The Infiniti QX50 isn’t our favorite luxury SUV. Though it offers a nice place to while away miles, the QX50 initially rubbed us the wrong way by relegating its best features, such as Infiniti’s ProPilot Assist driver assistance tech, to the priciest trims. That changes for 2021, as even lesser QX50 models are now available with the feature. There are also a number of smaller updates, including a new paint color called Mineral Black.
The QX50 comes in five different trim levels, all of which offer available all-wheel drive. All models now feature rear seat-mounted side airbags, an automatic collision notification system (that alerts authorities if an impact is detected), acoustic-laminated front-side glass, and a Wi-Fi hotspot. Step up from the base Pure model to the higher-end Luxe-trim and you get even more standard goodies.
Heated front seats, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, and the brand’s aforementioned ProPilot Assist are all added to the trim’s standard features list. Additionally, Infiniti adds a newly optional appearance package to the Luxe trim that adds black 20-inch wheels, black mirror caps, black chrome accents, a blacked-out grille, and a dark headliner to the compact crossover.
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Opt for the Qx50 Sensory and Infiniti adds previously optional items such as a head-up display and the Climate package (cooled front seats, tri-zone automatic climate control, and rear window sunshades) to the standard features menu. The top-of-the-line Autograph trim, meanwhile, adds adaptive steering, while the Tow package now comes standard on QX50 Autographs equipped with all-wheel drive.
Prices for the base 2021 QX50 Pure start at $38,975, a $700 price jump from 2020. Things only go up from there.
2021 Infiniti QX50 Pricing
QX50 Pure: $38,975
QX50 Luxe: $42,525
QX50 Essential: $45,725
QX50 Sensory: $51,025
QX50 Autograph: $55,225
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