Infiniti QX60 lease

2015 Infiniti QX60 Lease

$4399 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees.) Miles: 36,000

MSRP $47,545

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The Infiniti QX60 has a Particular style all its own with curvaceous lines and a nice appointed interior. Passengers are guaranteed tons of comfort while the drive gets a seamless CVT trans and powerful V-6 engine.

The QX60 is a crossover that may, ultimately, be considered a van with hinged doors instead of sliding. Nissan (you probably knew that was the Nissan Infiniti luxury brand) wishes to avoid being associated with minivans, which is an excellent idea given the history in the matter … In fact, in the upscale outside the QX60 Land is a vulgar Nissan Pathfinder.


The QX60 is big, especially when it comes time to scrape the windshield in winter. Some hate her curvaceous lines, others like. The interior, by cons, does not cause much discussion. Everyone appreciates: large as a cathedral, covered with fine quality materials assembled with precision and silent wish. The dashboard is simple but easy to forget as much as we talk button activates the heated steering wheel, hidden in the dashboard behind said wheel. The perfect driving position is easily found and high seating creates a sense of security that many people love. When dealing with such a large vehicle, back is a complex activity thankfully facilitated by outside mirrors good size and excellent backup camera.

The front seats provide a princely comfort. The seats in the second row as well, while those in the third row are slightly less inviting. Still, to get there is not very difficult if only one does not suffer from rheumatism. Obviously, if all three rows of seats are used, the trunk space is significantly reduced. When all files are down, the QX60 exceeds all competitors that they were from Acura (MDX), Audi (Q7), BMW (X5), Lexus (RX) and Mercedes-Benz (GL) to do to name a few.


Under the hood, two choices. A 3.5-liter V6 265 horsepower and 248 foot-pounds of torque, or a hybrid engine. The latter is composed of a four cylinder 2.5 liter supercharged, associated with an electric motor 15 kW and a lithium-ion battery. All releases 250 horsepower at 5600 rev / min and 243 foot-pounds of torque at 3600 rev / min. The transmission is a CVT and train, one suspects, is full.

The performance obtained with this set are not bad. Because of the winter weather, I could not take action acceleration, but I think we can achieve 0-100 km / h in less than 10 seconds. Which is not bad considering the weight of more than 2,000 pounds of QX60 Hybrid. By cons, those who appreciate the deep sound of an engine at full throttle will be disappointed. In no time I was able to drive on electric only mode. Moreover, the battery never was ionized in full. At best, the central screen showed that the battery was charged at 3/5. Is this a problem or is this normal given the weather conditions?


CVT operates with transparency and many people never realize that it is not a “normal” transmission. In cold weather, for cons, I found hesitant. But as I was also hesitant to turn me on in such conditions, I do not hold it against him. On the center console near the shifter, is a button to choose from four modes: Snow, Eco, Normal and Sport. In Snow mode, the motor is flanged to prevent the wheels from spinning while in Eco mode, throttle that responds to requests under the right foot. Sport mode … uh … how to say politely? No doubt that Infiniti has the word on the button because it was fine … Moreover, in the owner’s manual, this mode is subject only six lines just mention that adjusts the transmission and engine so as to improve performance. In any case, at least 26 degrees, it does not appear at all.

During my week trial conducted at the end of January, while warmer temperatures teased least 12 degrees, I got a disappointing average of 12.3 l / 100 km. We can say that this is a very heavy vehicle, that because of the appalling conditions the hybrid system could not function to its full potential and that I have hardly rolled into town, I would have just hoped an average of up to 11 or 11.5 l / 100 km. Because of this consumption, with full autonomy is only 600 km. At least the QX60 hybrid runs on regular gasoline.


Driving a Hybrid QX60 has nothing to ignite fans of extreme sports. It is true that I have not been able to grow in the least on snowy and icy roads, but management rather disconnected and fairly large roll say long enough. The road conditions were at least allowed me to see that although they are very intrusive, tensile or lateral stability control systems are very effective.

Finally, there is the question of price. At $ 53,950, the Hybrid QX60 is not given. The base price of a QX60 V6 is $ 42,450. Is the $ 11,500 overhead required for the hybrid worth it? Certainly, the V6 will consume (and pollute) much more, but it will make it “the mileage” with the hybrid to recoup the difference … Fortunately, Infiniti product reliability is excellent!