Infiniti redesigned its QX50 SUV for 2019, and for 2021 the automaker is including extra consolation and security options, together with a small value improve. The 2021 QX50 begins $700 more than last year at $38,975 (all costs embody destination) for the entry-level Pure trim with front-wheel drive.
From least to costliest, the QX50 is once more obtainable in Pure, Luxe, Important, Sensory and Autograph trims with front- or all-wheel drive. Extra normal options have been added on all trim ranges, together with two security options: rear-seat-mounted side-impact supplemental airbags and automated collision notification with emergency name system. Acoustic laminated entrance facet glass and Wi-Fi hot-spot functionality at the moment are additionally normal on all fashions.
On Luxe trims, heated entrance seats be part of the comfort requirements record in addition to a number of security programs: good cruise management, distance management help, blind spot help, lane departure prevention and ProPilot Help. Luxe fashions begin at $42,525 for 2021, a rise of $1,250. Out there on Luxe trims this 12 months is a brand new Look Bundle that provides 20-inch black-painted wheels, black mirror caps, darkish chrome accents, a mesh black grille and a graphite headliner.
Uplevel trims additionally add additional requirements for 2021. Site visitors signal recognition and the beforehand non-compulsory Local weather Bundle now come on the Important trim, which is $600 greater than the model-year 2020 model at $45,725.
A head-up show is now normal on Sensory fashions, which begins $1,100 greater than final 12 months at $51,025. The Autograph trim provides the direct adaptive steering system as normal for 2021 and is $350 greater than final 12 months at $55,225.
The 2021 Infiniti QX50 is on sale now.
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