Many drivers have been drawn to the attractive design and cutting-edge features of the 2018 Infiniti QX50. The car’s innovative variable-compression engine can seem appealing but under the surface, there are a number of defects.
California Lemon Law Center can help you file a claim with Nissan in relation to your defective car. If you bought your car in California you may be covered by the lemon law which means you do not have to put up with a malfunctioning car.
The following complaints have been reported from drivers of the 2018 Infiniti QX50 who believe that they have been sold a lemon car:
Electronic Stability Control
The most prominent defect with the electronic stability control is with the steering. There is a loud clunking noise and the vehicle can steer in the opposite direction. A significant force is required to steer the wheel in the correct direction and some drivers have said that they have had to completely stop and restart the car due to this issue. There are also concerns with various warning lights illuminating, including the power steering light and check engine lights. Dealers have found the chassis control to be the source of stability problems but no permanent fix is in place.
Concerns have been raised over the side amber lights not coming on when prompted or turning off by themselves mid-drive. Taillights on the right rear of the car have also shown to be defective with no real long-term fix.
NHTSA Vehicle Safety Recall
The NHTSA has issued two recalls for the 2018 Infiniti QX50 due to the following defects:
- No Back-Up Camera Display Image/FMVSS 111
- Fuel Pump Control Module Software may cause Stall
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