For the 2016 QX60, Infiniti has added new taillights and headlights to provide the QX60 a fresher look. New engine mounts and Upgraded sound insulation are used to minimize noise at highway speeds, and modern Personal Assistant service of Infiniti connects car owners to a 24/7 concierge.
The overall design of QX60 stays familiar, although its rear taillights, front grille, and other main parts receive welcome retouches. The grille has the greatest drastic change, with a bigger, and more pronounced opening and a modern mesh-style insert. The mesh goes on to the lower grille, and the redesigned fog lights are incredibly stylish than ever before. Updated headlights currently sport bi-xenon bulbs with the daytime running lights and LED accents. Also, the fog lights are LED.
Updates to the QX60 continue inside, even though like the exterior, the modifications are difficult to spot. The newest Infiniti gets an updated gear shifter and the soft-touch leather presently wrapping the upper instrument panel. The tri-zone climate control system has also been revised for the newest model. Still, it integrates the micro filter but currently has improved airflow for first- and second-row occupants. The QX60 continues to provide its Advanced Climate Control System with the Plasmacluster air purifier as a choice.
Infiniti Connection opens up a modern dimension of connectivity between you, your world, and your QX60. The system comprises of a collection of remote services and digital applications which are your direct link to confidence and convenience features – features developed to keep you and your QX60 in touch, even when you are not.
Engine/ Fuel Efficiency
The gasoline V6 of QX60 makes 265 HP and provides front or all-wheel drive. It touts 21 MPG in the city and 27 MPG on the highway with the front-wheel drive or 19 mpg city/26 MPG highway with AWD. If you opt for the hybrid engine, and you will have a 250 HP 2.5L supercharged hybrid 4-cylinder that returns 26 MPG city/28 MPG highway with the front-wheel drive or 25 MPG city/28 MPG highway with AWD.
Standard safety features include a stability and traction control, and antilock disc brakes. There are also full-length side curtain, and front seat-mounted side airbags. There is also a rearview camera as standard in the newest QX50. Optional safety equipment includes remote door unlocking, the Infiniti Connection telematics service with automatic collision notification, geo-fencing notifications, and also stolen vehicle location. In addition to the standard features, optional features include adaptive cruise control. Also optional are front and rear parking sensors, a blind-spot warning system, a lane-departure warning and prevention system. There is a 360-degree-view parking camera system and the frontal and back-up collision mitigation system with automatic emergency pedestrian detection and braking.
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