INFINITI QX60 Models and QX60 History

One year after its premiere in the Infiniti line-up as the JX35, the three-row crossover vehicle had been rebranded the QX60 for 2014. The luxury-oriented seven-passenger vehicle touts versatility as well as economy. Featuring an unusual powertrain layout for modern Infiniti vehicles, a 265-horsepower 3.5-liter V-6 engine matched with a continuously variable transmission. Most attractively offered with optional all-wheel drive, the QX60 is also one of the only Infiniti models available with front-wheel drive as a lower cost choice. Leather upholstery with eight-way power front seats, tri-zone automatic temperature control, Bluetooth connectivity and six-speaker audio system comes standard on all 2014 Infiniti QX60 crossovers. Along with the 3.5-liter V-6 powered model, a hybrid gasoline/electric-propelled version of the premium crossover was all-new for 2014. Offered with either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, the Infiniti QX60 Hybrid combined 2.5-liter supercharged gasoline engine and 15 kilowatt electric motor generates a net output of 250 horsepower. Average fuel economy for the hybrid premium crossover is 26 miles per gallon. A revised continuously variable transmission incorporating an enhanced D-step shift logic system was adopted by the 2015 QX60.


New and Used QX60 Prices, INFINITI QX60 Model Years and History

With room for seven and a long list of standard luxury options and tech features, it’s no wonder the Infiniti QX60 is one of the top SUVs on the market.
The luxurious and large QX60 by Infiniti delivers all the creature comforts you’d expect.
Seating for seven, a smooth ride, gorgeous interior and exterior, and a long list of amenities truly make the QX60 by Infiniti stand out from the SUV pack.
Replacing the JX, the 2014 Infiniti QX60 is a mid-size luxury SUV available in standard and hybrid trim levels.