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The Infiniti QX60 is a luxury crossover SUV that combines practicality and sleek styling. The QX60 comes with a powerful engine and available all-wheel drive (AWD) that makes it appealing if you drive in colder climates or on tough terrains. Inside, the 2019 Infiniti QX60 has seating for seven people with enough legroom that no one will feel crowded. Standard features, including leather seats, a moonroof, and tri-zone climate control, give the cabin of the Infinity QX60 an extra touch of luxury. If you're looking for a practical but luxurious three-row SUV, the Infiniti QX60 is a strong contender.
F 42.2"/M 41.7"/R 30.8"
F 40.7"/M 38.2"/R 36.5"
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The Infinity QX60 comes with lots of standard features. That's in part because, until the 2019 model, the QX60 was only available in one trim. However, that means it's easier for you to know what you're getting, since leather seats, a moonroof, heated front seats, and a six-speaker audio system all come standard on all QX60s. Additional touches like easy access to the third row also contribute to the QX60's luxurious feel.
If you want a larger vehicle that still feels powerful, the QX60 is a good choice. The QX60 comes standard with a 295-horsepower V6 engine (model years 2017–2019). That means you'll have plenty of acceleration, despite the vehicle's larger size. The 3.5-liter engine gives the QX60 a 7.7-second 0–60 time, when new.
Many three-row SUVs, particularly in the crossover segment, have third rows that aren't big enough to be fully functional. That's not the case with the 2019 QX60. The third row has 30.8 inches of legroom, which is comparable to the legroom in the rear seat of a sedan.
Third-row passengers will also have 35 inches of headroom, enough for most adults to sit comfortably. In the second row, there are 41.7 inches of legroom. That means even when you're carrying seven people, everyone will have enough space.
The QX60 has plenty of features to help drivers get where they're going. All models come with a back-up camera. The 2019 model comes standard with an array of driver-assist features, including forward collision warning, emergency braking, and blind-spot monitoring. These features and others, like adaptive cruise control, are available as package options on earlier models of the QX60. Just look for vehicles that have the Driver Assistance Package.
The 2019 Infiniti QX60 is a great SUV for people in colder climates and others who are regularly navigating icy or snowy roads. It comes with standard front-wheel drive (FWD) but has AWD available on all trims. With those options, you can choose the drivetrain that best meets your needs. Optional AWD, along with standard automatic headlights and standard fog lights will give you peace of mind in all weather.
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The Infiniti QX50 is a luxurious small SUV that has seating for five people. The QX50 was redesigned in 2019 after a hiatus during the 2018 model year. The 2019 QX50 comes standard with a turbo four-cylinder engine that produces 268 horsepower. Prior to that, model years 2013 to 2017 came standard with a 325-horsepower V6. The QX50 comes standard with FWD, but AWD is an available option as well. Until 2017, the QX50 was available in one trim and came standard with upscale features like leather interior and a moonroof. The 2019 model has three available trims—the base model, Pure, has synthetic leather seating, but does not include a moonroof.
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RepairPal gave the Infiniti QX60 an overall reliability rating of 4 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Excellent. This rating ranks Infiniti QX60 1st out of 21 among Luxury Fullsize SUVs.View RepairPal's full rating of the Infiniti QX60
This trim includes leather seats, a moonroof, a six-speaker audio system, Bluetooth® connectivity, blind-spot monitoring, and forward crash warning with automatic braking.
Includes a Bose® 13-speaker premium audio system, remote start, roof racks, and a memory system for driver seat, mirror, and steering wheel settings.
The Infiniti QX60 has a spacious and upscale interior. The 2019 QX60's third row is big enough for adults, meaning that the QX60 can seat seven people without any trouble. In addition, many high-end features including leather seats, heated seats, and a moonroof, all of which come standard. The 2019 Infiniti QX60 comes with a six-speaker audio system and an optional upgrade to a 13-speaker Bose system.
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