Job Well Done: QX60 Safety Award

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Recently, I had a great moment as a Dad.  My son had a school project that took up a lot of his time and energy. We wanted to help him, but we also knew that some of the greatest achievements come from trial and error and learning from your own mistakes.  Well, he got an “A” and the look on his face when he told us made me so proud and happy because I knew how hard he worked for that grade. 

It was a job well done earned through dedication and determination.

Infiniti is a company that truly understands that anything exceptional has to be earned through that same process.  It takes hard work, determination and a dedication to our customers.  That’s why I’m particularly proud of a recent award we received. 

The 2016 Infiniti QX60 premium crossover, when equipped with Forward Emergency Braking, has received a Top Safety Pick+ award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) after earning a “Superior” rating for front crash prevention.  Along with “Good” ratings in the IIHS’s five crashworthiness tests, the Infiniti QX60’s “Superior” rating for front crash prevention is a result of its performance in both the 12 mph and 25 mph front crash prevention tests. In the 25 mph test, the QX60’s impact speed was reduced by an average of 10 mph. The QX60 also received credit for forward collision warning components in its front crash prevention system that meets National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) criteria.  To qualify for Top Safety Pick+, the IIHS’s highest award, a vehicle must earn good ratings in the small overlap front, moderate overlap front, side, roof strength and head restraint tests, plus an advanced or superior rating for front crash prevention.

All this means that Infiniti is committed to your safety.  The award highlights what we’ve known for years:  Infiniti is once again raising the standard in the premium crossover segment and will continue to deliver innovative safety features to our drivers.

Job well done.

See you on the road.

George Grubbs III

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