For 2020, the QX80 receives a new split-screen infotainment system, gains Apple CarPlay and Android Auto plus new features such as Rear Door Alert that reminds the driver to check the rear seat before leaving the vehicle. A new 7-in color monitor is added to the instrument cluster, while the top-line Bose audio system gets an upgrade to 17 speakers. New standard driver assists include blind spot monitoring, automatic emergency rear braking and lane-departure warning. See the 2020 Infiniti QX80 models for sale near you
If you're going to do it, do it right and get a loaded QX80 Limited. If you go with the Luxe, at least add the ProAssist, Sensory and ProActive packages. Find an Infiniti QX80 for sale
The 2020 Infiniti QX80 comes in two trims: Luxe and Limited. Luxe models offer the option of either RWD or AWD, while the Limited comes standard with AWD.
Standard equipment for the QX80 Luxe ($66,750 with 2-wheel drive (2WD) and $69,850 with AWD) includes a 13-speaker Bose audio system, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Intelligent Key keyless entry and push-button starting, a power sunroof, a power rear lift gate, LED head lamps, 10-way power driver and 8-way power passenger seats with 2-way power lumbar support, a heated steering wheel, tri-zone automatic climate control, a power tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, voice-activated hard-drive navigation, front and rear sonar parking aids and Bluetooth. The Around View 360-degree monitor is also standard. It uses cameras in the side mirrors, front grille and rear hatch to create 360-degree and bird's-eye views of the scene outside the car. The system also includes Moving Object Detection, which can detect moving objects within the top view (when in park) or from both the front and rear when backing up or moving forward, respectively. Standard safety assists include automatic emergency braking and collision warning, blind spot monitoring, automatic emergency rear braking and lane-departure warning.
The QX80's options list is composed mostly of packages. The ProActive package adds adaptive front lighting, Infiniti's Hydraulic Body Motion Control system, headlight washers and more. The ProAssist package includes Smart rearview mirror, blind spot mitigation, intelligent cruise control, distance-control assist and lane-departure mitigation. The Sensory package adds a 17-speaker Bose audio system, semi-aniline leather-quilted seating, Charcoal Burl trim, climate-controlled front seats, heated remote tip-up second-row seats, Plasmacluster air filtration and more.
The 22-in wheel package includes 22-in wheels, while the Theater package brings dual 8-in LCD screens and wireless headsets. The Split Bench package increases capacity from seven to eight by replacing the second-row captain's-chair seating with a split-folding bench seat. A Wi-Fi package is also available.
The Limited ($91,4503) trim includes all of the Luxe option package plus standard AWD. The only option is a $500 premium paint job.
|Basic||4 Years/60,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||6 Years/70,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||7 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||4 Years/Unlimited Miles|
2020 Lexus LX 570 -- There's no contest here. The QX80 is superior in terms of ride, comfort, handling, power, towing and fuel economy. The LX 570 might have an advantage in resale, but that's about all we can think of.
2020 Cadillac Escalade -- The Escalade offers two body lengths, the longer of which has a larger cargo hold than the QX80. Although it has more hp and torque, the Escalade can't tow as much weight as the QX80.
2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS -- The GLS isn't as large as the QX80, and it drives a bit better and has a far more advanced instrument cluster. Plus, you can opt for a turbocharged V6 or twin-turbo V8 rated at 483 hp. But a comparably equipped GLS costs more than the QX80.