The Infiniti SUV lineup consists of three models: QX50, QX60, and QX80). Regardless of the model selected, drivers can look forward to a modern SUV that deftly combines tech, performance, and safety. Whether you're in the market for a new family SUV or you're in the market for a versatile personal vehicle, there's likely at least one new Infiniti model configuration that's suited to your driving needs!


Slotting in as the smallest SUV in the Infiniti SUV lineup, the QX50 offers driver an excellent compact SUV option that boasts a deceptively powerful engine and a robust selection of tech and comfort features. The QX50 is available in five trim levels (Pure, Luxe, Essential, Sensory, and Autograph) with all trim levels being powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4 engine (268 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque). The QX50 manages plenty of available performance capability with an available all-wheel drive configuration (front-wheel drive is standard). The QX50 puts an emphasis on safety by including a standard set of driver assistance features with all trim levels. The base Pure trim includes predictive forward collision warning, rear automatic braking, blind-spot monitor, lane-departure warning, forward emergency braking with pedestrian detection, high-beam assist, rear parking sensors, and rear cross-traffic alert. Moving to the interior of the vehicle, the QX50 includes Apple CarPlay/Android Auto connectivity, dual-zone automatic climate control, and 8-way-power front seats. With five trim levels to consider, though, the interior options only increase. Drivers can look forward to notable available interior features like heated front seats, a 360-degree camera, a Bose sound system, a heated steering wheel, a head-up display, tri-zone automatic climate control, and an available Autograph White Leather package.


While the Q50 boasts plenty of interior and comfort features, there's no getting around the size of the vehicle. If you require seating for more than five passengers, the QX60 might better suit your needs. The QX60 offers seating for up to seven passengers along with a more spacious cabin. Powering the roomy QX60 is a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 295 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque (295 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque). The engine works with a continuously variable transmission and standard front-wheel drive (all-wheel drive is available). The QX60 also greatly reduces trim level options (compared to the QX50), offering up two trims. The base Pure trim comes laden with impressive interior features. Leatherette-trimmed seats, a six-speaker audio system, a power moonroof, heated front seats, tri-zone automatic climate control, and an eight-inch touchscreen all come standard. Moving to the top-tier Luxe trim allows drivers to enjoy an even more luxurious set of interior features, including heated/ventilated front seats, heated second-row seats, leather-trimmed seats, and a 15-speaker Bose sound system. The Luxe also includes a heated steering wheel.


The QX80 is far and away the largest SUV in the Infiniti SUV lineup. While it only increases seating capacity over the QX60 by a single seat, the QX80 boasts a far more spacious cabin and rear cargo storage area. The QX80 also offers up a powerful 5.6-liter V8 engine that manages 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque (standard rear-wheel drive and works with a seven-speed automatic transmission). The QX80 features two trim choices (Luxe and Limited), boasting a lavish spread of interior features regardless of the trim selected. The base Luxe trim includes leather-trimmed seats, tri-zone automatic climate control, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto connectivity, navigation functionality, and a moonroof. The Luxe also includes a 13-speaker Bose premium sound system. If the base Luxe trim is a bit sparse for your taste, then the available Limited trim might be a better option. The Limited trim includes standard all-wheel drive along with a variety of packages (ProAssist Package, Theatre Package, and Sensory Package). The ProAssist Package includes a host of driver assistance and performance additions while the Sensory Package adds in comfort and tech changes (17-speaker Bose sound system, heated second-row seats, and quilted leather seats). The Theatre package adds dual eight-inch rear screens and wireless headphones and a remote.

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