Infiniti QX60

The 2015 Infiniti QX60 has earned most of its praise for its upscale cabin and roomy third row. It is arguably one of the most flexible options among a select group of seven-seat “crossovers” that are not a minivan or massive SUV. The 2015 QX60 is available in front- or all-wheel drive, as well as a hybrid model for a 24 percent improvement in fuel economy.


The QX60 manages to accomplish nice form and functionality quite successfully, with its sleek, stylized, modern looks that disguise its highly usable and luxurious interior. From the outside, nobody would guess that there is enough room on the inside for a third row of seats. The low ride height of the Infiniti QX60 means that anyone of any heights will not have a problem getting in and out. The QX60 only comes in one trim, but there are multiple options that buyers can choose from. It has very composed handling and a comfortable ride even with the lowered suspension.


First stepping into the QX60, the occupants immediately feel pampered by its high-class finish and feel. Upscale amenities like heated and cooled front seats, heated second-row seats, and a heated steering wheel can all be taken for granted upon getting into a vehicle on a cold day without them. Safety features including Lane Departure Assist and a rear view camera make the even the tedious tasks seem like a breeze. Second-row passengers have a fold-down armrest in the center seat with cup holders and a small storage bin.


Standard on the QX60 is the 3.5-liter V6 producing 265 horsepower and 248 lb-ft of torque. Hitting 60 mph takes only 8.1 seconds and can accelerate up to 140 mph. Fuel consumption is about 17 MPG in the city and 23 on the highway.


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