Infiniti QX60 Lease Deal
Another top leasing vehicle at Fast Track Leasing is the 2017 Infiniti QX60. It is a car lease special that our auto lease brokers guarantee you will be happy with. Whether you are in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, or stretched into the different corners of the United States, we know that with our auto brokers, you will drive the best car lease deal home. Below you can find more information on this QX60 so that you can make your decision more easily. We start with our favorite things about this car lease special:
- Elegant styling
- Excellent third-row access
- Comfortable for a family
- Rear Collision Intervention safety system
Infiniti QX60 Features
The 2017 QX60 sits squarely in the center of the luxury crossover market and goes head-to-head with the Acura MDX, Volvo XC90, and Audi Q7.
The crossover earns a 6.8 overall on our ratings scale, based mostly on its good interior room, flexible second row, and quality appearance inside and out. With a more buttoned-down chassis and a different transmission, it could have scored even higher.
Infiniti tweaked the QX60’s looks last year, with new front and rear ends, highlighted by a larger grille with an integrated lower air intake. This seven-seat vehicle is relatively sleek, nicely detailed, and tastefully modern for what could have been a tall and blocky-looking box of a utility vehicle. But the long hood of the QX60 eliminates any hints of the dreaded minivan profile, and its roofline falls slightly to give a softer look than more slab-sided models, such as the MDX.
The automaker fitted the QX60 with stiffer shocks and springs for 2016, aiming for better dynamics. Any improvement to agility is offset by a firmer ride somewhat unbecoming of what’s billed as a luxury crossover. Infiniti may have been better off leaving things alone since roadholding remains just adequate, with notable lean in turns and a tendency to nose plow when pushed.
For 2017, Infiniti bumps up the QX60’s 3.5-liter V-6 engine to 295 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque, increases of nearly 10 percent all around. The V-6 now boasts direct injection but remains paired to a continuously variable transmission (CVT). Front-wheel drive is standard, while all-wheel drive is optional. A low volume QX60 Hybrid is also available, but dealers don’t generally stock it and Infiniti considers it to be a special order-only item.
Infiniti offers two directions with the QX60: V-6 or Hybrid, both of which are offered with either front- or all-wheel drive. The Hybrids come better equipped, as they should for a nearly $10,000 premium, but they’re essentially only available when ordered.
Even the base QX60 pampers with a power moonroof and heated leather seats, but most models you’ll find on dealer lots will have one of two additional packages—Premium and Premium Plus. For 2017, one of the biggest equipment upgrades is that a previously optional 8.0-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth for mobile phones and streaming audio players is standard on all QX60s.
The QX60’s biggest demerit remains the brand’s subpar infotainment, but it is generally very well equipped and thus deserves its 8 out of 10 available points.