The Infiniti QX came out of the automaker’s EX line that fizzled in the early 2010s. The SUV entered its second generation in 2019, and today Infiniti announced updates for the 2023 model year. Changes include a new Sport trim and updated standard features for all variants. The 2023 Infiniti QX50 goes on sale this month.
Infiniti offers the 2023 QX50 in five trims: Pure, Luxe, Sport, Sensory, and Autograph. Pricing for the 2023 Infiniti QX50 starts at $40,300 before destination, taxes, and options, and the top Autograph trim starts at $57,350. The automaker includes three years of Infiniti Premium Care with each vehicle, which brings three years of no-cost inspections, oil changes, and tire rotations.
The new QX50 Sport comes with 20-inch painted wheels, semi-aniline leather upholstery, and a Bose Premium Audio System with 12 speakers. All models get heated outside mirrors, remote start, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, rear passenger alerts, and a wireless charging pad. The Pure and Luxe trims come standard with 19-inch wheels.
All 2023 QX50s come with advanced driver aids, including forward automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, rear automatic braking, lane departure warnings, automatic high beams, and blind spot monitoring. Inside, Infiniti equips 8-inch upper and 7-inch lower touchscreens with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Most of the good stuff becomes standard with the Luxe trim, which brings leather upholstery, a panoramic moonroof, heated seats, and a hands-free liftgate. The top Autograph trim adds an Ultrasuede headliner, tri-zone climate controls, and a towing package that enables up to 3,000 pounds of capacity.