2021(22?) Infiniti QX 80, basically a Nissan Armada I think.
Somehow I got Hertz Presidents Circle and being Tuesday, the weekly rental choice was thin so it was this, a Chevy Impala (already had before) or a Ford Escape/Kuga (curious, but not big enough). But, what do you want from the Newark airport.
Rides well enough, though it seems to go any direction it feels when you hit a pothole, it rides smooth enough, though I think that's because of the thicker (taller) than car tires. It has great acceleration and shifts well. This model has radar cruise control and it does traffic pretty good. If you stop though, you have to give the throttle a tap, it beeps to remind you. Auto climate control worked well enough, but it's not great at filtering outside air. Downtown Newark had a lot of weed smoke, vape clouds, and cigar smoke. Basically 1:1 for what you smelled outside versus inside... gross.
This also has wireless carplay but no wireless charger that I could find. It has a power lift gate and a very high load floor. The liftgate I don't think goes up high enough that someone taller than me would be able to handle.
The engine has good power as I said, but it's not isolated well. You feel it through your feet and when sitting still, can feel with the A/C compressor engages as well as the engine RPMs go from 800-1100 which you feel the whole vehicle vibrate when that happens.
On the interior, It's nice enough but feels like 2000s Chrysler, plus most of the things inside can be had a nicely spec'd Altima. One thing I don't like on the exterior, opening the doors and letting the door handle snap back is what snaps you back to reality. You hear a metallic smack as the whole door radiates the noise of the door handle snapping closed. It's like a cheap Nissan Note, except this QX80 starts at $70,500.
This also suffers from Mustang brightness syndrome.
Somebody didn't figure out how to match display brightness between gauges, center disply, and lower display with the backlit buttons. So your car play screen is eye searing at night while everything else is reasonable. That lower screen sucks as well, but not as bad.
A well spec'd Golf or Tiguan feels more solid than this thing.