This fall, the 2022 Infiniti QX80 hits US dealerships in three well-equipped trims priced between $70,600 and $82,235.
The automaker refreshed the QX80 for the 2022 model year. The first vehicles became arriving at dealer showrooms in the USA and Canada in late summer 2021. Now the SUV is available to purchase and deliver.
It underwent significant updates, mostly inside. They include a standard high-definition 12.3-inch InTouch widescreen infotainment display compatible with Apple CarPlay/ USB-based Android Auto, InTouch Services, and navigation with lane guidance.
One more all-new feature is a wireless smartphone charger, in addition to a Bose premium sound system and Intelligent Cruise Control.
A 5.6-liter engine V8 produces 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque. Rear-wheel drive is standard, while Infiniti All-Mode Four-Wheel Drive is a $3,100 option.
Luxe, Premium Select, and Sensory trim levels are available. They cost $70,600, $75,385 and $82,235, respectively. The prices exclude a $1,395 destination and handling fee.
The Infiniti QX80 is a popular model in the USA in its class. If we analyze Infiniti sales in the 1st half of 2021, we’ll see that this vehicle is the third with 7,631 sales. The QX50 (13,749 units) and Q50 (8,482 units) are ahead, the Infiniti QX60 is behind with 4,307 sales. In Canada, Infiniti sold 476 QX80s in the first half-year: this is the 4th place. The Q50 (568 units), QX60 (687 sales), and QX50 (1,050 sales) are ahead.
We can add that the manufacturer assembles the new Infiniti QX80 in Kyushu, Japan. After the market launch in North America, other markets will follow.