2023 Infiniti QX60 Starting Price increased by $2,520 to $50,395
With the price increase, Infiniti’s midsize SUV adds new standard features and free maintenance. When Infiniti launched the newest generation of the QX60 last year, the redesign included a $2500 higher starting price than its predecessor. For the 2023 model year, the company is once again raising the base price of the midsize SUV, this time by $2,520 to $50,395.
While the entry-level Pure sees the highest price hike, the rest of the lineup also costs more than before. The Luxe gets the smallest increase, with the extra $1325 pushing its starting price to $55,250. Meanwhile, Infiniti adds another $2420 to the bottom lines of both the Sensory and Autograph models, which now start at $59,795 and $63,795, respectively. Adding all-wheel drive remains a $2000 option on all but the top-of-the-line Autograph where it costs $1900.
What Are the New Extras of the 2023 Infiniti QX60?
Of course, Infiniti is introducing some new content to offset the QX60’s rising prices. Most importantly, Infiniti now provides free scheduled maintenance on every 2023 model that includes the QX60. Service covers three years or 36,000 miles and covers inspections, oil changes and tire rotations.
The ’23 QX60 currently on sale is getting a few more updates. The Pure model now comes standard with wireless device charging, which was previously only standard on the three top equipment. There are also new accent colors for the lower front bumper on specific trims. The trim now becomes gloss black on the Luxe and dark gray on the Sensory and Autograph. Finally, all models get a frameless rearview mirror.