LAKE PLACID, New York — The six-page advertising supplement to kick off the second-generation Infiniti QX4 reads: “The thrill of a sports sedan. The serenity of a luxury sedan. Capabilities beyond any sedan.” What the ad fails to showcase: it ain't a sedan. It's a truck. Looks like a truck, sounds like a truck and drives like a truck. And that's just fine. That is, of course, unless the consumer is expecting the new Infiniti QX4 sport/utility vehicle (SUV) to be a Q45 car with enhanced ...
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