2015 Infiniti QX60

The 2015 Infiniti QX60 is a utility three-row crossover, more luxurious and equipped than its predecessor, Infiniti JX. Vehicle is going to compete with Nissan Pathfinder, and it is never closer to its archrival. These two models looks pretty similar, so it is certain that designers of new Infiniti QX60 took Pathfinder as its matrix.

2015 Infiniti QX60

2015 Infiniti QX60 engine

The 2015 Infiniti QX60 comes in two drivetrain options to choose – petrol or hybrid. Hybrid QX60 combines 2.5-l supercharged four-cylinder engine with 15-kilowatt battery. This combo is equipped with Nissan’s Direct Response Hybrid technology, with clutches on electric motor which provides continuously variable automatic transmission. Finally, this mix is capable to deliver 250 hp and combined fuel economy of 26 mpg. Petrol drivetrain is carried over. It will be 3.5-l V6 with CVT and output of 265 hp. Front-wheel drive system is base option, while AWD is available as upgrade.

2015 Infiniti QX60

2015 Infiniti QX60 styling

Sleek and stylish hoods and accents make new 2015 QX60 to look really modern. It will be seven-seated crossover with a long hood which reminds us on some minivans. Inside, there is enough room for all passengers and driver, upholstery will add some luxurious and high-class feeling. Three rows of seats can take up to seven persons, while third row could be folded and enlarge cargo space. First two rows are more comfortable for adults, while third one better suits to children.

2015 Infiniti QX60 safety

Safety systems of new Infiniti QX60 will be upgraded. These additions includes Backup Collision Intervention system. It is system which watches objects that approach from side and rear end while you drive new Infiniti QX60 reverse. All objects up to about 5 mph or cross-traffic approaching up to 15 mph are detected and it warns driver. Also, car features Lane Departure Warning and Around View Monitor as features in base models of 2015 QX60.

2015 Infiniti QX60

2015 Infiniti QX60 price

Price of the 2015 Infiniti QX60 won’t change a lot from its predecessor’s, Infiniti JX. Few features will be carried over, and we expect $45.000 tag for start. Also, there will be many upgrades available, including additional safety and infotainment systems. Hybrid version of the 2015 QX60 will cost around $3.000 more than petrol vehicle.

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