MSRP* $50,150 - $58,650
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Don't Overpay for Your New INFINITI QX55

2024 INFINITI QX55 Overview

One look at the Infiniti lineup, and you know there’s something special about the QX55. It’s the brand’s only vehicle with a model designation that doesn’t end in an even factor of 10: Q50, Q60, QX50, QX55, QX60 and QX80. Its low alphanumeric tells you this is a compact SUV, and that extra five means it’s like the QX50, but with a fashionable sloping roofline. Otherwise, it’s a QX50. And aside from a revised center console that now incorporates a wireless charging pad, plus a newly standard rear door alert, the QX55 is unchanged for the 2024 model year.

Powertrain Specs and MPG
Like the QX50, the 2024 QX55 is powered by Infiniti’s innovative and wildly complex turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that has a variable compression ratio. It puts out 268 horsepower and 280 pounds-feet of torque and is paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission. All QX55s are all-wheel drive, and the EPA rates the model at 22/28/25 mpg city/highway/combined.

Standard Safety System for All
Infiniti fits every QX55 with a full complement of advanced driver-assist systems, including forward collision warning with pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking, rear automatic emergency braking, blind spot monitors, lane departure warning and automatic high beams. The brand’s ProPilot Assist system, which incorporates adaptive cruise control and active lane departure steering assist, is also standard across the line. A 360-degree parking camera system is standard on the two higher trim levels, Essential and Sensory, as well.

Availability and Pricing
The 2024 Infiniti QX55 goes on sale later this month. Full line pricing, including $1,195 for delivery, is as follows:

  • Luxe: $51,195
  • Essential: $56,145
  • Sensory: $59,695
Standard equipment on the Luxe includes 20-inch wheels, LED headlights, a power moonroof, a power liftgate, keyless entry and starting, leather upholstery, power-adjustable front seats that are heated, dual-zone climate control, a six-speaker audio system, and a split-touchscreen infotainment system with an 8-inch upper screen and 7-inch lower display, wired Android Auto and wireless Apple CarPlay.

The Essential trim level adds adaptive headlights that turn with the steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, navigation, a 16-speaker Bose sound system, and a surround-view parking camera system with front and rear parking sensors.
At the top of the line, the Sensory features a hands-free liftgate with a kick sensor, upgraded leather with heated outboard rear seats, open-pore maple wood trim, three-zone climate control, ambient interior lighting and a head-up display.

Sibling Rivalry
Equipment levels and the trim-level designations don’t line up perfectly between the QX50 and QX55, but the latter runs more expensive than a roughly equivalent AWD QX50. The QX50 has more room for rear passengers and cargo, which makes the QX55 primarily a style choice.

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