2015 INFINITI QX50 Values

Select a 2015 INFINITI QX50 trim level

2015 model year changes

The Infiniti QX50 is unchanged for 2015.

Competitive comparison

Lots of high-tech gear; sleek styling inside and out; competitive price

Special features for 2015

The Infiniti QX50 has a slew of standard luxury features, even on the base model. Upgrading to the QX50 Journey trim level with all-wheel drive costs less than four thousand dollars over the base price. The 3.7L V6 engine is quite capable for most on-road SUV needs and the list of standard safety measures is extensive. Additionally, the 2-wheel-drive QX50 features an impressive rating of 17 mpg city and 25 mpg highway.
While some may know it by its former name, the EX, the Infiniti QX50 is the smallest crossover that the company makes, based in part upon the popular G37 sedan that was discontinued. This five-passenger crossover comes in two trim levels: Base and Journey. You can get both trim types in either all-wheel drive or front-wheel drive. Standard, there is much to please the eyes. 18” stock alloy wheels, auto-headlights, leather interior, heated mirrors, two-zone automatic climate control, powered seats (front), 60/40-splitting rear bench, 7” touchscreen command console with GPS and backup camera, and a six-speaker premium sound system are all desirable amenities. Upgrade to the Journey package and enjoy added features like real wood interior trim, sunroof and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as an upgraded 11-speaker Bose surround sound system, to name a few. A capable 3.7-liter V6 engine churns out 325 horsepower at 267 pound-feet of torque, making an EPA estimated 20 mpg combined. The 4-year/60,000-mile warranty offered by Infiniti will put your mind at ease about ownership of this luxury crossover.