2019 Buick Enclave vs. 2019 Infiniti QX60 Comparison
2019 Buick Enclave
Starting Price: $40,995| Price yours
Above Average: Good-looking, feature packed, fuel-efficient and it handles like a midsize sedan in an SUV package.
Below Average: A lack of standard driver-assistance systems at the base price.
Consensus: The 2019 Buick Enclave is a 3-row, 7-passenger midsize SUV wrapped in a stylish, sophisticated, and luxurious package.
2019 Infiniti QX60
Starting Price: $44,995 | Price yours
Above Average: Reliable, stylish, a powerful V6 engine, and a collection of driver safety features that come standard on all trims.
Below Average: Aging design, fuel economy leaves a bit to be desired.
Consensus: An opulent 7-passenger SUV that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.
The recently redesigned 2019 Buick Enclave is the goldilocks of the 7-passenger SUV wars. The balance of luxury touches like the roomy cabin, soft touch materials, powerful engine, and enjoyable sedan-like driveability makes the Enclave a surprisingly competitive entry into this crowded segment. The Buick Enclave is solidly aimed at some of the luxury German models that can cost far more along with the Infiniti and Acura MDX. The 2019 Infiniti QX60, on the other hand, is getting a bit long in the tooth. It does offer a bevy of stylish touches and tech features that make it a joy to drive. The third row in the QX60 is usable but only by those that are under the age of 7 (or shorter than 5-feet) but its more compact size makes it highly maneuverable in tight parking lots.
Stylish, 3-row, 7-passenger haulers that both come with a variety of luxury touches making either vehicle a good bet.
Buick Enclave Advantages
Value, luxury, fuel efficiency and comfort at an affordable price.
Infiniti QX60 Advantages
Style, power, and options packed into a small footprint.
The 2019 Buick Enclave is the best bet for its combination of luxury, value and its fuel efficiency.
|2019 Buick Enclave||2019 Infiniti QX60|
|Engine||3.6-liter V6||3.5-liter V6|
|Horsepower||310 hp @ 6,800 rpm||295 hp @ 6,400 rpm|
|Torque||266 lb-ft @ 2,800 rpm||270 lb-ft @ 4,800 rpm|
|Fuel Economy||21 mpg (18 city, 26 hwy)||22 mpg (20 city, 27 hwy)|
|Warranty||4 years/50,000 miles basic||4 years/60,000 miles|
|NHTSA Overall Safety Rating||5 Stars||5 Stars|
|Max Seating Capacity||7 passengers||7 passengers|
|Wheelbase||120.9 inches||114.2 inches|
|Overall Length||204.3 inches||200.6 inches|
|Width||89.3 inches||77.2 inches|
|Height||69.9 inches||68.6 inches|
|Turning Diameter||39.0 feet||38.7 feet|
|Headroom, Front||41.0 inches||40.7 inches|
|Headroom, 2nd row||39.9 inches||38.2 inches|
|Headroom, 3rd row||37.6 inches||36.5 inches|
|Legroom, Front||41.2 inches||42.2 inches|
|Legroom, 2nd row||38.9 inches||41.7 inches|
|Legroom, 3rd row||33.5 inches||30.8 inches|
|Shoulder Room, Front||62.4 inches||57.1 inches|
|Shoulder Room, 2nd row||61.7 inches||60.4 inches|
|Shoulder Room, 3rd row||57.3 inches||57.1 inches|
|EPA Passenger Volume||NA||NA|
|EPA Cargo Volume||97.6 cu. ft.||76.2 cu. ft.|