Infiniti QX60 Gets Price Bump, Free Maintenance
- The 2023 Infiniti QX60 starts at $49,200, plus a $1,195 destination charge
For the 2023 model year, the Infiniti QX60 will cost $49,200, plus a $1,195 destination charge. That’s more than a $2,500 price increase over the 2022 model. But, for the added cost, Infiniti will throw in three years of oil changes, tire rotations, and other regularly-scheduled maintenance through its Infiniti Premium Care Program.
It’s an approach we’ve seen more automakers adopting this year. It’s worth noting that many cars require little scheduled maintenance in the first three years of ownership. But your new car should offer financial predictability, so we like the move.
The QX60 was thoroughly redesigned for the 2022 model year. It gained a bold new look with more muscular lines and sharply angled headlights.
Nissan’s luxury marque bid farewell to the little-loved continuously variable transmission (CVT) of old QX60 models for a more refined 9-speed automatic gearbox. Infiniti kept the smooth, responsive, 295-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 reviewers have always praised in the model.
Inside, it’s hard to decide whether the biggest upgrade is the new infotainment system or the second-row seats that slide all the way forward to give parents easier access to a child safety seat. A gorgeous Autograph edition with quilted semi-aniline leather throughout looks like something you’d expect from Land Rover or Bentley.
With an update so recent, Infiniti has found little reason to significantly change the QX60 for 2023. Every trim level now comes with a wireless phone charging pad, a new frameless rearview mirror, and a darker trim on the lower bumper.
2023 Infiniti QX60 Pricing
Infiniti also charges a $1,195 destination fee on all QX60s.
|Pure front-wheel drive (FWD)||$49,200|
|Pure all-wheel drive (AWD)||$51,200|