For 2020, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto finally make an appearance, while a new dual-screen infotainment system and a host of driver assists are added to QX50's standard equipment list. Two new trims, Sensory and Autograph, join the lineup and there is a slight reshuffling of the optional equipment packages. See the 2020 Infiniti QX50 models for sale near you
Although the base Pure price seems attractive, it's missing some key features you can find on non-luxury crossovers like the VW Tiguan and Hyundai Santa Fe. Move to the other end of the spectrum and you'll be dishing out close to $60,000 for a loaded AWD Autograph. We'd go for either the Essential or Sensory and add the optional equipment packages. Find an Infiniti QX50 for sale
The 2020 QX50 comes in five trims: Pure, Luxe, Essential, Sensory and Autograph. All are FWD with AWD as an option.
The QX50 Pure ($38,275 FWD), ($40,275 AWD) comes with 19-in alloy wheels with run-flat tires, paddle shifters, Direct Adaptive power steering, rear automatic braking, blind spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, forward emergency braking with pedestrian detection, high-beam assist, rear cross-traffic alert and rear parking sensors. Also standard are the Intelligent Key remote with push-button start, slide and reclining rear seats, 8-way power front seats with power lumbar support, LED headlights, leatherette seating surfaces, a power liftgate, a tilt-and-telescopic steering column, dual-zone automatic climate control, a trip computer, a 6-speaker AM/FM/CD stereo with auxiliary and USB input, Bluetooth, SiriusXM, Apple CarPlay, Android auto, a rearview camera and cruise control.
The QX50 Luxe ($41,275 FWD), ($43,275 AWD) adds a panoramic moonroof with power sunshade LED fog lamps and aluminum roof rails.
The QX50 Essential ($45,125 FWD), ($47,125 AWD) brings the Infiniti InTouch navigation and services, front and rear parking sensors, a 360-degree monitor, remote start, heated outside mirrors, heated seats and rain-sensing wipers.
The QX50 Sensory ($49,925 FWD), ($51,925 AWD) adds 20-in aluminum wheels, Bose audio, leather seating, a heated steering wheel, adaptive cruise control, blind spot assist, adaptive front lighting and lane-departure intervention.
The QX50 Autograph ($54,857 FWD), ($56,875 AWD) brings ProPilot Assist (steering assist with full-speed adaptive cruise control and stop-and-hold), Direct Active Steering, a head-up display, tri-zone climate control, heated and ventilated front seats, a motion-activated tailgate, semi-aniline leather seating and traffic-sign recognition.
Options for the QX50 are mostly bundled into packages. The Luxe can be equipped with heated seats and navigation, while the Essential offers two packages: the ProASSIST package (adaptive cruise control, blind spot intervention, lane-departure intervention and adaptive front lighting) and the Convenience package (leather seats, memory for the driver's seat, mirrors and tilt wheel, a power tilt/telescopic steering column, reverse tilt-down mirrors and heated steering wheel. The Sensory trim offers two packages that include such must-haves as ventilated front seats, ProPilot Assist, tri-zone climate control and rear-passenger sunshades. The Autograph offers the Premium White Leather package, which adds quilted white leather seating with blue piping and blue Ultrasuede trim on the doors, dash and console lid.
|Basic||4 Years/60,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||6 Years/70,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||7 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||4 Years/Unlimited Miles|
2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC - The GLC costs more than the QX50, but it also comes with more standard equipment, an available V6 or AMG engine upgrade.
2020 Acura RDX - The Acura RDX costs about the same as the QX50 Pure, but it offers much more in the way of standard luxury amenities. It also holds its value better.
2020 Lincoln Corsair - The Corsair is slightly smaller than the QX50, but it too offers superior value and features, similar power from its turbocharged engine and more high-tech cabin equipment.
2020 Lexus NX - The Lexus NX offers a few more standard features, the option of a hybrid engine and superior resale value.
Used BMW X5 - For about the same price as a new QX50, you could get into a 2015-2017 BMW X5 and get more features, power and interior room as well as better performance.