Infiniti’s QX60 SUV enters the 2023 model year largely unchanged after a complete redesign for 2022. The only major difference from the previous model is that, like all 2023 Infinitis, the 2023 QX60 now comes with the Infiniti Premium Care maintenance plan. The QX60 will start at $50,395 for the base front-wheel-drive Pure model (all prices include a $1,195 destination fee), and every 2023 trim level costs at least $2,420 more than a 2022.
Infiniti Premium Care is a three-year maintenance program that covers scheduled maintenance such as inspections, oil changes, tire rotations, brake fluid changes and cabin air filter replacement, as well as tire repair or replacement and (depending on the model) rental car assistance.
Beyond the standard maintenance plan, the QX60 comes standard with the carryover 295-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 and nine-speed automatic transmission, FWD, a 12.3-inch touchscreen display with wireless Apple CarPlay and wired Android Auto smartphone connectivity, heated front seats, and leather upholstery for the first and second rows. Optional all-wheel drive costs $2,000 on the Pure, Luxe and Sensory, and adds $2,900 to the range-topping Autograph.
The 2023 QX60 is on sale now, and full pricing is below:
- Pure: $50,395 ($2,520 increase over 2022)
- Luxe: $56,445 ($2,520 increase)
- Sensory: $59,795 ($2,420 increase)
- Autograph: $63,795 ($2,420 increase)
The QX60’s prices are competitive with other near-luxury SUVs including the Acura MDX and Lexus RX. The 2023 MDX starts at just over $50,000, while the 2022 RX is just under $50,000 (we don’t yet have pricing for the redesigned 2023 RX).