2024 Infiniti QX60: Plenty of Room Inside, Fellas

If you’re a man who needs plenty of room and can start at about $50K US, the 2024 Infiniti QX60 would be a good place to start your search engines (as in ‘gentlemen, start your engines’).

So much can be said about this gentle bear that really does make an entrance, and, well, much of it has already been said, rather nicely:

“Upscale interior, spacious first and second-row seating, ample cargo capacity, many standard features…” Yes, that’s what U.S. News and World Report has said, but really, I was going to say that as well because, well, it’s true. 

Imagine yourself under The Big Top (ya know, like the circus) and also imagine that it’s large and luxurious and everything is going on and you are just lovin’ it.  That’s how I felt driving the QX60, which is deemed to be just a Midsized SUV.  Well IMHO, it’s a big ole honker.  And more than just that…..

Truly, plenty ‘o room inside, fellas.

Yes, this is considered a Midsized Luxury SUV.  Clearly, there is luxury, but midsized? The fun can go even bigger if you get the QX80, which I reviewed Last Fall. Ya know, just in case you need an even bigger top – for clowns and elephants and dancing Bears. (Older Bears will get that reference.)

When you have all the windows rolled up on the new QX60, you will hear the quiet (caution is advised here).  When you sit your arse in the leather seats, you will swear you are in the best cigar / whiskey / leather bar in town, all while ‘gliding’ to your favorite Gay / Bear / Caber Toss / Hot Dog Eating event.  

All for Cinco de Mayo, of course. 

295 horses power the V6 engine that give this gentle bear its roar, and you can feel it while rolling down the motorways of your fabulous life. 

For all your Bear gear, you will get 14.5 cubic feet of space with the third row of seats up and just over 75 cubic feet of space when you put the second row of seats down. Yes, there is a third row of seats, but I would advise that you keep this as seating for just four or five bears. 

Plus, a power liftgate is standard, making it easy to load all your designer luggage and sound equipment without fidgeting with your keys or sodas.

(I tested the top-tier Autograph trim, which comes with All-Wheel Drive and second-row captain’s chairs; very nice, starting at $63,200 US.)

As always, please test drive before you buy.  And see what insurance will cost you. And make sure you have a place to park it too.

Nothing like coming home from the nursery only to find that your crib is just a little too cramped. 

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