2022 Infiniti QX55 Will Be Considerably More Expensive Than QX50

    Infinitiā€˜s new QX55 fastback compact crossover, which is based on the squareback QX50, will arrive at dealerships in April. The coupelike SUV will start at $47,525 and will compete with the likes of the BMW X4 and the Mercedes-Benz GLC-class coupe when it goes on sale in April, although both German SUVs start over $50,000.

    All QX55s come standard with a 268-hp variable-compression turbocharged four-cylinder engine paired with all-wheel drive (the QX50 has the option of front- or all-wheel drive) as well as a set of 20-inch wheels and wireless Apple CarPlay capability. The base price is for the Luxe model, which comes equipped with a sunroof, heated front seats, aluminum interior trim, and a Wi-Fi hotspot, which was new on the 2021 QX50.

    The mid-level Essential model starts at $52,625 and adds a navigation system, heated and cooled front seats, a 360-degree camera, and a 16-speaker Bose sound system. A ProASSIST package is also available on the QX55 Essential for $800, which includes LED headlights as well as safety features such as adaptive cruise control and blind-spot monitoring. The top-of-the-line Sensory model includes a semi-aniline leather interior with wood trim and ambient lighting, and it starts at $58,075.

    The 2022 Infiniti QX55 will be at dealerships in April starting at $47,525 for the base Luxe model and topping out at $58,075 for the luxurious Sensory model. A new QX60 three-row SUV will arrive later in the year, Infiniti says, along with several other new products.

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