Contemporary Comfort

For many years the Acura MDX was the only 3-row midsize luxury crossover SUV available to shoppers in search of a Japanese luxury make. Infiniti finally ended that monopoly a few years ago with the QX60. Compared to the MDX, the Infiniti QX60 offers softer, more traditional luxury interior styling. Compared to German competitors like the Audi Q7 and BMW X5, the Infiniti offers a lower starting price by as much as $10,000. And compared to the 2016 model, the 2017 QX60 now has a more powerful engine, plus new and improved tech and convenience features.

Driving It

From our expert review of Infiniti's midsize luxury SUV: "Ride comfort is always a subjective topic, but in the 2017 Infiniti QX60 luxury-crossover SUV we can safely attest this is a vehicle for those who prefer sharp handling and responsive cornering to a soft ride and light-touch steering. Infiniti has tuned the QX60’s shocks and springs for aggressive driving, which is fine so long as the road remains smooth."

Hybrid Drive

The gas-electric version of the QX60 is almost as powerful as the gas-powered version, yet has fuel economy that's about 30 percent better (as much as 6 mpg higher) in the city. As an added bonus, the battery packs don't take away from passenger or cargo volume.

Build and Price

The Infiniti QX60 has a starting price of about $44,000, topping out at over $62,000 for a fully loaded hybrid model. Build and price your own 2017 Infiniti QX60 to unlock its Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price, 5-Year Cost to Own and more.

More Midsize Luxury SUVs

The Acura MDX and pricier Audi Q7 are two of the QX60's most like-minded alternatives. Visit our Midsize Luxury SUV Buyer's Guide to become an instant expert on all your options.


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