1997 Infiniti QX4 4 Dr STD 4WD SUV

1997 Infiniti QX4 4x4

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  • Sometimes it starts up fine, sometimes i have to hold the gas pedal to the floor to get it to start. I replaced the fuel filter on my 97 Infiniti qx4.

    WOW, is all I can say.. 1997 Infiniti QX4 4wd... this thing looks like new. Definitely does not show or drive its age. One of the cleanest 97s in hundreds of miles. This Infiniti has heated leather seats.. Bose CD... sun roof... power windows and door locks and so so so much more. All you need to is look at the pics of this beauty to see how amazing this one is. Come today for a look and drive... You will want to take it home.

  • I have a 1997 Infiniti QX4. My wife tried to start it this morning and it was totally dead, no lights, no clicking, nothing. I put a battery charger on the battery and one of the fuse/modules under th...

    Sometimes it starts up fine, sometimes i have to hold the gas pedal to the floor to get it to start. I replaced the fuel filter on my 97 Infiniti qx4.

    1997 Infiniti Qx4, 4x4, leather, DVD, alloy

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    • 1997 Infiniti QX4 3.3L V6 

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I bought my 1997 Infiniti Qx4 in '99 (I'm the second owner) and this is the best car I've ever owned. I will eventually give it up, but my goal now is 300K miles because the engine is that good and reliable. Drives very well for what is essentially a truck (a little bumpy in the back seats, but my kids have never complained). You can haul a lot in it, too. And in the snow, and on mountain passes? This SUV can cut through anything. I've only used 4-low a few times, mostly I just hit the switch for 4wd -- and you can go anywhere in confidence. Only repair? Alternator replacement at 140,000 miles. If you find a decent Qx4, even if has over 100k miles, grab it. I don't plan on giving mine up anytime soon, though. Plus, it's got a killer six-speaker Bose sound system.