Two Infinitis...and Beyond: Pricing for the 2014 QX50 and QX80 SUVs

By Jacob Brown | July 26, 2013
Earlier this week, we brought you pricing on the Infiniti QX60 and QX70 crossovers, formerly the JX35 and FX, respectively. Infiniti, that up-and-coming Japanese luxury make that has nothing but "Q" and "QX" names now, has just brought us pricing on its largest SUV--the QX80 (formerly the QX56) and its smallest, the QX50 (formerly the EX35). We're going to start with the larger, and frankly more interesting, QX80, which starts at $62,345, including $995 for destination and handling, for a rear-wheel-drive version. That's unchanged from the 2013 Infiniti QX56's pricing. All-wheel drive brings that price up to $65,445. From there, options are fairly limited: Theater package ($3,100), upgraded wheels and tires ($2,450), Deluxe Touring package ($4,650), and Technology package ($3,250). A bench seat in the middle instead of captain's chairs is available at no extra cost. Paragraphimage The smaller Infiniti QX50 comes in at $35,395, including $995 for destination and handling, for a base, rear-wheel-drive model. Adding all-wheel drive drives the cost up $1,400. The uplevel Infiniti QX50 Journey comes in at $37,745, and all-wheel drive comes in $1,400 above that. All of those prices reflect a $2,500 price drop for the 2014 model year, perhaps representative of the cheaper yen that has made prices more competitive in the U.S. Options for the QX50 include a Premium package ($3,050), Deluxe Touring package ($2,400), and Technology package ($2,750). The QX80 comes powered by a 390-horsepower, 5.6-liter V-8, and the QX50 has but a mere 325 horsepower from its 3.7-liter V-6. Both are on sale now. Source: Infiniti
  • 2014 Infiniti Qx50 Front
  • 2014 Infiniti Qx80 Front Quarter
 
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