What are the names and differences of the Infiniti SUV models? There are four different SUVs and crossovers in the luxury Nissan lineup. Since every Infiniti model from coupe to full-size SUV starts with the letter “Q,” telling them apart can be confusing. Here is every Infiniti SUV and crossover, along with significant differences.
The most affordable Infiniti crossover SUV, QX50
A crossover with a starting price of just $38,050 is impressive for a luxury brand. It’s the smallest and cheapest of the bunch but doesn’t feel cheap on the inside. The Infiniti QX50 uses a variable compression turbo engine, which the automaker calls a world’s first. It produces 268 horsepower despite being just a 2.0-liter four-cylinder.
The smallest Infiniti SUV is filled with amenities and technology. The modern interior highlights Apple CarPlay integration, ProPILOT Assist technology, and plenty of safety features. Using blind-spot warning and intervention, the Infiniti QX50 does its best to keep drivers and passengers safe.
The all-new Infiniti SUV model, the QX55
Brand new for the 2022 model year, the Infiniti QX55 is a crossover coupe doing everything you could ever want. With a starting MSRP of $46,500, the eye-catching crossover combines immense style and performance. Under the hood, you’ll find a 2.0-liter VC-turbo four-cylinder engine that makes 268 horsepower. The only engine is identical to that of its smaller sibling.
Additionally, every QX55 comes standard with all-wheel drive. Driving in comfort never felt better than inside this Infiniti SUV with its detail-oriented luxury. A Bose 16-speaker sound system echos through the spacious interior cabin wrapped in premium materials.
Everyone’s favorite Infiniti SUV model, the QX60
Previously named the JX35, the QX60 has been roughly the same for a long time. Though it did receive a few exterior and interior redesigns, it falls under the category of “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” The QX60 is the most popular Infiniti SUV due to its luxurious ride and significant interior space. It’s so comfortable; you won’t believe there’s an even bigger Infiniti SUV model.
The QX60 starts at $46,850 but can quickly get a lot more expensive. Thanks to its luxurious ride and beautiful redesign, it was named the “Best Premium SUV” at the 2021 Newsweek Autos Awards. From the 12.3-inch dynamic meter display to the black open-pore ash wood accents, the modernized Infiniti SUV is the definition of luxury.
Hi big brother! The Infiniti QX80 is the largest in the lineup
The biggest drawback of the Infiniti QX80 is its starting price. For the base model of this Infiniti SUV, you’ll need to pay at least $70,600. Fortunately, Infiniti makes it worth your while by loading this full-size family hauler up with everything for which you could ask. The 400 horsepower V8 engine is the only option available, so you can tow, haul, and drive anything and anywhere you’d like.
Inside you’ll find three rows of seats with second-row captain’s chairs, available heating, and a beautiful entertainment system. Dual 8-inch screens on the back of the front seat’s headrest give rear passengers the perfect view. Additionally, onboard Wi-Fi, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a Bose Sound System, and Intelligent-key make the QX80 about as high-tech as it gets.
The Infiniti SUV models range from crossover coupe to a massive full-size family hauler. No matter which model you choose, you’ll get a smooth ride and a luxurious interior. The Japanese automaker goes out of its way to ensure the inside of its vehicles doesn’t have the “cheap” feeling you’ll find elsewhere.