2014 INFINITI QX60 Top Comparisons

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2014 INFINITI QX60Review
Guru9CZ8NR writes:
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This car is comfortable, easy to drive and good value!

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lisa writes:
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I love the style of the car, the ride is smooth and luxurious..

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Barbara writes:
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I think that is a great looking suv. The right color and the right style. Miles were great. The price is just right. I would love to buy that truck.i was very pleased with that deal.

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2014 INFINITI QX60Review
Kristisue writes:
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It has all the bells and whistles! It has more Features than the Toyota Highlander and it is more reliable than the Buick Enclave. I have compared the Buick Enclave and the Toyota Highlander.

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Guru9DHQSG writes:
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Absolutely beautiful vehicle. Has excellent features and so much room. Very happy with purchase.

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GuruMQN2F writes:
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This vehicle is missing nothing ! I would compare this to the Volvo XC 90 even. The 3.5 motor yearns to be let loose. Not on eco mode though.

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2014 INFINITI QX60Review
Meeky2018 writes:
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This car measures up to the hype of good comfort, front seat feels akward, sitting too high with the steering wheel very oddly shifted on you. The suv didnt feel like youre driving big vehicle but does feel heavy. What got me the most was knowing infinity has a sucky reliabl rating so when the dealer called to say he was running late because a piece of top rubber was coming out and then the front driver fronttire felt like it was lose or more bouncy than the rest...

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2014 INFINITI QX60 FWDReview
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Sheep In Wolf's Clothing.. —

//Infiniti QX60 2WD w/ the Premium Package, Nav, Theater, Driver Awareness, etc. Bottom Line: The QX60 is a great people and thing hauler, especially for long trips in straight lines. If you want stylish, comfortable transportation that returns decent gas mileage, the you will be very happy with the QX60. BUT...If you've ever driven a sporting vehicle in a spirited manner, the powertrain and handling of the QX60 will annoy the daylights out of you. // Anyway, we decided to lease a fully loaded QX60 after months and months of test driving. Every. Single. Competitor. Some, twice. We traded in our 2011 Acura MDX that we loved, but had outgrown and as well, the fuel economy became unacceptable (14.5 MPG city). //The engineering of the QX60 is a bit of an enigma. I've declared my love and hate of this vehicle on the same drive. It is decidedly un-Infiniti like en toto, most apparent in the general handling characteristics. I'm baffled by how my G37S was so good overall and the QX60 is so not (I get that it's based on the Pathfinder, but seriously?). Ultimately, we felt the QX60 sucked the least of every SUV between $40K and $65K, so that's that. //Anyway - the good: We like the interior very much (assuming premium pkg). Nice materials, quality leather, wood accents, etc. They did leave some of the cheap, hard Nissan plastic in place on the dash, steering wheel surround and doors, but it isn't too terrible. Also, this car seats six adults quite comfortably and still has room for some luggage. My only seating complaint concerns the front seat adjustability and its limited seat bottom tilt travel. I find the seating position very flat and not all that comfortable, but still livable. MPG so far has been a legit 25 Hwy (~75 MPH), 18.5 Urban (20 MPH), although running anything but premium results in a significant dip in MPG (from 18.5 to 15.5 urban). Ouch! //Power - adequate. Fine for merging, better then average at hwy speeds for passing. A bit more engine noise (than would be expected) is present when accelerating - tied somewhat to the CVT's logic. //Tech - Infiniti does a great job integrating phones via BT or an adapter. The navigation actually responds to voice commands well, unlike our '11 MDX which refused to acknowledge my wife's voice. I have to comment on the Bose 15-speaker stereo. Not blown away. Our '11 MDX's ELS system was markedly better both in flatness of response, imaging and sound-stage. I don't know how many more speakers Bose needs to get it right, but apparently 15 isn't enough. //What sucks. Handling, handling, handling. '15 MDX crushes the QX60 in this department (but we hated everything else about the new MDX). A $57K "S" UV should not squat, dive or plow like a '76 Plymouth Volare station wagon, especially when the highway ride is still on the firm side. Granted, we have the 20" rims (with lower profile tires), but seriously, they couldn't have gotten it more incorrect if they'd tried. The QX60 under-steers at 15 mph (I didn't even know that was possible). It is. //Continuously variable transmission (CVT). A simple 7 or 8-speed auto would have been JUST fine. When depressing the accelerator on a normal auto tranny, the engine winds up and I control the rate of engine acceleration by the angle of pedal depression. Not so on the CVT. IT decides when I've had enough acceleration and begins to wind the engine down at its own discretion. If I want linear accel., I must feed additional pedal in to maintain the same rate. I'm annoyed just describing the process. //Visibility. Not good. The four corners of the '60 are hard to visualize making parking or merging or turning interesting. Get the driver alert package (or whatever it's called) to make up for the B, C, D pillar or head-rest sourced blind spots. You'll need it.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Exterior - black on tan, 20" factory rims, roof-rack - looks pretty sharp. Above segment average for 2nd and 3rd row seat comfort. 85% of interior finishes are nice.  Tech ergonomics are pretty good, nicely sized center display. Excellent utility and space.

Cons: Ugh...handling, front seat comfort, CVT responsiveness, acceleration are all below segment averages.

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2014 INFINITI QX60 AWDReview
Jeffrey writes:
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Excellent Family Bus. — We bought this car because we were moving to Colorado and we have a new granddaughter, thus the AWD and 3rd row seating. It has been a wonderful vehicle when the whole family gathers and needs to go somewhere (seven of us). I'm not used to cars this big, but it is very comfortable and has good power considering the bulk. I'm not impressed with the way it looks, so I tried to talk my wife out of it, but I have to admit that it has grown on me.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Its the roomiest car we've ever had and it drives great on winter days.

Cons: The styling is dated.

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2014 INFINITI QX60 AWD Review
jbequis says:
vs2014 Ford Explorer
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Handling Ranked 2014 Ford Explorer worse.
"Test Drive both cars and there is no question in my mind the INFINITY has a much better handling for an SUV type."
Front Seats Ranked 2014 Ford Explorer worse.
"Much more room than the Explorer and the Infotainment for the INFINITY is way superior. "

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Reviews From Other Years

2020 INFINITI QX60 Reviews

Review By wchirinos

It work perfect for us . The ca is what we wanted Read More

Review By Guru9X79YF

Car drove like a dream,like floating on road.lots of power when you step on accelerator,quick around corners too. Read More

2019 INFINITI QX60 Reviews

Review By Nicole

Although this model is the bade model, still very comfy, okay trunk space. Good space good milage Read More

Review By Gina

Missing a remote start as standard. Overall an excellent vehicle. Read More

2018 INFINITI QX60 Reviews

Review By GuruMXBYL

I really liked this vehicle and almost all the features, the third row seating did not have the leg room I was looking for, I think only children could sit there. Read More

Review By Nicholas

A great family SUV that has the room of Tahoe but withe agility of a smaller SUV Read More

2017 INFINITI QX60 Reviews

Review By wbz

junk ad. the dealer didnt contract me at all up to now. Read More

Review By Dustin

Wonderful vehicle: very comfortable, no road noise, great stereo... the control interface is a little clunky but no big deal. Had a Highlander before this and didnt know an Infiniti would be such a s... Read More

2016 INFINITI QX60 Reviews

Review By Guru9XQGNH

Great value for SUV of this size and luxury. The Read More

Review By Lonnie

Good ride was good handle good nice great color Read More

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