The Infiniti QX60 is in need of an overhaul but won’t get one just yet. The 2020 model is a carryover from the previous model and continues offering three-row, seven-passenger seating in a comfortable package. Infiniti says QX60 is its top-selling model, so the aging design isn’t slowing sales by any measurable amount.
We’ll see a standard power liftgate, power sliding moonroof, and a host of chrome trim on the new QX60. The powertrain will carry over unchanged as well: A 3.5-liter V6 rated at 295 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque. It’s matched with a sport-tuned CVT that Infiniti says can mimic an actual shifting automatic transmission.
Every QX60 will get forward emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind-spot monitors, and predictive forward-collision warnings. There’s also an Around View system that uses four wide-angle cameras to create a birds-eye view of the vehicle.
The QX60 lineup is fairly straightforward. Two trims are available: Pure and Luxe, and each can be upgraded to all-wheel drive for an extra $2,000. Base prices will start at $44,350. Competition comes in the form of the Acura MDX and Buick Enclave.