Infiniti may have changed names on its entire 2014 lineup, but beyond the name changes, the SUV models are mostly unchanged, except for the addition of a hybrid model to the QX60 (formerly JX) line. Pricing on 2014 QX70 models (formerly the FX37 and FX50) are unchanged from the 2013 models, with the rear-drive QX70 3.7 carrying a manufacturer's suggested retail price of $45,945, including $995 destination, the AWD QX70 3.7 going for $47,395, and the V-8-powered QX70 5.0 AWD selling for $62,495. The JX/QX60 was first introduced as a 2013 model, the brand's first front-drive crossover.
The current-generation FX/QX70 has been on sale since the 2009 model year. No word yet on if the new QX70 will get the Sebastian Vettel treatment like its predecessor.
Pricing for the non-hybrid QX60 models go up $300 over the equivalent 2013 JX35 models respectively, with the front-drive QX60 starting at $42,545, and the AWD QX60 for $43,945. Pricing for the 2014 QX60 Hybrid will be announced at a later date. Pricing has also not yet been announced for the QX50 (formerly EX37) or the QX80 full-size SUV (formerly QX56). We previously covered the detail changes to Infiniti's 2014 SUV lineup in this article.