2022 Infiniti QX55 Is Way More Expensive Than The QX50

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The range-topping model's MSRP is over $50,000.

The 2022 Infiniti QX55 coupe SUV debuted last November as a more stylish alternative to the QX50. Essentially, this is Infiniti's answer to the BMW X4, while the QX50 is the luxury automaker's equivalent to the X3. At the time, it wasn't clear how much more expensive the QX55 will be than its QX50 sibling. Well, now we know,

Infiniti has announced pricing details for its new coupe SUV - and there's a significant price premium.

Arriving in US dealerships this April, the Infiniti QX55 will carry an MSRP of $46,500 excluding destination and handling charges. This makes it around $9,000 more expensive than the entry-level QX50 Pure trim, which starts at $37,250. Reservations for the QX55 are also now open ahead of its spring debut.

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Three model trims for the QX55 are available: Luxe, Essential, and Sensory. Standard equipment in the base Luxe trim includes 20-inch wheels, a power-sliding tinted glass moonroof, heated front seats, dark aluminum interior trim accents, and active noise cancellation. It's also equipped with a slew of active safety assists including forward emergency braking with pedestrian detection, rear automatic braking, predictive forward collision warning, high beam assist, lane departure warning, blind spot warning, and rear cross-traffic alert. Every trim comes equipped with a dual-screen infotainment screen featuring an eight-inch upper and seven-inch lower touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay support.

Moving up the range, the mid-tier Essential trim adds an Infiniti InTouch navigation system, leather-appointed perforated seats, climate-controlled front seats, surround view camera with object detection, a heated steering wheel and a Bose sound system with 16 speakers. Opting for this trim increases the MSRP to $51,600.

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Topping the range is the Sensory trim. Starting at $57,050, this trim adds semi-aniline leather-seats, natural open-pore wood trim accents, tri-zone automatic climate control, a motion-activated liftgate, and interior ambient lighting. All prices exclude the destination and handling charge. An available ProAssist Package adds LED headlights, an adaptive front lighting system, and additional driver assists including intelligent cruise control, distance control assist, blind spot intervention, and lane departure prevention. A ProActive Package includes traffic sign recognition, direct adaptive steering, and a head-up display.

Regardless of the trim, every Infiniti QX55 is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine producing 268 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque, paired with a continuously variable transmission with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters and a manual mode.

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