The NHTSA has not performed a full Infiniti QX60 safety review for 2023, with no overall rating but only a slightly disappointing four stars out of five for the frontal impact and a full five stars for the side impact. The IIHS has conducted a full review of the latest QX60, awarding it top scores of Good for all crashworthiness tests, and finding the standard crash-mitigation systems to be Superior. This was enough to bag the 2022 model a Top Safety Pick+ award. As this is a family car, it's also worth noting that the IIHS feels the LATCH child seat anchor system is particularly user-friendly and effective in the QX60.
NHTSA safety ratings are not available at this time.
Keeping occupants safe is prioritized by means of dual-stage front airbags, front passenger side-impact airbags, front passenger knee airbags, and roof-mounted curtain airbags for all rows. The Autograph gets a front central seat-mounted airbag. The expected ABS, EBD, and tire pressure monitoring systems are all in place, and a rearview camera is fitted.
In terms of driver aids, the base models come with cruise control, rear parking sensors, blind-spot warning, predictive forward collision warning, high beam assist, automatic collision notification, forward-emergency braking with pedestrian detection, rear auto braking, rear cross-traffic alert, and lane-departure warning with haptic feedback on the steering wheel. Luxe models get ProPILOT assist, a surround-view monitor with moving-object detection, intelligent cruise control, front parking sensors, and traffic-sign recognition. Blind-spot intervention and lane departure prevention are also standard from this level. Opting for the Sensory adds front pre-crash seat belts. Finally, the top-spec Autograph trim gets a 10.8-inch head-up display and a smart rearview mirror.
|Infiniti QX60 Trims||PURE||LUXE||SENSORY||AUTOGRAPH|
|Rear Parking Aid||S||S||S||S|
|Blind Spot Monitor||S||S||S||S|
|Lane Departure Warning||S||S||S||S|
|Lane Keeping Assist||N/A||S||S||S|
|Tire Pressure Monitor||S||S||S||S|
At the time of writing, the 2023 iteration was recall-free. The 2022 model was only recalled once for a missing bolt on the second row's seat track. J.D. Power has not provided any ratings for the 2023 QX60, but the 2022 models scored 72 out of 100 for quality and reliability, which is quite a lot worse than the previous-generation 2020 model's score of 81. We're hoping these are just new-model teething trouble and that reliability will return to form.
For peace of mind, Infiniti covers new QX60 SUVs with a limited warranty of four years or 60,000 miles and a six-year/70,000-mile powertrain warranty in the US.