The QX60 is Infiniti’s mid-size, three-row crossover model, putting family-friendly accommodations in a vehicle nimbler and more efficient than the brand’s big QX80 SUV. Infiniti redesigned the QX60 into its second generation last year.
What’s New/Key Changes From Last Year
For 2023, Infiniti makes wireless phone charging standard across the QX60 range instead of limiting it to the car’s top trims.
The QX60 comes in Pure, Luxe, Sensory, and Autograph trim levels. In all, power is from a 3.5L V6, a nine-speed transmission, and AWD.
Pure trim comes with LED headlights/taillights, power-folding side mirrors, 18-inch wheels, a panoramic roof, leather upholstery, a heated steering wheel, heated/power-adjustable front seats, and heated rear seats. You also get an auto-dimming rearview mirror, passive keyless entry, a power tailgate, three-zone A/C, a 12.3-inch touchscreen, a nine-speaker stereo, and wireless phone charging.
Among the QX60’s standard safety features are automatic high beams, rain-sensing wipers, forward collision mitigation, rear automatic braking, blind spot monitor, rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning, and rear parking sensors.
Luxe adds 20-inch wheels, digital gauges, power-adjustable steering column, navigation, surround-view cameras, blind spot intervention, lane departure prevention, pro pilot assist, adaptive cruise control, driver attention alert, and front parking sensors.
Sensory gains adaptive headlights, a head-up display, an electronic rearview mirror, auto-dimming side mirrors, a hands-free tailgate, ventilated/massaging front seats, and a 17-speaker stereo.
Finally, Autograph models get semi-aniline leather seating and a front central airbag.
Infiniti’s fuel consumption ratings for the QX60 are 11.9/9.3 L/100 km (city/highway).
If the QX60 has caught your eye, you might also want to look at the Acura MDX, Mercedes-Benz GLS, Cadillac XT6, Lexus RX L, Audi Q7, Volvo XC90, and Genesis GV80.
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