Having been substantially refreshed for the 2022 model year, the QX60 boasts handsome styling and has all-LED exterior lights from the base model, including digital piano-key signature DRLs. Pure trims are the entry-spec variants, equipped with 18-inch alloy wheels, power exterior mirrors with integrated turn signals and a power-folding mechanism, and a power panoramic moonroof. Luxe models have 20-inch alloy wheels and auto-dimming outside mirrors, while the top two trims get model-specific 20-inch wheel designs, bodyside moldings with added chrome accents, front/rear chrome under guards, and a motion-activated liftgate. The Autograph we had on test is the only model to come with a black roof and an adaptive front lighting system with an auto-leveling function as standard.
As the second-biggest SUV in the Infiniti stable, the QX60's dimensions reflect its midsize classification. Length is 198.2 inches, with a wheelbase of 114.2 inches and a width of 86 inches (including mirrors). It stands 69.7 inches tall. Ground clearance is 6.7 inches across the range, while approach, breakover, and departure angles are 15, 15.5, and 22.5 degrees, respectively.
Curb weights vary depending on drivetrain and trim, with the FWD Pure models being the lightest at 4,393 pounds. The heftiest model is the AWD Autograph, weighing in at 4,657 lbs.
|Infiniti QX60 Trims||PURE||LUXE||SENSORY||AUTOGRAPH|
|Max Width||78 in.||78 in.||78 in.||78 in.|
|Length||198.2 in.||198.2 in.||198.2 in.||198.2 in.|
|Height||69.7 in.||69.7 in.||69.7 in.||69.7 in.|
|Wheelbase||114.2 in.||114.2 in.||114.2 in.||114.2 in.|
|Infiniti QX60 Trims||Curb Weight|
|PURE||4,393 - 4,548 lbs.|
|LUXE||4,440 - 4,595 lbs.|
|SENSORY||4,468 - 4,623 lbs.|
|AUTOGRAPH||4,457 - 4,657 lbs.|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||18" x 8"|
|Rear Wheel Size||18" x 8"|
There are five colors available for the Pure this year, these being Liquid Platinum, Graphite Shadow, Glacier White, Mineral Black, and Grand Blue. The last two colors carry an additional charge of $695. Last year's extra-cost Mocha Almond has been discontinued. Luxe adds Warm Titanium and Majestic white (both $695) and Deep Bordeaux ($900), but deletes Liquid Platinum and Glacier White. To the Luxe's palette, the Sensory adds Moonbow Blue for $695, while Warm Titanium becomes a no-cost color on this trim.
Finally, the Autograph gets an exclusive two-tone paint option by contrasting a Black Obsidian roof with certain colors: Black with Graphite Shadow is free, but the combinations with Warm Titanium, Moonbow Blue, Majestic White, or Grand Blue cost $695, and the Deep Bordeaux and Black Obsidian pairing is priced at $900. The Moonbow color on our test car generated much praise during the week. If the two-tone look isn't to your taste, Mineral Black is the only single-tone color choice for the Autograph at $695.