2029 Infiniti QX60

April 29th, 2019 · Comments Closed · Infiniti

The 2029 Infiniti QX60 Luxury offers premium luxury features and offers the option of adding option packages to enhance technology capabilities and luxury amenities. The Infiniti QX60 2019 Essential and ProAssist packages offer additional helper features, navigation, and more luxurious features. The 2019 Infiniti QX60 has some outstanding features that are ideal for transporting people over long distances.

The large and spacious cabin, a quiet and smooth ride, and leather-adjusted stadium-style seats mean that your family will be as comfortable as possible. The second and third-row seats also give you the flexibility you need to mix passengers and cargo. The 2019 QX60 has some disadvantages. Most importantly, it does not handle as well or gives as much emotional satisfaction as some competing SUVs such as the Acura MDX, the BMW X5, and the Volvo XC90. But if you’re good at it, the Infiniti QX60 should work out well.

2029 Infiniti QX60 Interior

The Infiniti QX60 2019 is exceptionally quiet, the ride is comfortable and the climate control works phenomenally well. Our only complaint is that the seats can use cleaner foam. The front seats are sturdy but still very comfortable. The second row is also not cute, but it offers stadium seats. The third row has a good head and foot room, but adults will get their knees with their chest. The suspension makes the most bumps very good, even when several passengers are being transported. But there is a quiet ride that was unexpected considering the way the QX60 rolls through corners.

2019 Infiniti QX60 Luxe AWD

2019 Infiniti QX60 Luxe AWD

The QX60 2019 model does a good job of isolating road and wind noise. Even on rough pavement, it is easy to have a conversation without increasing your voice. We saw a fine rattle from the dash, turned off the radio, but it was intermittent. The seat coolers are excellent, and the seat heaters are really toasty. There is plenty of cooling and heating capability in the climate system, and there are redundant hard buttons and touchscreen controls for easy use.

2019 Infiniti QX60 Technology

Infiniti is a company that usually pushes the limits on technology, but its infotainment offer in the QX60 falls behind most competitions. Manager tools, however, remain strong. Although the optional navigation system comes with 3D graphics, the system looks slightly dated. It works well, but the brightness of the graphics is a step behind its competition. The optional 13-speaker Evil sound system does not disappoint. Connecting Bluetooth is a bit clunky. It did not automatically connect the phone and audio connections when we tested it with an Android phone, so you need to manually add the Bluetooth Audio connection.

The automatic brake system is unique and works smoothly. It is like a customizable cruise control system without the cruise feature enabled. Blind spot monitoring, front, and rear object detection, and lane deviation warning are available, but in separate packages. The native voting controls are outdated and slow to respond. Pressing the button prompts a menu, but it is harder to make input than with typical infotainment controls. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay will dramatically improve things, but they’re not available.

2019 Infiniti QX60 Engine

The QX60 is the only one available: a 3.5-liter V6 (295 horsepower, 270 pound-feet of torque) connected to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). While we usually keep CVT auto in luxury vehicles, because of their elastic power generation when quickly accelerated, one in the QX60 works pretty well. Overall, this power station is quiet and smooth and lends itself well to its luxury human movement mission.

Each vehicle typically comes in several versions, although trim levels share many aspects. The ratings in this review are based on our complete test of the Infiniti QX60 (3.5L V6, CVT automatic, AWD). The V6 engine is smooth and has a noticeable punch, especially from the midline to the top. It’s also pretty quiet at highway speed. The CVT automatic is smooth and simulates full-speed gear changes, avoiding the unpleasantly long dots at high rpm. A sprint of up to 60 mph takes 7.3 seconds. Although we usually prefer a traditional automatic transmission over a CVT automatic choice, the QX60 is an easy crossover. It is assisted by its linear accelerator and brakes and steering, which is usually light. 2019 Infiniti QX60 Eco mode changes the accelerator pedal to maximize fuel efficiency.