QX60s sold in the U.S. with Infiniti Premium Care undergo an annual inspection, maintenance, and tire rotation.

For 2023, the QX60 comes in four trim levels, each with all-wheel drive as an option.

QX60s come with automatic emergency braking, rear automatic braking, blind spot detection, lane departure warning, and high beam assist.

Starting at $49,200, the QX60 Pure is $2,350 more expensive than the entry-level 2022 model.

In the base model, Apple CarPlay wirelessly pairs with the infotainment system and Android Auto runs off a USB port.

You can add 20-inch wheels, an around-view monitor, and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster to the Luxe version for $55,250.

A Bose 17-speaker audio system and massage front seats come standard on the QX60 Sensory, which will cost $58,600.

Among the top-of-the-line QX60s, the leather interior with a large head-up display starts at $62,600 ($65,500 with AWD).

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