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2023 Infiniti QX60’s Starting Price Rises Up to $1,350

According to information provided by Infiniti on Thursday, the three-row SUV version of the 2023 Infiniti QX60 will remain largely identical, with the exception of a price increase of $1,350. The brand’s best-selling product, which will be redesigned for 2022, will now set customers back $50,395, which includes a destination fee of $1,195.

2023 Infiniti QX60 Price Hikes

In addition to the standard warranty of four years or 60,000 miles that is offered on all 2023 models, Infiniti will now include Premium Care, which is a comprehensive planned maintenance package that includes several services, including oil changes and tire rotations. The duration of Premium Care is either three years or a certain number of miles, which varies depending on the model. For the QX60, the limit is 30,000 miles.

2023 Infiniti QX60's Starting Price Rises Up to $1,350

In addition, a wireless charging pad for mobile devices is included as standard equipment on all four trim levels of the well-appointed crossover SUV. Each and every QX60 is driven forward by the front wheels via a 9-speed automated transmission and is powered by a 3.5-liter V-6 engine. There is an option for all-wheel drive on every model, although in most cases it costs an additional $2,000.

The entry-level Pure model comes standard with 18-inch alloy wheels, a panoramic sunroof, heated front seats, a 12.3-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay (Android Auto requires a cord), and the newly standard wireless smartphone charger. Other available features include a heated steering wheel and heated rear seats. Included in the list of standard safety equipment are automatic high lights, blind-spot monitors, emergency braking on both the front and the rear of the vehicle, and lane departure warnings.

2023 Infiniti QX60's Starting Price Rises Up to $1,350

The Luxe grade comes in at a price of $56,445, which is an increase of $1,350 from the previous grade. It comes with wheels measuring up to 20 inches in diameter, a digital instrument cluster measuring 12.3 inches in size, a surround-view camera system, metallic accents, and adaptive cruise control that can resume itself after a 30-second pause without the need for the driver to take any action.

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The $59,795 The Sensory package upgrades the inside of the vehicle by including features such as a leather-wrapped steering wheel, front seats that massage the driver and front passenger, heated rear seats, ash wood trim, a hands-free liftgate, and a Bose 17-speaker sound system.

2023 Infiniti QX60's Starting Price Rises Up to $1,350

The pricing structure is a mess for the top-tier Autograph trim. The price of the all-wheel-drive model is now $63,795, which is a rise of $1,250 compared to the previous year. However, the AWD version now costs $2,900 rather than $2,000, which results in a price increase of $2,150. It comes with all of the most luxurious features that Infiniti has to offer, such as a black roof, quilted semi-aniline leather upholstery, second-row captain’s chairs, and a head-up display that is 10.8 inches in size.

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