50. That excitement, however, quickly turned to anger and eventually a lawsuit because the system required an app on his phone that wasn't available for download.
year, the JX35 (along with other Nissan vehicles) was recalled because a defective sensor could fail to detect when an adult passenger was in the seat. Now Nissan is expanding the recall to 1 million vehicles, including the same 2013 JX35 and the 2014 Q50, and QX60. It also includes many Nissan models.
rt of a larger, worldwide recall, Infiniti is recalling 98,000 vehicles in the US. The reason? A failed sensor in the gas pedal could send the car into "limp home" mode. And if that wasn't enough, throttle valve deposits made while limping along could cause the engine to stall completely.