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Car and Driver: (Q) Sixty Dollars: Infiniti Announces 2017 Q60 Pricing


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2017 Infiniti Q60S


Nissan’s luxury division has made quite a bit of noise about its nearly here Q60 sports coupe. And with good reason, the thing’s an absolute looker, and a necessary step in the brand’s return to relevance. Today, Infiniti released initial pricing for the Q60 2.0t and 3.0t models in both RWD and AWD trim. Act in the near future, and the company promises to throw in extra goodies in an attempt to make it worth your while.


The most basic model, the Q6 2.0t with rear-wheel drive, starts at $39,855. Add AWD for $2000 more, or for $42,205, you can move up a rung to the 2.0t Premium model. All-wheel drive once again carries a $2000 premium. If you can’t live without Nissan’s new twin-turbo V-6, a 3.0t Premium model starts at $45,205, and AWD will add—you guessed it, Marty—2000 ducats to the sticker. Those with a jones for the hotter Red Sport 400 model will need to sit on their hands a while longer, as Infiniti has yet to announce pricing for the sportiest of Q60s, though we expect it to come in around $60,000.


2017 Infiniti QX60


In an attempt to make early reservation more appealing, Infiniti’s offering a thank-you goodie for those who order now. Buyers can choose from a GoPro Hero4 Silver action camera, a Bose SoundTouch 20 Series II wireless music system, one night at a Rosewood hotel, or a Tumi Tegra-Lite carry-on bag. But that’s not all! Act quickly and receive a “specially curated culinary experience”! We like to think this involves dining atop a pile of rare books with a Vermeer used as a tabletop. We did not call Infiniti to confirm this, as we did not want our hopes dashed. Intenders, however, might want to give their local dealer a ring to confirm our dream’s veracity.




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