Infiniti QX60 Interior
Reviewers agree that the 2014 Infiniti QX60's cabin is a model of quality craftsmanship and high-end materials, noting that its metal and wood accents give the interior a classy feel. The QX60 also earns high marks for its accommodating seats in all three rows, which isn't the case with all vehicles in the class.
- "With a rich combination of leather, wood and metal accents, this is a classy Infiniti interior in every respect." -- Edmunds
- "The crossover's cabin features high quality materials along with a dashboard and chunky center stack inspired by the automaker's M mid-size sedan." -- Left Lane News
- "The JX's cabin is a simple and classy space, with cushy front thrones and the usual barrage of Infiniti-grade supple leather, soft plastics, and textured wood accents." -- Motor Trend (2013)
The QX60 can seat up to seven people in three rows. Leather upholstery and heated, power-adjustable front seats are standard. Heated second-row outboard seats, cooled front seats and a heated steering wheel are optional. Test drivers praise the QX60 for having accommodating seats for adults in all three rows, which is rare for the class. Reviewers are also impressed with how easy it is to access the third row, thanks to a mechanism that allows the second-row seat to fold forward.
- "And the QX doesn't fake the three-row deal; it's the real thing, with enough space for adults along with a handy second-row seat-folding mechanism that makes third-row access a breeze." -- Edmunds
- "The second row adjusts fore and aft to allow the proper mix of legroom and cargo-carrying capacity, and makes it uncommonly easy to access the third row. You can even enter the rear-most row with a child safety seat already attached in the second row, which is nearly impossible in other luxury 3-row SUVs." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "Passenger space is plentiful, with even the third row possessing enough room for adults. The second row can slide forward as far as 5.5 inches to accommodate particularly vertically-gifted third-row occupants." -- Left Lane News
The 2014 Infiniti QX60 comes standard with a six-speaker stereo, Bluetooth phone connectivity, a USB port, a backup camera and tri-zone automatic climate control. Major options include navigation, Bluetooth audio streaming, 13- or 15-speaker Bose stereo systems and Infiniti's Around View monitor, which provides a 360-degree view around the vehicle. Optional driver assistance and safety features include blind spot and forward collision warning, lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control.
Reviewers appreciate that the QX60's climate and stereo controls are simple to use, with real knobs and buttons rather than confusing on-screen menus. The Around View monitor system is also well-liked for providing an expansive view around the vehicle.
- "The infotainment system, which comprises a touchscreen, rotary knob and traditional buttons, is straightforward and easy to use, and numerous nifty options - like an 'Around View' camera system that provides a bird's-eye view of surroundings during parking maneuvers - are available." -- Left Lane News
- "While some form of intelligent cruise control isn't all that rare on today's luxury vehicles, the Distance Control Assist function is. In the Infiniti JX, it prompts the driver to release the throttle and applies the brakes in slowing traffic even if the driver is not paying as much attention as he or she should be." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "… the Infiniti allows all the major climate and audio functions to be accessed via the center stack, meaning you only have to go within the 8-inch center screen for little-used tasks or the navigation system." -- Edmunds
- "The navigation system features a clear, bright eight-inch screen and simple commands that can be quickly executed without much practice. The Around View Monitor camera system is simply brilliant when backing up; we are convinced there is no better system on the market today." -- Autoblog (2013)
The Infiniti QX60 offers 15.8 cubic feet of cargo space behind the third row of seats, which can be expanded by folding down the second and third rows. While one reviewer says the QX60 can't hold as much cargo as some rivals, another seems pleased with the available space.
- "Although cabin room is generous for passengers, cargo capacity tops out at 76.5 cubic feet with the second and third-row seats folded. That's not a bad number for a luxury crossover, but the Enclave and MDX give you more space." -- Edmunds
- "Both the 2nd- and 3rd-row seats fold flat to create a fairly expansive cargo area. The load floor is flat but not quite level, though. JX sports a very handy covered well behind the 3rd row. Cabin storage consists of a decently sized glovebox and a nice, deep center console." -- Consumer Guide (2013)