2024 INFINITI QX60 Offers A Luxury SUV Ownership Experience In The Right Size and Price

Infiniti has done it again with the 2024 QX60, a full-size luxury SUV with seating for up to seven. Its sophisticated styling and driving experience, more akin to a mid-size SUV, make it a top choice for families. The 2024 QX60 is available at Charlie Clark Infiniti of El Paso, a trusted member of the Charlie Clark automotive family. Visit our dealership to test drive the 2024 QX60 and experience true luxury crafted by Infiniti with the 2024 QX60.

The 2024 Infiniti QX60 Styling

For 2024, Infiniti had a bold vision for the new model year of QX60s. For 2024, the QX60 will make an impression as its efforts glide across city streets and cruises down highways. For styling, Infiniti drew inspiration from origami paper folding with an elegant mesh grill displayed prominently alongside headlights designed to resemble the keys of a modern digital piano. Despite its elegant front styling, drivers looking for a more aggressive style can opt for 20-inch available wheels that give the QX60 a confident stance. Once you open the doors to the QX60, drivers, and passengers are greeted with leather seats that sit high with Infiniti's zero gravity-inspired front seats. The cabin uses fine open-pore wood and is delicately light with ambient light, making driving at night a truly beautiful experience, like dining in a five-star candlelit restaurant. Both the interior and exterior can be customized to any preference for color, material, and cabin features.


Performance for the 2024 Infiniti QX60

The 2024 model year for the QX60 brings more performance, technology, and driver-focused features to the table than ever before. A 3.5-liter V6 engine produces 290 horsepower and 270 foot-pounds of torque, delivered to all four wheels with available all-wheel drive. For drivers who opt for the all-wheel drive version of the QX60, a towing capacity of up to 6000 pounds makes towing boats or trailers a breeze. Despite its power and performance numbers, the QX60 is efficient, giving drivers up to 26 mpg on the highway. Depending on what style of driving drivers will be doing with the QX60, there are five selectable driving modes for the QX60, including:

  • Comfort
  • Sport
  • Snow
  • Eco
  • Standard

Maintenance is also a breeze with Infiniti Premium Care, which gives owners free oil changes, tire rotations, and state inspections for 30,000 miles or three years.


Driver-Focused Features for the 2024 Model Year

Infiniti has led the industry with its driver-focused features and intelligent driver assistance. The QX60 comes loaded with:

  • Intelligent all-wheel drive
  • Forward emergency braking
  • Pedestrian detection
  • Blind spot warning
  • Lane Departure warning

Also available is Infiniti's Intelligent Around View Monitoring with moving object detection, which gives you a 360-degree view of your QX60. An intelligent rear-view mirror, road sign recognition, and driver alert make driving the QX60 a much easier and less taxing experience for an SUV with room for seven passengers. Infiniti's available ProPILOT assist supports drivers on long road trips driving down Texas highways. These features and a five-star crash test rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration make the QX60 an easy and safe SUV that feels more like driving a mid-size SUV with full-size features. Stop by Charlie Clark Infiniti of El Paso today and get behind the wheel of one of our QX60s for a test drive today.

Test Drive a 2024 Infiniti QX60 at Charlie Clark Infiniti of El Paso

Charlie Clark Infiniti of El Paso is dedicated to serving the Southwest Texas community with the latest Infiniti models, including the 2024 QX60. Call our team today at (915) 465-1800 to schedule a test drive and get in the right-sized SUV at the right price.

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INFINITI QX60 vs. Audi Q7

If you have been searching the sea of luxury SUVs, you may have found several comparisons between the Infiniti QX60 and the Audi Q7. Powerful, with fair pricing, and several new model trim options, there are many similarities between these two vehicles. However, which is better for you? How will the new generation of SUVs compare in a luxury market? Here we examine two of the most popular and put them head-to-head.

INFINITI QX60 Breakdown

The New Infiniti QX60 comes armed with a 295 hp 3.5L V6 Engine that delivers on and off-road capabilities. Some of the highlights of the QX 60 include the following:

  • Larger Size And Cargo Space: The QX60 has always leaned more toward the larger size and provides excellent headroom, making it more popular for families or taller people. Seating seven and technology all the way into the back brings a comfortable ride, while the back rows can be flipped down to provide more cargo space than the competition.
  • Performance: The incredible horsepower makes the QX60 feel better to drive, and the tight turning radius gives an astonishing level of handling, while other SUVs feel more like a boat than a car.
  • Safety: The 2023 QX60 has an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top-Safety Pick + designation. This designation means it meets all top safety qualifications for technology, passenger safety, and low-light pedestrian protection.

Audi Q7 Breakdown

The Audi Q7 sports a quick 2.0L I4 Turbo engine that provides 261 hp. While the Audi brand brings many of the expected luxury options, the Q7 shines in the following:

  • Visually Striking: One thing Audi does well on all their cars is present them with a sleek silhouette and modern interior. The Q7 takes an updated approach, integrating several driver features into the vibrant 12.3-inch infotainment screen and cockpit-inspired dash.
  • Impressive Driver Assistance: Features for driver assistance in the Q7 include: Remote Parking Assistance, 360-View for traffic and pedestrian safety, and adaptive cruise control with lane guidance to help on long trips.

INFINITI QX60 vs. Audi Q7 Pricing

Pricing on the Infiniti QX60 and the Audi Q7 are both luxury prices, with new models starting at $49,200 and $59,200, respectively. In comparison, the Q7 has a couple of extra features, but the hefty additional cost for what amounts to little more than bells and whistles may make the Audi Q7 a tough purchase to justify. The trend of the QX60 being considerably less expensive carries through similar used models as well.

INFINITI QX60 vs. Audi Q7 Performance

The Audi Q7 is adequate but falls short in engine horsepower and handling performance. Further, the newest generation of QX60 sports a better-than-average fuel economy with an EPA estimated City: 19 MPG Hwy: 25 MPG, which just slightly beats the Audi Q7.

INFINITI QX60 vs. Audi Q7 Verdict

While you can't really go wrong with either of these two competitors, the Infiniti QX60 is our pick. It has a considerably lower price tag than the Audi Q7. Not to mention the QX60 feels roomier and comes with a more powerful engine than standard models while keeping the luxury feel.

Try The Infiniti QX60 For Yourself At Charlie Clark Infiniti Of El Paso

Here at Charlie Clark Infiniti of El Paso, we have an extensive stock of new and pre-owned Infiniti vehicles that are just waiting to be driven. Want to see the benefits of the Infiniti QX60 for yourself? Call us at 915-221-2735 to schedule a test drive or check out our inventory online, then come on in to speak with one of our sales representatives!


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INFINITI QX60 vs. Lexus RX350

The 2023 Lexus RX is the fifth generation for the Lexus core model, while the is slightly younger and on its second generation, which brought a wave of changes that drove these competitors further apart than they once were. Here we will break them down and explore the differences between these two vehicles to answer which is best for you. Which will you prefer, the Infiniti's luxury and power or the Lexus's lower price? Read on and discover.

Infiniti QX60 Breakdown

The second generation QX60 is a big seven-seater SUV with a sleek aesthetic inside and out. The newest 2023 QX60 has a modest 295 hp @ 6400 rpm, 3.5L V6 Engine.

Where the Infiniti QX60 shines:

  • Comfort: The QX60 has far greater leg and headroom for the front seat, making it perfect for anyone, no matter how tall. Furthermore, the larger size of the QX60 allows for ample cargo space and expanded seating of up to seven.
  • Improved Handling: The QX60 has a much tighter turning radius and corners better than the RX350.
  • Safety: with standard Rear Automatic Braking, Forward Emergency Braking with pedestrian detection, Predictive Forward Collision Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Departure Warning, and High Beam Assist, the QX60 is one of the safest family SUVs on the market.

Where the Infiniti QX60 Falls Short

  • Price: The QX60 is slightly more pricey, owing to its larger size and more luxury branding.
  • Efficiency: The Infiniti struggles to maintain over 26 MPG and will need more stops at the gas station.

INFINITI QX60 vs. Lexus RX350 Similarities

The Infiniti QX60 and the Lexus RX350 boast similar engine performance and identical base towing capacities. Although, the QX60 has an optional trim that expands the towing range. With equal horsepower and powertrain, they race in the same circles, and neither has a significant edge.

Lexus RX350 Breakdown

The newest Lexus RX350 has a 2.4L Turbo Inline-4, 275 hp @ 6000 rpm, baseline engine that performs just as well as the QX60 on base models. It sports a slimmer profile, a tighter budget, and a stylish and modern interior. Although, the Engine is no slouch either.

Where the Lexus RX350 shines:

  • Price: The RX350 is cheaper than the larger crossover models and is one of the lowest price luxury models on the market. Although, used Lexus RX350s may cost more on average against similar year and mileage vehicles.
  • Safety: With a reputation for five-star ratings, the Lexus RX350 has all the modern safety equipment we have come to expect, along with an expanded suite of driver awareness software to help prevent an accident.

Where the Lexus RX350 Falls Short:

  • Size: The Lexus RX350 is on the smaller side of crossover SUV vehicles and suffers from a bit of an identity crisis between crossover and compact.
  • Handling: The RX350 has a larger turning radius, despite its smaller size, and makes it harder to get in and out of tight spaces, which is a must for any city driving.

INFINITI QX60 vs. Lexus RX350 Verdict

Despite offering fierce competition and a similar style, the Lexus RX350 fails to live up to the luxury standard of the Infiniti QX60.

Test Drive A New Or Preowned QX60 From Charlie Clark Infiniti in El Paso Today!

Charlie Clark Infiniti of El Paso is here to service all your Infiniti purchasing needs. We have got you covered, from test drive to driving off the lot. Call us at 915-223-3854 to schedule a test drive, or check out our inventory online to see all our available new and preowned Infiniti vehicles.


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