Infiniti QX60

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Infiniti QX60
2013 Infiniti JX -- 06-14-2012.JPG
Manufacturer Nissan
Production 2012–2013 (JX35)
2013-present (QX60)[citation needed]
Model years 2013-
Assembly Smyrna, Tennessee, United States
Body and chassis
Class Mid-size luxury crossover SUV
Body style 5-door SUV
Layout Front engine, front-wheel drive / four-wheel drive
Platform Nissan D platform
Related Nissan Pathfinder (2013)
Nissan Murano
Engine 3.5 L VQ35DE V6 265 hp (198 kW)
2.5 L (152-cubic-inch) QR25DE I4 (Hybrid models)
Transmission CVT
Wheelbase 114.2 in (2,901 mm).
Length 196.4 in (4,989 mm).
Width 77.2 in (1,961 mm).
Height 67.8 in (1,722 mm)
Curb weight 4,280 lb (1,941 kg)
Predecessor Infiniti QX4

The Infiniti QX60 (formerly called the Infiniti JX from 2012 through 2013) is a seven-passenger mid-size luxury crossover SUV introduced by the Infiniti division of Japanese automaker Nissan in April 2012 in the United States as a 2013 model. A concept version debuted at the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance event, while the production model was unveiled at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show. It is underpinned by an elongated Nissan Murano platform.[1] The QX60 is also the first three-row midsized crossover to be released by Infiniti. In 2012 Nissan announced that its mid-size SUV Pathfinder will also have the same platform as the QX60 for the 2013 model year.[2] In keeping with Infiniti's new naming scheme for 2014, in which cars begin with Q and SUV's begin with QX, the JX was renamed "QX60." While the number previously denoted engine displacement (e.g., 35=3.5L engine), the new number, 60, is largely meaningless, although the higher numbers do correspond with larger and/or more expensive models.[citation needed]

Front View
Rear View
Korean Edition

Drivetrain and Engine[edit]

The engine is a 3.5 liter V6, with an output of 265 horsepower and 248 lb-ft of torque. The QX60 uses a continuously variable transmission.[3] For the 2014 model year, a hybrid version was introduced. The hybrid is powered by a supercharged 2.5-liter twin-cam 16-valve four with an electric motor and a compact lithium-ion battery pack. The supercharged four is rated at 230 horsepower and 243 lb-ft of torque, while the 15-kW electric motor kicks in 20 horsepower and 29 lb-ft. Claimed total system power stands at 250 horsepower and 243 lb-ft of torque.


  • 0-60 mph (97 km/h) 8.6s
  • 3.5-liter 24-valve V6 engine, aluminum-alloy block and heads
  • 12.6 x 1.10-inch ventilated discs/12.13 x 0.63-inch ventilated discs; 4-wheel, 4-channel ABS
  • Automatic-on/off High Intensity Discharge bi-functional xenon headlights
  • Integrated front fog lights
  • LED rear brake lights and center high-mounted stoplight


  • Bose 13-speaker Premium Audio system, including AM/FM/CD/DVD with MP3 playback capability, Radio Data System (RDS) and speed-sensitive volume control
  • Streaming audio via Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Single in-dash CD player
  • 50/50-split folding third-row seat with recline


  1. ^ 2013 Infiniti JX Concept Sketch - Car & Driver News -- Retrieved 04-20-2011
  2. ^ Wilson, Tom (August 2012). "2013 Inifiniti JX". Road & Track 63 (12): 43. 
  3. ^ Stoy, Andrew (April 30, 2012). "Leisure & Luxury". Autoweek 62 (9): 37. 

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