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One of the more interesting features available for the Infiniti QX60 is the Infiniti Personal Assistant. Offered at no extra cost for four years with the purchase of a new Infiniti car, it helps owners by providing your very own concierge who Infiniti says can provide everything from travel reservations, to weather forecasts, to reminders for appointments. It's delivered entirely through a Web page, a voice connection, email or text.

It sounds like a pretty sweet deal to me :)

 

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The guys at car connection just released their six month road test of the JX/Qx60. In the article, they take a look at the Infiniti Personal Assistant.
 

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Pretty crazy how Infiniti has their personal assistant team do all of that and more, it almost seems as if there's no limit to what they can do. Things like Infiniti Personal Assistant should make owning newer infiniti's more enjoyable and feel like you really own a premium vehicle.
 

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Though the Personal Assistant is free with purchase, I don't think the service is transferable. The service is linked to one account owner. If anyone else tries using it, for example, the wife or kids, they can't. You have to buy extra memberships. I'm not entirely sure how this works if you buy a second hand QX60 either. Most likely, second hand owners will have to buy a membership.
 

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First saw this sort of service available in BMW's , they call it "BMW Assist", and I was impressed with it and all the things you can do with BMW Assist when registered to the service, happy to see a brand low on the Luxury vehicle scale offers a similar service. I don't even think Lexus Enform is like this (with a virtual assistant) instead it's all done through pushing buttons on the screen.

Video of BMW Assist:

 

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First saw this sort of service available in BMW's , they call it "BMW Assist", and I was impressed with it and all the things you can do with BMW Assist when registered to the service, happy to see a brand low on the Luxury vehicle scale offers a similar service. I don't even think Lexus Enform is like this (with a virtual assistant) instead it's all done through pushing buttons on the screen.
I thought this kind of personal assistant service was unique to Infiniti. It's good to know that more automakers are using it. Hopefully eventually, it will be able to make it to the economy car segment.
 

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I thought this kind of personal assistant service was unique to Infiniti. It's good to know that more automakers are using it. Hopefully eventually, it will be able to make it to the economy car segment.
Chances are they all use the same type of service and brand it as their own. I doubt every car maker has their own people for this in their own office. Eventually it will be nearly all the luxury car makers with this tech,
 
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