2016 Infiniti QX60 review, price, specs – Nissan decided to publish some information related to the new 2016 QX60 even though 2015 model was recently released. 2015 model had certain drawbacks which drivers pointed out so with this 2016 model company will try to create a vehicle as impeccable as possible. This luxury crossover is going to be improved version of its predecessor but major changes cannot be expected. Design will be changed a little bit and performance figures are going to be increased, but generally it won’t be too much different than his older brother. Nevertheless, new Infiniti QX60 2016 deserved to have a special review which will consider all possible pros and cons of this vehicle. If you like previous model you will certainly be a fan of a new one, as well.
2016 Infiniti QX60
In general, there are no many changes in terms of design. 2016 Infiniti QX60 takes after its predecessor and won’t have many exterior changes, except wider use of LED technology. In the cabin new materials can be found which will contribute to more luxurious look. There will be enough room for 7 passengers and all their cargo. Convenience will be brought to a higher level and every passenger will enjoy ride more than before. Also, cargo space is expected to be increased as well as the cabin in general. Base model will feature leather upholstery, powered and heated front seats, tri-zone climate control, power tailgate, moonroof and rearview camera with 7-inch display. There will be plenty of optional equipment such as satellite navigation, Bose premium audio system with 15 speakers and bunch of safety and tech systems.
New Infiniti QX60 2016 specs
Two engine choices are going to be available, and this seems to become standard when it comes to the new Infiniti QX60 2016. Power figures of these two are pretty much the same but one of them is hybrid, so that’s why it is so special. The first option is 3.5l six-cylinder which is able to create 260 HP and 250 pound-feet of torque. On the other hand there is a hybrid engine, 2.5l supercharged, with an output of 250 HP and 243 pound-feet of torque. Fuel efficiency of these two engines is the major advantage of 2016 Infiniti over the competence. First engine can reach 20 mpg in a city and 26 mpg on highway, while hybrid is even better and has an ability of reaching 26 mpg and 28 mpg. That is quite astonishing for an SUV. Automatic transmission is the only available option while front and four-wheel drive can be chosen.
2016 Infiniti QX60
Considering that previous model was released in late 2015 we cannot expect that new Infiniti QX60 2016 will come soon to the market. It is most likely that it will hit the market in the autumn of 2016 with a price of $46,500 so there is a plenty of time until then. Who knows, maybe Nissan decides to change few more things on 2016 Infiniti QX60 until than.