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The 2022 redesign has transformed the QX60. The cabin has a modern look, while adding rich leather and modern controls.
The QX60 shares the 295-hp, 3.5-liter V6 engine paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission with the redesigned Nissan Pathfinder. Front- and all-wheel drive are available. A standard 12.3-inch touch screen, mounted prominently on top of the center dash, has an elegant, integrated look. Many functions are handled via the screen or steering wheel controls. Seven-passenger seating is standard. The one-touch controls tilt and slide the outboard second-row seats forward, providing a path to the third-row seats, which Infiniti claims are roomier than in the previous generation. Standard active safety systems include FCW, AEB with pedestrian detection, LDW, and BSW. Plus ProPilot Assist system uses adaptive cruise control and steering assistance to keep the QX60 within the lane markings while driving.
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2020
The midsized QX60 is spacious, quiet, and well-finished, with room for seven but without the bulk of a full-sized SUV. It is based on the Nissan Pathfinder and has a comfortable ride, but handling lacks agility, making the QX feel rather mushy and hesitant when taking corners.
The Infiniti's 3.5-liter V6 and continuously variable transmission delivered adequate acceleration but returned an unimpressive 19 mpg overall on premium fuel. A family friendly feature allows access to the third row even with a child seat installed in the second row. But the second-row seat cushion is very low, forcing passengers to sit with their knees high in the air. A recent freshening included a bump in power and an increase in towing capacity. FCW, AEB, and BSW are standard. Both the QX60 and the Pathfinder will be redesigned for the 2022 model year.
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2014-2019
2014 Redesign Year
Infiniti changed the JX name to QX60 from 2014 onward. This three-row SUV doesn't have the bulk of a full-size model, yet still offers a spacious, quiet, luxurious, and well-finished interior with room for seven.
It has a comfortable ride, but its handling lacks agility. Power comes from a 3.5-liter V6, paired with a continuously variable transmission. This powertrain delivers smooth and adequate acceleration, while returning 19 mpg overall on premium fuel. However, towing capacity is a low 3,500 pounds. A family-friendly feature is the ability to gain access to the third row, even with a child seat installed in the second row. The surround-view camera system displays a bird's-eye view around the car when parking, this is an advantage given the impeded rear view. It can also brake automatically when reversing to avoid hitting something behind it. A hybrid version was offered from the 2014 to 2017 model years.  A freshening for the 2017 model year brought 30 more hp to its V6 and towing capacity raised to 5,000 pounds.
$33,250 - $37,275
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$31,975 - $32,925
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$27,375 - $27,950
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$22,600 - $24,475
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$18,625 - $19,875
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$15,050 - $17,225
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