With all of the features of the 2.0t Pure, the Luxe variant is also available in either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive and includes a few more luxurious touches and features such as power sliding, tinted moonroof, chrome bumper finishers, and maple wood interior trim and 18-inch alloy wheels. All-season run-flat tires and HomeLink universal transceiver are standard on this model, and it can be further upgraded through two packages. It’s more luxurious, but really only serves as a platform through which to equip the base derivative with a series of options packages.
Trunk Protector, All-Season Floor Mats (PIO)
Carpeted Trunk Mat, Cargo Net, First Aid Kit (PIO)
active pedal, Blind Spot Warning, Front & Rear Parking Sensors, Back-Up Collision Intervention, rear cross traffic alert, Predictive Forward Collision Warning (PFCW), Forward Emergency Braking, Around View Monitor w/Moving Object Detection
Driver Seat Power Lumbar, Heated Steering Wheel, 60/40 Split-Folding Rear Seats, center armrest pass-thru, INFINITI InTouch Navigation System, lane guidance and 3-D building graphics, INFINITI InTouch Services including 6 months of safety, security and convenience services, SiriusXM Traffic including real-time traffic information (4 years free service), voice recognition for navigation functions, including 1 shot voice destination entry, Heated Front Seats