Infiniti QX60 window tint

Infiniti QX60 at Tint Magic Window Tint

Infiniti QX60 at Tint Magic Window Tint

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Infiniti QX60:

Crossover capability doesn’t come at the cost of luxury or comfort in the stylish QX60. A creamy ride, a nicely appointed interior, and an easy-access third row highlight this seven-seater. The engine is a 295-hp 3.5-liter V-6 driving the front wheels; all-wheel drive is optional. The EPA rates the hybrid model at 27 mpg highway. An 8.0-inch touchscreen is standard; rear-seat entertainment and onboard Wi-Fi are options. Also available are adaptive cruise control and automated emergency braking.

Dubbed VQ35DD, the rejuvenated engine shares less than half of its parts with last year’s V-6. Horsepower is now rated at a stout 295, and torque rises to a healthy 270 lb-ft (gains of 30 and 22). A continuously variable automatic transmission again shuffles torque to the drive wheels, which are either the front two or, as in the example tested here, all four. Although we’d prefer a traditional planetary automatic, Infiniti’s CVT is a generally agreeable unit that imitates step shifts when heavy throttle is applied so as to avoid engine droning. Furthermore, a dedicated manual mode gives the driver seven preset ratios to swap among, while a dial on the center-console tunnel offers four driving modes: Standard, Sport, Snow, and Eco, the last of which engages Infiniti’s intrusive Eco Pedal on QX60s equipped with either the Driver Assistance package or—as installed on our test car—the Deluxe Technology package. The Eco Pedal works by adding resistance to the throttle, thus discouraging the driver from exercising a heavy foot. We generally left the QX60 in the Standard setting, although we occasionally switched to Sport for its slightly sprightlier throttle response. Sport mode also brings a tendency to rev the engine past 3500 rpm, where there is indeed more power accompanied by noticeable coarseness.


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