2024 INFINITI QX60 Autograph and Moonbow Blue. Photo: CarPro.


2024 INFINITI QX60 Autograph SUV Review

Written By: Jerry Reynolds | Mar 25, 2024 11:42:46 AM

This week I have a beauty for you.  This is the 2024 INFINITI QX60, a 3-row luxury SUV that was completely redesigned in 2022 and has remained largely unchanged since then.


Starting with exterior, the headlight design looks great, I love the 20” aluminum-alloy wheels and the rear LED taillights, and the black roof is a nice offset to the Moonbow Blue exterior. It has a rear spoiler, and as always, I wish they had tucked the wiper under the spoiler, but oh well.  I am not enamored with the rear bumper either to be honest.  If it is supposed to look like quad exhaust, it doesn’t.  However, all-in-all, I find the exterior looks to be pleasing.

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You can get the new QX60 in a variety of different trims.  This one is the top-of-the-line Autograph and everything you see is standard equipment, except for an additional $695 charge for the paint, the Lighting Package which is $795 and give you illuminated cargo scuff plates and welcome lighting, and $465 to get the illuminated grill which does look really good at night.


Under the hood, you’ll find a naturally-aspirated 3.5-liter V6 putting out 295-horses and 270-pound feet of torque.  Gone is the CVT thankfully, replaced by a 9-speed shiftable automatic and this vehicle is all-wheel drive.


Open any door to reveal a truly outstanding interior.  The quilted leather power seats are just beautiful. They are heated and air conditioned and will even massage you.  The interior attention to detail is impressive, especially across the dash into the door panels.  The quilting on the dash is beautiful and is accented with heavy stitching and black wood and black lacquer. 

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There is a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster that you can configure from the steering wheel.  You can get a lot of information from the driver info center and access settings for the safety systems.  There is a large round tachometer on the left side, and a large round speedometer to the right side.  Gauges are colorful and easy to read, and set back in the dash to eliminate glare.

Center dash is another 12.3-inch touchscreen that operates the 17-speaker Bose sound system, the navigation, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, Android Auto, wireless Apple CarPlay, and real-time fuel prices, traffic, weather, and sports scores.  There is a huge head-up display on the windshield that has traffic sign recognition.

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The pass-through center console is also impressive.  The pushbutton start is there, a switch to disable the start/stop, shortcuts to the interactive screen, the Auto Hold, and the drive modes.  Choose from Personal, Sport, Auto, or Eco.  Each one makes a big difference in the drive and handling of this SUV.

The QX60 has a great stubby shift handle and to the right of that is a wireless phone charger, and two cupholders.  To sum it up, INFINITI made the front compartment comfortable, intuitive, and everything is easily within reach.

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Moving to the second row seats, there are very comfortable captain chairs with a really cool removable center console.  The seats are heated, there are window shades to keep the sun out, and second row passengers can control their own temperature, have a USB, USB-C, and a power outlet.  The two captain chairs fold and flip easily for 3rd row access if you chose not to take the console between them out.

Third row seat room is good for two average-sized adults and there are USBs for them also, but leg room is fairly limited.


Cargo area is ok, there is storage underneath, and the third-row seats fold down manually, but there are power buttons to raise them back up.  With all seats folded down, there is 75-cubic feet of cargo area.

You can pop the rear glass alone OR open the entire power lift gate from your key fob. There is a 110-volt power outlet at the rear if needed, and there is storage underneath the cargo area load floor.

Standard Equipment

This Autograph edition virtually comes with everything you can think of, including a panoramic moon roof, power liftgate, remote start, electronic rearview camera mirror, front and rear parking sensors, trailer hitch and wiring hookup, power tilt wheel, and much more.


On the safety front, you get forward collision warning with emergency braking, lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, a terrific rearview camera with rear cross traffic alert, and rear automatic braking.  You also get ProPILOT Assist, which is a hands-on driver assist system that combines Nissan's Intelligent Cruise Control and Steering Assist technologies and includes a stop and hold function that can bring the vehicle to a full stop, hold in place and can bring you back up to speed when traffic starts moving again.  It works terrific.

Ride and Drive   

This SUV is incredibly quiet inside and the ride and handling are about as good as anything I’ve ever driven.  The steering is responsive, acceleration is really good, and it will tow 3,500 pounds. 

What You'll Pay

Fuel economy is 20 in town, 25 on the highway, and 22 overall, but I am getting slightly more.  MSRP is $69,240 on this ultra-loaded SUV and that is a great value for what you get.

  1. What I liked most:  The interior, the quietness, and the exterior appearance.

  2. What I would change:  Would love the power fold 3rd row seats.

  3. MSRP: Base price $66,100 as equipped $69,240 with transportation.

  4. Fuel Economy: 20 city/25 highway/22 overall.

  5. Official Color:  Moonbow Blue. 
  6. Odometer reading when tested: 10,100 miles. 
  7. Weight: 4,600 pounds/GVWR 6,063 pounds.

  8. Spare tire:  Repair Kit.
  9. Length-Width-Height:  198.2” long/18” wide/69.7” high.
  10. Fuel Tank Capacity: 18.5 gallons with the filler on the driver’s side.

  11. Towing Capacity: 3,500 pounds
  12. 2024 INFINITI QX60 in a few words:  A truly luxurious 3-row SUV that is priced very well.

  13. Warranty:  4-year/60,000 mile bumper-to-bumper, 6-year/70,000 mile power train with roadside assistance and complimentary loan car.

  14. Final Assembly Location: Smyrna, TN   

  15. Manufacturer's website: INFINITI