The big SUV boasts automatic LED headlights, turn signals, fog lamps, as well as taillights. While all three trim levels receive a power moonroof, body-colored running boards, roof rails, and rear privacy glass as standard, the mirror caps gain different finishes based on the selected trim. The base Luxe receives color-coded items, while the mid-spec Premium Select and range-topping Sensory receive black-painted and chrome finishes, respectively. Wheel options also vary based on trim - Luxe models receive 20-inch wheels, while Premium Select and Sensory models are privy to 22-inch dark chrome rims.
The QX80 may not have the presence of an Escalade or Navigator, but the Infiniti strikes back with a sleeker front end - which does manage to hide some of the bulk. Admittedly, not much has changed over the years, so the QX80 isn't as modern-looking as some of its more contemporary rivals. Still, it's distinctive enough and mightily imposing.
The QX80 is a hefty brute, with a curb weight of 5,678 pounds for the Luxe model, while the Premium Select and Sensory are heavier still, at 5,706 and 5,813 lbs, respectively. The towering leviathan measures a lofty 75.8 inches high and has an overall width of 79.9 inches. The Infiniti is particularly lengthy, measuring 210.2 inches long.
The Navigator, which is slightly shorter at 210 inches, actually has a lengthier wheelbase (122.5 inches), besting the older QX80's 121.1 inches. Of course, there is also a Navigator L that trounces the QX80's size. The ground clearance for the Infiniti comes in at 9.2 inches, which trails behind most rivals except for the Mercedes-Benz GLS. When equipped with four-wheel drive, the QX80 is a capable off-roader and boasts approach/departure/breakover angles of 20.9/22.3/20.7.
|Infiniti QX80 Trims||Luxe||Premium Select||Sensory|
|Max Width||79.9 in.||79.9 in.||79.9 in.|
|Length||210.2 in.||210.2 in.||210.2 in.|
|Height||75.8 in.||75.8 in.||75.8 in.|
|Wheelbase||121.1 in.||121.1 in.||121.1 in.|
|Infiniti QX80 Trims||Curb Weight|
|Premium Select||5,706 lbs.|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||20" x 8"|
|Rear Wheel Size||20" x 8"|
All three trim levels are available with eight color choices. Those looking for a vivid hue will be disappointed; most of the available shades are demure. Hermosa Blue, Black Obsidian, Liquid Platinum, and Anthracite Gray are all available at no extra cost, although buyers will have to fork out an extra $695 if Champagne Quartz, Moonstone White, Mineral Black, or Coulis Red is more to their liking. The tasteful assortment of colors suits the QX80 rather well and, while black is a popular choice, the unique red or blue shades will help your vehicle stand out more.