For customers more interested in comfort than capability, the 2018 Infiniti QX60 is a rewarding choice. Now, the QX60 isn’t quite as long or powerful as the 2018 Infiniti QX80. But it is roomier and more luxurious. It’s also just as strong in the towing department as mainstream entries such as the 2018 Ford Explorer. Further, although the QX60 doesn’t offer Android Auto/Apple CarPlay, mobile Wi-Fi is available.
A full-size, three-row SUV with standard seating for seven, the QX60 is offered in one well-equipped trim for 2018. Front-wheel drive and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) are standard, with all-wheel drive optional.
This year, the Infiniti QX60 welcomes a new rear-seat reminder system. In certain situations, it can remind the owner to check the back seats before exiting the vehicle.
The QX60 has a surprisingly lean appearance accented by strong, flowing lines. The front of the SUV is simple, clean and highlighted by a crest-shaped grille. At the rear, wraparound taillights and a skidplate molding provide a sophisticated SUV finish. A dramatic daylight opening, set off by dynamic rear roof pillars, also delivers an eye-catching touch.
As for the QX60’s “eyes,” those are standard high-intensity discharge headlamps. LED daytime running lights and LED fog lights are standard as well. Other high-end standard features for the QX60 include a power moonroof, power liftgate, 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels and heated, power-folding exterior mirrors with integrated turn signals. Infiniti supplies a variety of exterior upgrades, too. These can range from a hands-free liftgate to 20-inch aluminum-alloy wheels to a panoramic moonroof that extends over the second and third rows.
The 2018 Infiniti QX60 also shows off curvy lines throughout its cabin. This includes a wraparound dashboard with accents that stretch deep into the front door panels. Even the gear-shift console is framed by convex lines. The QX60 has more legroom in all three rows than the QX80, which is 10 inches longer. That’s especially noticeable in the first and third rows. There, the QX60 delivers an extra 2.6 and 2 inches, respectively. Owners also benefit from 15.9 cubic feet of cargo space behind the third row, 40.2 behind the second and 75.8 in total.
Many premium features come standard in the one-trim QX60. For example, all models start with leather-appointed first- and second-row seats; tri-zone automatic climate control; a heated front row; and six-way power-adjustability for the front passenger. An eight-way power-adjustable seat is standard for the driver, and so is a leather-wrapped multi-function steering wheel with a power-adjustable column. Infiniti also offers some notable comfort options for the QX60. Leading the way are ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel and heated second-row seats. Real maple accents and quilted seating surfaces are available as well.
The QX60 features a standard 3.5-liter V6 that matches up well with the standard powerplants in rival SUVs. The Infiniti engine produces 295 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. It’s mated to a CVT in all models. As mentioned earlier, front-wheel drive also is standard, while all-wheel drive is available.
We also mentioned towing earlier, and here are the specifics: The QX60 has the same 5,000-pound trailer rating as the Explorer.
As for EPA ratings, the QX60 is listed at 20/27 mpg city/highway.
Standard technology for the QX60 includes a rearview camera and the new rear-seat reminder system. To meet customer demand for infotainment, Infiniti provides a standard 8-inch display with a console-mounted control interface. The system also bundles together Bluetooth, satellite radio, an iPod-compatible USB port and six audio speakers. Infotainment options? There are plenty, such as mobile Wi-Fi, navigation, an 8-inch touch screen, a rear-seat entertainment system and a 13-speaker Bose audio system.
For additional driver assistance, the QX60 stands out with both forward and rear emergency braking. Customers also can order a blind-spot system, lane-departure warning, lane-keeping assistance, rear cross-traffic alert, pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, parking sensors and a 360-degree camera system. Infiniti’s forward-collision warning system is another advantage. It can monitor up to two vehicles in front of the QX60.
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User Reviews for 2018 INFINITI QX60
by Russ on January 21, 2020
"I bought this car because it was cheaper than some other brands I was interested in buying. Had a sale with some significant discounts. I really regret my decision now. This car has horrible technology that is in a word archaic. It is also one of the noisiest cars on the highway that I have purchased in many years. I would not recommend purchasing one and it has turned me against Infiniti."
Interior trim is above average. Leather seats are comfortable and the fake wood trim has held up well.
Paint looks very good but the styling is a little tired.
Drives fine and has good power. Only performance issues are the poor cabin soundproofing and the extremely outdated technology.
Only family experience is hauling my grand children around occasionally. Fairly easy to access the back row of seats and it seems to adequately meet those needs.
"Our second infiniti after trying to buy a 2019 Enclave only to have one get damaged by hail, the other had to be shipped and would be two weeks late so we literally bought the identical car again from Infiniti as our lease was running out."
"Great suv if your planning on buying new and keeping 3 to 4 years. Little things show up over time like hvac issues and other electrical problems. I also hear CVT Trans issue start around 70k. We always had something right before we traded ours in. So new buys you should be fine. "
Better then my 2012 but not a rocket ship.
Great for family has if all addressed
A bit on pricey side but better the. The pathfinder overall
"Such a pleasure to drive this SUV! This is packed with safety features and user friendly options. 3 row seat fold out just adds to roomy seating and cargo space. It also is a great looking luxury vehicle."
"I love this new car! The ride is extremely comfortable and the amenities make the car payment worth it. Love being able to put the seats down and fit items that I need to move. Plus the car looks nice. "
Leather seats with stitching. Electric and heated seats. A/C for back seat. I like the Bluetooth feature.
Love look and the gray color.
Luxurious ride. Handles the road well on freeway and city streets. Brakes quickly for a longer vehicle.
Plenty of room for carrying supplies for my classroom.
Cheaper than a Lexus but I higher end vehicle than a Hyundai.
Now as smooth of a ride as I would have like due to wear on tires that need to be changed in the near future.
roomy for passengers. I felt the seats were very comfortable
I am disappointed that I will have to purchase tires in the next 5 thousands miles or so. I should have better inspected the tires. Of course the outcome would have been the same I would have purchased the vehicle.
"I absolutely love this car. Had it as a rental in Tennessee, and had my eyes set on it for a year! Got the best one I could find! All the extras. And it’s everything I thought it would be and more! Fast! And flashy! "
Love the Nieman Marcus Leather! Beautiful!
Such a unique color! I get many compliments on the gold color!
It goes fast! Love it!
While it has back seats, it’s a right fit.. from what I am told the seats are comfortable.
I got what I paid for.. all of the extras are great!
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The price range for the 2018 INFINITI QX60 is $23,994 - $31,998.
The average selling price is $26,777.
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$43,300 - $45,100
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