The 2018 Infiniti QX60 is the brand’s most popular model, and for good reason. The three-row crossover-style luxury SUV combines style and efficiency in a family-friendly package. The Nissan Pathfinder upon which it’s based remains the choice for value shoppers, however with a starting price of $43,300 the QX60 offers a much more upscale ambiance.
Pros: Smooth Ride, Powerful Engine, Flexible Interior Layout, Stylish, Efficient
Cons: Some Interior Materials Lack Opulence, CVT Transmission Hampers Spirited Driving
What You Should Know: Although the hybrid version has been dropped, the QX60 in standard form manages to deliver slightly better fuel economy than archrival Acura MDX.
Looks Best In: Black Obsidian exterior/Java interiorCoolest Feature: Trick 2nd-row sliding/tilting seat
Competition: Acura MDX, Volvo XC90, Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander
Summary: Nestled between the compact QX30 and the massive QX80, in Infiniti’s SUV lineup, the QX60 is just the right size. With plenty of room for passengers, groceries, baby gear and the family dog to all fit in comfort, it combines utility with style.
Did You Know? According to Automotive News, Last year Infiniti achieved an annual sales record with over 230,000 vehicles sold globally.
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