Review: 2024 Infiniti QX60

There's a lot to like about the Infiniti QX60.

The QX60 is sort of the quiet workhorse of the Infiniti luxury lineup. It’s got a lot of interior room, is about the right size for a whole lot of buyers, and is just luxurious enough to be called a luxury car, but not so much that it’s overpriced. It’s one of the more value-oriented mainstream luxury sport utilities on today’s market. Which is probably why it’s popular.

The 2024 Infiniti QX60 is part of the second-generation for the vehicle, after a revamp a couple of years ago. The 2024 QX60 doesn’t have anything new added this year, but continues with the same long list of features at a reasonable price point.

There are four trim levels, starting with the Pure at about $51,000. This one includes unremarkable 18-inch wheels, but also has a panoramic moon roof, power everything, tri-zone climate, a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, wireless Apple CarPlay, and a host of driver aids and safety tech. It’s a lot of content for a reasonably priced luxury vehicle of this size.

Whatever trim level is chosen, the 2024 QX60 uses a 3.5-liter six-cylinder engine that outputs 295 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque in a smooth, easy delivery. That’s aided by a nine-speed automatic transmission. The QX60 is one of the smoother, and unobtrusive drivers we’ve been in. It shares a lot with the Nissan Pathfinder, which is another well-done SUV in that regard.

Front-wheel drive is standard in the QX60, but all-wheel drive is optional (and highly recommended). The AWD system adds all-weather capability to the crossover, but also adds some added tapering to control the corners and better acceleration thanks to all four pushing on takeoff in most drive modes. It’s worth the upgrade.

Comparables to the 2024 Infiniti QX60 include the Acura MDX and Audi Q7, both for which are quicker drivers, but less value-oriented and, in the case of the Audi, less comfortable and luxurious. Most other options are far more expensive than the QX60, though we like the comparable GV80 from Genesis as an option if spending a little more isn’t a problem.

There’s a lot to like about the Infiniti QX60 and it’s a popular choice in the entry-level, midsize luxury segment. It’s comfortable, well-thought-out, a smooth driver, and spacious. The third row isn’t useful for anything but occasional use and children, but is there nonetheless. For its value and presence, we consider the QX60 a top choice amongst its peers.

Aaron Turpen
An automotive enthusiast for most of his adult life, Aaron has worked in and around the industry in many ways. He is an accredited member of the Rocky Mountain Automotive Press (RMAP), the Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA), the Texas Auto Writers Association (TAWA), and freelances as a writer and journalist around the Web and in print. You can find his portfolio at