This week we take a first look at the 2022 Infiniti QX60. We discuss how the three-row luxury SUV has evolved over the years and how some elements of the redesign made the controls less user-friendly. We also share some buying advice for a viewer who wants to drive a convertible, all-year round in Canada.
0:00-18:23 – 2022 Infiniti QX60 First Impressions
18:25-21:35 – Question #1: What’s the best advice on driving a rear-drive convertible in the winter months?
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Lol Ryan is my kind of guy. WOT from any stop.
Let’s hear it from the crew!
Looks fantastic all around except those chrome exhaust plates. Not a deal breaker though. Glad they dropped the CVT. Does anyone know if this car has the same 9 speed transmission as the Honda’s?
Funny that you had to raise the seat so much that you couldn’t use the armrests anymore.
I never use an armrests and I have a FX37.
everyone is acting like 6 cylinders are gone from family suvs? The mdx, x5, q7, pilot, highlander, rx, qx60 an passport all have them….
I’m sorry, Jen, I have to disagree about the shifter saving real estate. Maybe it saves air space above it, but the footprint of that shifter is almost the same as if it had a stalk.
It’s just change for the sake of change.