Infinity has revised standard equipment and packaging for the QX50 for the 2021 model year.
Some features, not standard before, are standard now. Compared to the previous model year, prices slightly increased across the range.
Last year, the Infiniti QX50 was completely rrdesigned. Refreshes for 2021 are minor.
They are limited to adding a new Mineral Black exterior color and a few updates to the standard equipment, such as a Wi-Fi hotspot, Automatic Collision Notification with emergency call, and acoustic laminated front side glass.
Five trim levels are available for the 2021 model: Pure, Luxe, Essential, Sensory, Autograph, each with front-wheel drive or Intelligent All-Wheel Drive.
The 2021 QX50 Luxe has the following standard features now: heated front seats, Blind Spot Intervention, Intelligent Cruise Control, ProPILOT Assist, Distance Control Assist, Lane Departure Prevention.
An optional Appearance Package for the Luxe cars include 20-inch black wheels, a graphite headliner, black mirror caps, dark chrome accents, black grille mesh.
Other standard features for 2021 include: Traffic Sign Recognition (on the Essential grade), Head-up Display (Sensory), Direct Adaptive Steering (Autograph), and Tow Package (Autograph AWD).
The Climate Package (Sensory) is complimentary now (was available at extra pay before).
The 2021 Infiniti QX50 is currently available at U.S. dealerships.
The base price grew by $700 to $38,975 (FWD model) and $40,975 (AWD model). The Luxe trim costs $42,525 ($1300 more than before).
The range-topping Autograph AWD grade starts at $57,875. Prices include a $1025 destination and handling charge.