Infiniti QX60 – Review, Specs, Pricing, Features, Videos and More Staff
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Ride Comfort and Handling, Driver Position, Sharp Styling


9-Speed Transmission, Wind Noise

Bottom Line

An excellent choice for families looking for a luxurious three row crossovers whose priorities are comfort, ease of use, and features

Acura MDX vs Infiniti QX60 vs Lexus TX: The X Marks the Spot

The Lexus lineup had a big hole to plug.

Three-row luxury SUVs are big business, yet even though the Japanese brand had two answers to the question—the stretched RX-L, and the rugged GX—neither ever quite seemed the right one.

The new-for-2024 TX aims to change that. With a larger footprint than any unibody Lexus SUV to come before it, the TX promises to shuttle six in comfort, and all the assorted flotsam and jetsam that comes with that. We were impressed enough with the new model at its launch late last year, so we had to get it together with its countryman on home turf to really see how it stacks up. Jumping in to help us wrangle the Lexus, Acura MDX, and Infiniti QX60 is regular AutoGuide contributor—and fellow TX launch event attendee—Jeff Wilson.

Read the full comparison here.

2022 Infiniti QX60 Review: A True Luxury Crossover

Before Infiniti attached the QX prefix to all of the brand’s SUVs, there was the JX35. Introduced for the 2013 model year, the JX was a high-end luxury crossover based on the Nissan Pathfinder platform.

I drove the JX35 when it first came out and although it was a nice family vehicle, my biggest take-away was that it felt more like a fancy Pathfinder than a true Infiniti product. Even after the name change to QX60 for the 2014 model year onwards, it never shook that feeling for me.

Now, nearly ten years later, there is an all-new 2022 Infiniti QX60. Based once again on the equally new Nissan Pathfinder, the question is, does the new generation QX60 succeed in feeling like a proper luxury SUV, or just a fancy Nissan Pathfinder? Spoiler alert – if you read this review’s title, you probably already know the answer.

And it’s an answer I spent a lot of time analyzing. Normally, when reviewing a vehicle, we are loaned it for a one week evaluation period. But due to a perfect storm of circumstances, I was granted access to a 2022 Infiniti QX60 for three weeks over the holiday season.

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Detailed Specs


$49,650 - $66,100


3.5-liter 6-cylinder


295 hp


270 lb-ft.





Fuel Economy (city/hwy)

20-21 mpg / 25-26 mpg

Cargo Capacity

14.5 cu ft.

Our Final Verdict

Infiniti QX60



Quality & Styling9.0
Value8.0 Staff Staff

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