Infiniti QX60

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2020
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2020 Infiniti QX60 Ratings & Reliability
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 soft and hesitant when taking corners. The Infiniti's 3.5-liter V6 and continuously variable transmission delivered adequate acceleration and 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, compromising thigh support and 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. Forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and blind spot warning are now standard.
2019
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2019 Infiniti QX60 Ratings & Reliability
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 soft and hesitant when taking corners. The Infiniti's 3.5-liter V6 and continuously variable transmission delivered adequate acceleration and returned a so-so 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, compromising thigh support and 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. Forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and blind spot warning are now standard.
2014-2018
2014 Redesign Year
Infiniti QX60 2018
Infiniti changed the JX name to QX60 from 2014 onward. An SUV large enough for three rows of seating without the bulk of a full-size model, the it 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 for the 2014 model year.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2018 $27,600 - $28,825 $25,455 - $26,630
2017 $24,950 - $25,975 $22,835 - $23,835
2016 $22,150 - $24,150 $19,960 - $21,905
2015 $18,525 - $20,425 $16,305 - $18,150
2014 $16,400 - $17,700 $13,160 - $14,505