Gorgeous exterior design; elegant, sporty interior design; robust performance with 300-hp and 400-hp V6 engines; wide range of performance personalization
Access to rear seats is tough; no manual transmission available for enthusiasts; Direct Adaptive Steering still a little remote; full suite of driver assists and collision mitigation should be standard at this price; still no Apple CarPlay or Android Auto
For 2019, the Q60 drops the 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine as well as the 3.0t Sport trim. The base Pure models now features the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6, while more standard content is added to the new entry-level models and Red Sport 400. Automatic emergency braking is made standard on the LUXE and Red Sport trims.
Infiniti is right: Nobody needs a coupe, but everybody dreams of owning one. The 2019 Infiniti Q60 will inspire a lot of fantasies, and the reality of owning one could be equally inspiring. The 400-hp Red Sport models offer fulfillment, but your rational side will be satisfied with one of the 300-hp 3.0t models. Splurge on AWD if you live in a northern climate, or enjoy the savings and handling of RWD if you don't have to fight snow and slush come winter.
The Q60 3.0t PURE ($41,745, RWD), ($43,745, AWD) include LED headlights, fog lamps and taillights, power heated outside mirrors with integrated LED turn signals, 19-in alloy wheels and dual chrome exhaust pipes. Interior features include proximity key and push-button ignition, dual-zone climate control, leatherette seating, brushed aluminum trim, 8-way power front seats, a 6-speaker audio system with an auxiliary audio input and two USB ports, Bluetooth, satellite radio, HD Radio, a CD player, Infiniti InTouch dual display system screens (8-in upper/7-in lower), a rearview monitor, a tilt-and-telescopic steering column and cruise control.
The Q60 3.0t LUXE ($45,895, RWD), ($47,895, AWD) includes all of the features in the PURE and adds forward emergency braking with pedestrian detection, predictive forward-collision warning, a power moonroof, a 13-speaker Bose Performance Series audio system and HomeLink.
Three option packages are available: The Essential package ($3,200) that adds leather seating, heated front seats and steering wheel, navigation, InTouch services, a power tilt-and-telescopic steering column, remote start, auto-dimming side mirrors with a reverse tilt down feature and driver's seat memory with power lumbar and side bolsters. The Leather Seating package ($1,350) is pretty self-explanatory. Last is the ProASSIT package ($2,250) that brings rain-sensing wipers, front and rear parking sensors, the Around View Monitor with moving-object detection, blind spot monitoring and backup-collision intervention.
The Q60 Red Sport 400 ($55,895, RWD), ($57,895, AWD) is powered by a 400-hp 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged engine. It adds or replaces the equipment on the LUXE with new exhaust tips, red-painted brake calipers, unique 20-in staggered alloy wheels, red S badges, a dynamic digital suspension, paddle shifters, semi-aniline leather seats, carbon-fiber interior trim, sport brakes, a power tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel with memory and the full contents of the LUXE Essential package.
Optional equipment include the ProASSIT package ($2,250) and the ProACTIVE package ($2,850) that includes auto-leveling adaptive front lighting and high-beam assist, adaptive radar cruise control, adaptive steering, distance-control assist, an Eco pedal, an advanced climate control system, front-seat pre-crash seat belts, blind spot monitoring, and lane-departure warning and prevention with active lane control.
|Basic||4 Years/60,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||6 Years/70,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||7 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||4 Years/Unlimited Miles|
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