Known previously as the JX35 before Infiniti made the jump to the QX-based nomenclature for SUVs, the QX60 is the company’s midsize crossover. If you are looking for a sporty and engaging crossover, start looking elsewhere. But if you’re looking for a roomy, comfortable, seven-passenger SUV that will reliably take the whole family on a journey to wherever, the QX60 is definitely worth a look. The ride is properly supple on even the optional 20-inch wheels, a 15-speaker Bose sound system sounds great, a rear panoramic sunroof provides a great ambience, and two 7-inch monitors in the back of the front headrest make sure everyone is entertained. For those conscious about their fuel consumption, a hybrid model is available to boost fuel economy to an EPA-rated 25/28 mpg, up from 19/25 mpg on gas-only models. However, the biggest argument against the QX60 may come from its nearly identical platform mate: the Nissan Pathfinder. With the same powertrain and almost-duplicate interior, the Pathfinder is also significantly less expensive. That said, the hybrid powertrain is now exclusive to the QX60.
It's tough to write about the Infiniti QX60 without mentioning the Nissan Pathfinder, since the two CUVs share two powertrains and a basic instrument ..."Motor Trend
Accept the fact that you're driving a people mover, and the [QX60] will feel its element. It boasts a nicely controlled and isolated ride, respectable ..."Automobile Magazine