2023 INFINITI QX60 Review, Ratings, Specs, Prices, and Photos

What kind of vehicle is the 2023 Infiniti QX60? What does it compare to?

The QX60 is a luxury three-row crossover SUV with a well-equipped interior. Shop it against the Buick Enclave, the Acura MDX, and its Nissan Pathfinder platform mate. 

Is the 2023 Infiniti QX60 a good SUV?

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With its family-friendly interior and good set of driver-assistance tech, the 2023 QX60 rates highly. It’s a 6.7 out of 10 on the TCC scale. (Read more about how we rate cars.)

What’s new for the 2023 Infiniti QX60?

For 2023, the QX60 gains three years of free maintenance and a wireless charging pad. 

Mechanically similar to the Nissan Pathfinder, the QX60 largely takes off where its sibling ends at a smidge over $50,000. Its stately, conservative lines have a rugged edge with the unpainted fender flares and lower cladding. Otherwise, standard Infiniti cues such as the big grille and high-mounted, narrow headlights carry over.

Inside, the QX60 inches ahead of the Pathfinder with an elegant design including a tablet-style touchscreen and a wide range of paint hues. There’s a lot of Nissan to its switches and buttons, though. That’s something that we can’t say for Cadillac and Audi compared to their mainstream Chevy and VW siblings.

The QX60 makes use of a 3.5-liter V-6 to hustle 295 hp to the front or all four wheels via a 9-speed automatic transmission. Plenty of sound deadening and soft suspension tuning help the QX60 feel more refined than the Pathfinder, though just 23 mpg combined in front-drive form disappoints. A hybrid or even a turbo-4 would make a big difference here.

On the flip side, the spacious cabin offers terrific seating in rows one and two, with decent space for passengers in the third row. A booster or child seat can stay in place in row two when pushed forward for access to the third row, too. Cargo space could be better, but nearly 42 cubic feet behind row two still bests smaller SUVs or sedans. 

Standard safety tech includes automatic emergency braking front and rear, lane-departure warnings, and blind-spot monitors, while the ProPilot Assist system that allows for short stints of hands-free driving at higher speeds comes on higher trims. 

How much does the 2023 Infiniti QX60 cost?

A price hike this year makes the QX60 less of a value than before. It starts at $50,395, plus $2,000 for all-wheel drive. 

We’d skip the base trim for at least the $56,500-or-so Luxe with its driver-assistance tech and surround-view camera system, or we’d step up to $60,000 Sensory that lives up to our luxury expectations with its wood trim and Bose audio. 

Where is the 2023 Infiniti QX60 made?

In Smyrna, Tennessee.

(With Inputs from highgearmedia)

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