2023 Infiniti QX60


Ranked #4 in Midsize Suv

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Starting MSRP $49,350 Est.
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Key Spec of 2023 Infiniti QX60
fuel economy


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295 hp @ 6400 rpm

basic warranty


ProsConsWhat's New

Plush interior

Poor ride quality

No major changes

Plenty of storage space

Inadequacy of low-end torque

Generous features considering the price

2023 Infiniti QX60 Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: February 18, 2023

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Nathan Dyer 

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The 2023 Infiniti QX60 is a proud member of the mid-size SUV segment, locking horns with cars like the Acura MDX, the Lexus RX 350, and the Audi Q7. Spread across 4 trims, the Infiniti QX60 starts off at a base price of MSRP $47,875 and carries on to $61,375. Its 3.5L V6 engine and 9-Speed Automatic transmission give the SUV 295 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque. With that, it manages a 0-60 of 6.7 seconds and boasts a towing capacity of 6,000 pounds. Moving to fuel economy, the Infiniti QX60 manages to get a combined fuel economy of 22 MPG, which is just average for the class, with most of its rivals reaching similar numbers. It also has a ground clearance of 6.7 inches

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Over All Rating

7.8Out of 10

Notable Rankings

#4 in Midsize Suv

#4 in Midsize Luxury Suv

#7 in Luxury Suv

#11 in Suv

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Pure$49,350 Est. onwards

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Orland Park, IL

2023 Infiniti QX60 SUV

Luxe AWD

Dealer Price
Est. $741/mo
Good deal
$5,351 Below market
RMV: $59,950
Fuel Economy 22.25 mpg
MSRP $60,155
Listed On 07 Dec 2022 (108 Days)
Price Drop, $2448
14 Dec 2022
Libertyville, IL

2023 Infiniti QX60 SUV

Sensory AWD

Dealer Price
Est. $799/mo
Good deal
$5,368 Below market
RMV: $64,220
Fuel Economy 22.25 mpg
MSRP $63,300
Listed On 01 Oct 2022 (174 Days)
Price Drop, $2225
14 Dec 2022
Libertyville, IL

2023 Infiniti QX60 SUV

Luxe AWD

Dealer Price
Est. $747/mo
Good deal
$4,920 Below market
RMV: $59,950
Fuel Economy 22.25 mpg
MSRP $59,255
Listed On 04 Oct 2022 (171 Days)
Houston, TX

2023 Infiniti QX60 SUV

Dealer Price
Est. $777/mo
Good deal
$4,832.5 Below market
RMV: $62,087.5
Fuel Economy N/A
MSRP $57,255
Listed On 19 Sep 2022 (186 Days)
Price Drop, $4717
14 Dec 2022
Libertyville, IL

2023 Infiniti QX60 SUV

Autograph AWD

Dealer Price
Est. $861/mo
Good deal
$5,242 Below market
RMV: $68,725
Fuel Economy 22.25 mpg
MSRP $68,200
Listed On 06 Dec 2022 (109 Days)
Orland Park, IL

2023 Infiniti QX60 SUV

Sensory AWD

Dealer Price
Est. $807/mo
Good deal
$4,721 Below market
RMV: $64,220
Fuel Economy 22.25 mpg
MSRP $65,325
Listed On 09 Dec 2022 (106 Days)
Price Drop, $2263
14 Dec 2022
Libertyville, IL

2023 Infiniti QX60 SUV

Luxe AWD

Dealer Price
Est. $756/mo
Good deal
$4,263 Below market
RMV: $59,950
Fuel Economy 22.25 mpg
MSRP $59,950
Listed On 27 Oct 2022 (148 Days)
Price Drop, $2263
14 Dec 2022
Libertyville, IL

2023 Infiniti QX60 SUV

Luxe AWD

Dealer Price
Est. $756/mo
Good deal
$4,263 Below market
RMV: $59,950
Fuel Economy 22.25 mpg
MSRP $59,950
Listed On 03 Dec 2022 (112 Days)
Price Drop, $2263
14 Dec 2022
Libertyville, IL

2023 Infiniti QX60 SUV

Luxe AWD

Dealer Price
Est. $756/mo
Good deal
$4,263 Below market
RMV: $59,950
Fuel Economy 22.25 mpg
MSRP $59,950
Listed On 20 Sep 2022 (185 Days)

Colors and Styles

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Glacier White

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

For the 2023 model year, Infiniti QX60 keeps the changes minimal and leans forward with its already updated 9-speed automatic transmission, added features and equipment, and updated styling cues for the 2022 year. We expect the QX60 to be available for purchase in the same four trim levels starting off with the base price of MSRP $47,875 and going all the way up to MSRP $61,350 for the range-topping Autograph trim. The Infiniti QX60 SUV continues to lock horns with the Acura MDX, the Audi Q7, and the Volvo XC90.



The 2023 Infiniti QX60 is offered in four trim levels starting off with an expected MSRP of $47,875 for the base Pure trim. Prices go up to an estimated MSRP of $61,350 for the Autograph trim. AWD happens to be optional throughout the trim lineup for an additional $2,000 ($2,900 for the Autograph). QX60 offers an impressive catalog of standard features which includes leather upholstery, Forward collision mitigation, Lane departure warning, Heated front seats with lumbar support, Panoramic moonroof, etc, which does well in justifying the MSRP it is available at.
















Key Features

Leather upholstery

Adds to features of Pure trim

Adds to features of Luxe trim

Adds to features of Sensory trim


Blind-spot monitoring

Adaptive cruise control

Upgraded exterior and interior trim

Adaptive headlights


Panoramic moonroof

360-degree camera system

Upgraded ambient lighting

Second-row captain's chairs


Heated front seats with adjustable lumbar

Front ventilated seats

Massaging front seats and Heated second-row seats

Upgraded leather upholstery


Rear parking sensors

Front parking sensors

Hands-free power-opening rear hatch

Digital rearview mirror


Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration

12.3-inch digital driver's display

17-speaker Bose audio system

10.8-inch head-up display

Apart from the standard features and equipment offered with each trim, Infiniti makes the overall proposition even more luring for customers by adding the optional package to enhance every aspect of the vehicle

Performance Audio package (Luxe only):

  • 17-speaker Bose audio system

Vision package (Luxe and Sensory only):

  • Adaptive headlights
  • 10.8-inch head-up display
  • Digital rearview mirror

Tow package (Sensory AWD only):

  • Transmission oil cooler
  • Tow hitch, receiver, and wiring
  • Trailer sway assist

We Recommend

Each trim of the 2023 Infiniti QX60 comes brings plenty of features and offerings to the table at the cost. Having said that, if you’re in the market looking for an SUV that has all the basic amenities along with some fancy ones, we recommend skipping the Pure and the Luxe trim. The Sensory trim costs an additional $9,475 and counts features like massaging front seats, air purifier, wireless charging, power third-row seatbacks, etc on top of everything standard on lower trims. This trim also features an optional Vision package for added convenience at an additional cost of $1,500.

Release Date

The 2023 Infiniti QX60 is expected to be released and hit the dealership floors in the fall 2022. 

Engine and Performance


Under the hood of the 2023 Infiniti QX60 sits the same 3.5L V6 which has been sticking around for 6 years now. This powertrain puts out 295 horsepower and a healthy 270 lb-ft of torque. This engine is mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission upgraded in 2022 year. The SUV now gets a better overall driving range compared to the outgoing generation. 

As for the driving performance, the 2023 QX60 can run past the 60 MPH mark from a standstill in estimated 7.3 seconds. The quarter-mile run should take approximately 15.3 seconds which is a mediocre figure for the class with rivals achieving similar results.


2023 Infiniti QX60

2023 Audi Q7

2023 Acura MDX

2023 Volvo XC90 B5


$47,875 (expected)

$58,200 (expected)




3.5L V6

2.0L turbocharged Inline-4

3.5L V6

2.0L turbocharged inline-4







9-speed automatic

8-speed automatic

10-speed automatic

8-speed shiftable automatic

Power (hp)

295 hp @ 6,400 rpm

261 hp @ 5,000 rpm

290 hp @ 6,200 rpm

248 hp @ 5,400 rpm

Torque (lb.-ft)

270 lb.-ft @ 4,800 rpm

273 lb.-ft @ 1,600 rpm

267 lb.-ft @ 4,700 rpm

258 lb.-ft @ 1,800 rpm

0-60 MPH 

7.1 seconds

6.7 seconds

6.4 seconds

7.5 seconds


15.3 seconds

13.7 seconds

15.1 seconds

15.7 seconds

Top Speed (MPH)

120 MPH

130 MPH

120 MPH

112 MPH

Towing Capacity

3,500 lbs

4,400 lbs

3,500 lbs

5,000 lbs

As evident from the table above, the 2023 Audi Q7 shines bright for its impressive 0-60 and best in the class quarter mile timings. The Acura MDX on the other hand also doesn’t shy away from its best 0-60 MPH time however isn’t able to achieve the same feat for the quarter-mile run. The Infiniti here appears sitting in the middle of the class with its mediocre acceleration for which the overall curb weight of 4,393 pounds could be held responsible. The last crossing the line is the Volvo which for the record is the second most expensive SUV here after Q7. 

2023 Infiniti QX60 Ride and Handling

The 2023 QX60 being a carry-forward version of the previous year doesn’t offer a scalable difference in the overall driving dynamics. With that being said, the SUV definitely feels heavier around the corners, especially when equipped with the optional AWD. The gas pedal on the other hand does feel light and responds well to even the slightest of inputs. What sets it below the rivals in this segment is its slow responding transmission and substantial road and engine noise at higher speeds. 

2023 Infiniti QX60 Braking Performance

With a top of 120 MPH, the Infiniti does well for the braking characteristics. All thanks to the 13.78 inches of ventilated discs at the front which are complimented with the dual-piston calipers. At the rear, QX60 gets 13 inches of ventilated discs with a single-piston caliper. All this helps this Infiniti come to a complete halt from 60 MPH in approximately 128 feet. Features such as 4-wheel ABS and Electronic Brake Force Distribution are also offered as standard for added safety and driver assistance.


2023 Infiniti QX60

2023 Audi Q7

2023 Acura MDX

2023 Volvo XC90

Brake Rotors (front) (in)

13.78 in

14.8 in

13.8 in

13.6 in

Brake Rotors (rear) (in)

12.99 in

13.8 in

13 in

12.6 in

Curb Weight (lbs)

4,393 lbs

4,806 lbs

4,271 lbs

4,497 lbs

60-0 (-ft)

128 ft




While the official figures are yet to revealed for the 2023 iterations of Q7 and XC90, we could still conclude the Q7 to hold the most brake bite, owing to its biggest discs and standard AWD in this class. The QX60 also as noted falls shorter than the Acura here by a good 10 feet of braking distance when decelerated from a 60 MPH speed. 

Fuel Economy


With no significant changes in the powertrain and outputs, the 2023 version of the QX60 is estimated to offer 21 MPG in the city and 26 MPG on the highway. The combined fuel economy stays at a consistent 23 MPG. It’s worth noting that after the generation change, the overall highway driving range has reduced to 481 miles from 507 miles because of the reduction in the fuel tank size.


2023 Infiniti QX60

2023 Audi Q7

2023 Acura MDX

2023 Volvo XC90

MPG (city)





MPG (highway)





MPG (combined)





Fuel capacity (gallons)

18.5 gallons




Range (City, highway, combined, in miles)

388/481/439 mi

450/562/511 mi

351/481/422 mi

413/526/475 mi

The Infiniti among the rivals puts out quite an impressive combined fuel economy numbers. To put things in perspective, the Deutsche and Japanese counterparts offer 22 MPG combined whereas the Volvo offers the best in class 25 MPG, all thanks to its mild hybrid powertrain. In city driving, the QX60 only falls 1 MPG short from the XC90 and gets 2 MPGs more than the Acura. 



The 2023 Infiniti QX60 feels quite refreshed and airy on the inside and can be counted as one of its strengths. With enough cabin storage compartments, standard leather upholstery, heated steering and front seats, adjustable lumbar support at the front, and a capacity to seat 7 people, there isn’t much that is left out from the standard package. 

As one moves up the trim scale, the standard set of amenities swells considerably. If heated and ventilated front seats are desired, one has to skip the base and consider the second-in-line Luxe trim. Likewise, the range-topping Autograph is the only trim that offers second-row captain’s chair seats with upgraded leather upholstery and a removable center console. 



2023 Infiniti QX60

2023 Audi Q7

2023 Acura MDX

2023 Volvo XC90

Passenger Capacity





First Row (Head/shoulder/legroom)





Second Row (Head/shoulder/legroom)





Third Row (Head/shoulder/legroom)





Cargo Capacity to the third row(cu.-ft)

14.5 cu.-ft

14.2 cu.-ft

18.1 cu.-ft

12.6 cu.-ft

Evident from the dimensions given in the table, the Infiniti provides the most leg and headroom in the first row followed by the Audi. Things however take a turn for the second row where the QX60 offers 37.7 inches of legroom as opposed to 38.8 inches on the Q7 and 38.5 inches on the MDX. The third-row spacing as well doesn’t favor the QX60 where it gets the least amount of legroom standing at 28 inches. Coming to cargo space, the Infiniti along with all the bells and whistles puts out a decent 14.5 cubic feet of cargo room. The Volvo stands last with its 12.6 cubic feet of cargo space as opposed to Acura’s 18.1 cubic feet which is the best in class here.

Some of the key interior features available with the 2023 Infiniti QX60 include:

  • 8-way power-adjustable front seats with multi-level heating
  • Leather upholstery
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Panoramic moonroof
  • Three-zone climate control

How intuitive is the 2023 Infiniti QX60’s infotainment system?

The 2023 Infiniti QX60 features an unchanged 12.3-inch center touchscreen with 9 total speakers as standard. This unit gets features like Apple Carplay (wireless), Android Auto (wired), Auxiliary audio input and USB with external media control, Satellite radio with 3 months of subscription included, etc. There is also a 17-speaker Bose audio system standard on Sensory and above trims and optional on the Luxe. 

Some of the most notable infotainment features available with the 2023 Infiniti QX60 include:

  • Navigation system
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration
  • Satellite Radio
  • WiFi Hotspot
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • 17-speaker Bose audio system (standard on Sensory and Autograph)


For the 2023 year, the QX60 hosts a same design and styling approach. With a major revamp in 2022, the Infiniti now looks even more distinctive than ever. The headlights of the SUV had been honed and the body lines were made more prominent. The Infiniti emblem as well has seen some shift in its position. From the yesteryear generation, the SUV now happens to be wider and taller, however, has shredded off 2 inches in the overall length.

The 2023 QX60 comes with a wheelbase of 114.2 inches, a standing height of 69.7 inches, and an overall height of 86.0 inches with side mirrors. The SUV weighs 4,393 and 4,555 pounds for the FWD and AWD models respectively. All things considered, the QX60 looks meaner and more aggressive than how it looked in its first generation. 


2023 Infiniti QX60

2023 Audi Q7

2023 Acura MDX

2023 Volvo XC90

Curb Weight (lbs)

4,393 lbs

4,806 lbs

4,271 lbs

4,497 lbs

Length (in.)





Width (in.)





Height (in.)





Ground Clearance (in.)





Wheelbase (in.)





The figures above speak for the Q7 and XC90 with their longer wheelbases which in turn helps in the straight-line stability. Also, worth noting is the least amount of ground clearance of the QX60 on offer which might not inspire confidence when driving over speed bumps or unpaved roads.

Some standout exterior features include:

  • 18-inch wheels (20-inch on Luxe and above)
  • Hands-free power-opening rear hatch (Sensory and above)
  • Black roof with black roof rails (Autograph)
  • Chrome plated fog lights



This generation of Infiniti QX60 is yet to be tested by the NHTSA however to ease the skepticism, it received an overall 5-star rating for the 2020 model year. The IIHS on the other hand has rated the 2022 model year “Good” for all of its parameters which not to mention make the 2023 model look promising in the safety department.

Some of the safety features include:

  • Blind-spot monitoring
  • Lane departure warning
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • Rear automatic braking
  • Forward collision mitigation
  • Adaptive cruise control (Luxe and above)
  • Lane-keeping system (Luxe and above)


2023 Infiniti QX60 vs 2023 Audi Q7

With almost a difference of $10k, the 2023 Audi Q7, no brainer is a more driver-centric SUV among the two. It beats the Infiniti head-on in acceleration and quarter-mile runs here. The QX60 however serves well for what it’s made and delivers practicality and better fuel economy at a much more competitive price tag. Long story short, Q7 makes sense if you’re interested in something that yells performance in every rev. On the other hand, the QX60 makes good use of the price and looks promising enough for a family SUV with decent driving dynamics. 

2023 Infiniti QX60 vs 2023 Acura MDX

Both SUVs not far from each other adopt a more opulent appeal inside out to lure buyers in. The 2023 Acura MDX rises above with more room for occupants in the second and third rows along with a cut above driving dynamics. Talking about the cargo space, the MDX happens to nail that just right and stays at the top of the segment there. Adding to this, MDX also happens to pack better brake bite with shorter braking distance and more ground clearance. However, the QX60 doesn’t lose it all and offers better fuel economy with more optional packages and equipment than its Japanese counterpart at quite an attractive price. 

2023 Infiniti QX60 vs 2023 Volvo XC90

The 2023 Volvo XC90 being a dearer option among the two doesn’t practically have anything to bring to the table. It happens to be slower and lacks practical cargo room compared to its rivals. Things however turn around when it comes to fuel economy and third-row spacing. Volvo happens to offer the best in class fuel economy because of its mild-hybrid system. It also offers the most legroom in the third row in all four SUVs. Taking it just right, the QX60 appears inches above its Swedish counterpart because of its thrifty price tag and better driving dynamics. However, if the driver's assistance, comfort, and convenience are in question, the XC90 is a pretty good option in this segment.

Final Verdict

The 2023 Infiniti QX60 wraps up the competition with its most competitive price tag and a decent set of standard features and equipment. The QX60 doesn’t lag in the driving performance as well however there are rivals that outmatch the Japanese SUV effortlessly. Putting things in an uncomplicated manner, the QX60 offers a perfect blend of everything put in just the right proportions. Likewise, the Acura has it all however proves to be improvident when it comes to fuel economy. The Audi makes most sense if driving dynamics and performance are your key requirements. The Volvo should be a bonzer proposition for fuel consumption, better bells and whistles, and towing capabilities.


vehicle bio

base price$49350

body styledr SUV

engine type

displacement213 cu in

horse power295 hp @ 6400 rpm

torque270 lb.-ft. @ 4800 rpm

transmission9 -speed Automatic w/OD


length198.2 in

wheelbase114.2 in

width78 in

curb weight4393 lbs

height69.7 in

ground clearance6.7 in


passenger volume140.6 cu ft

cargo volume75.4 cu ft

passenger capacity7 Seats

fuel economy

city/combined/highway21/23/26 mpg

Infiniti QX60 5 year Cost To Own

Cash Price(MSRP)
5 Year Cost To Own
Total 5 year Cost To Own -  $67,150
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5total
Financing Interest$2,423$1,949$1,443$902$327$7,044
Taxes and Fees$3,750$268$244$224$201$4,687
Total Cost-To-Own$21,714$11,429$10,090$11,950$11,967$67,150
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