2015 Infiniti QX80 Photo Gallery (32 Photos)

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It's no secret that we think Infiniti's large SUV is awkward looking — and that's putting it nicely. The QX80 (previously the QX56) gets a mild exterior styling update for 2015, which should help soften it a bit.

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In front, a curvier lattice-style grille is new, and other changes include revised LED headlights, turn signals and fog lights and a restyled bumper — and don't forget the bling; there's even more chrome trim this year.

Check out the gallery below; Cars.com photos by Evan Sears.

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Comments 

2sk21

Just baffles me why anyone would buy this large and ugly monster.

Jack B. Nimble

Well, 2sk21, don't let your mind get all tied in a knot. Large SUVs have their market, and this one, in spite of what the appearance may be, is one of the best luxury SUVs - that's based on features, interior design, technology. It could do with a bigger sun roof though. For what it's worth, I prefer this to the stereotypical image of the Escalade - especially with that new hearse-like squared off rear.

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