2023 Infiniti QX55 Gets More Standard Features, But It’s $2,650 More Expensive Too
Infiniti announced today that the 2023 QX55 crossover coupe will start at $49,150. That marks a $2,650 increase over the base model’s MSRP in 2022, which was $46,500 (all prices exclude destination fees).
For the 2023 model year, the Infiniti QX55 will offer however more features as standard. That includes perforated leather upholstery, 20-inch wheels, power-folding and heated side mirrors, four-way power lumbar adjustment for the driver, and rear doors with integrated LED welcoming lights. The automaker has also added a Type-C USB port for rear passengers.
Infiniti’s advanced driver assistance system, ProPILOT Assist will also be included regardless of which grade you choose.
The QX55 also comes, as standard, with Infiniti Premium Care, a three-year maintenance program that will be available on all 2023MY vehicles. It adds benefits like free inspections, oil changes, tire rotations, and more.
The 2023 QX55 retains its three-trim lineup, which is composed of the base Luxe trim, the mid-level Essential trim, and the range-topping Sensory trim.
In addition to all the standard equipment, the Essential trim adds Traffic Sign Recognition to the crossover’s suite of technology and is distinguished by unique “cube design” LED headlights. The trim now starts at $54,250, again up by $2,650 over the 2022 QX55 Essential, which started at $51,600.
The Sensory grade, finally, adds heated second-row outboard seats and four-way adjustable lumbar support for the passenger seat. Prices for the top trim start at $57,800, which is up just $750 from the same trim last year.
Power for the QX55 once again comes from Infiniti’s VC-Turbo 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. It makes 268 hp (200 kW/272 PS) and 280 lb-ft (380 Nm) of torque, funneled to all four wheels via a CVT transmission with “shift by wire” technology.
The 2023 Infiniti QX55 will start arriving in U.S. showrooms this summer.