2023 Infiniti QX60 Launched: Starts at $49,200, Adds INFINITI Premium Care

Infiniti QX60 2022

The automaker has announced specs and pricing for the 2023 Infiniti QX60.

The current 2nd-generation Infiniti QX60 is on the market since last fall. Now it enters the second model year with the INFINITI Premium Care added. This integrated maintenance program provides up to 3 years of inspections, tire rotations, and oil changes.

Besides, the company has made a revision of the QX60 lineup: added a wireless phone charging pad as standard for all trims, a frameless rearview mirror, and new accent colors (dark gray, gloss black) for the lower bumper.  

Four trim levels are available, each with optional INFINITI Intelligent All-Wheel Drive that costs an additional $2,000.

The 2023 QX60’s prices for FWD models including a $1,195 destination are as follows: Pure $50,395, Luxe $56,445, Sensory $59,795, and Autograph $63,795.

To compare: the 2022 pricing was $47,875 Pure, $53,925 Luxe, $57,375 Sensory, and $61,375 Autograph. The destination and handling fee was $1,025.

As far as we can see, the model has become more expensive: by $2,520 for Pure and Luxe, by $2,420 for Sensory and Autograph.

2023 Infiniti QX60 Cabin
2023 Infiniti QX60 Interior

We remind that under the hood the vehicle has a 3.5 liter V6 direct-injection engine making 295 hp and 270 lb-ft in combination with a 9-speed automatic transmission with manual-mode paddle shifters.

The Drive Mode Selector allows the driver to select between such modes as Personal, Sport, Standard, Eco, and Snow, as well as to control throttle responses and transmission mapping.

Our Take

Having bought an Infiniti QX60, owners are generally satisfied with their choice, as evidenced, for example, by the latest J.D. Power’s 2022 APEAL Study. This is a nice premium SUV but…without a twist: respectable, but without charisma making a car outstanding.

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