There is nothing new for the 2018 Infiniti QX60. So why bother reviewing it?
Automakers give reviewers a chance to bid farewell to outgoing models before a redesign as a way to show off the new model’s evolution, or to pique interest in an outgoing model that can be had for a sweet price as dealers clear inventory.
Whatever the case, the QX60 premium three-row crossover is out of date. The layout and number of steering wheel controls are confusing, the design of the center stack interface feels like “Pong” in a “Call of Duty” time, and the continuously variable transmission is a horse that needs to be whipped. Better, take the whole thing out to pasture.
Yet nearly all of the dozen or so family members who set butt in the three-row crossover formerly known as JX remarked on its appointments and utility. The operative adjective was “fancy.” I felt it was more functional. We fit three adults in the 60/40 split second-row seats, with two kids in the way back. The grade schoolers could get in back on their own but had trouble sliding the second-row seats back into position. It was a tight fit but the only time such a load doesn’t feel tight is in an RV.
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