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News 2022 Infiniti QX55 Priced From $46,500 In The US, $51,995 In Canada

2022 Infiniti QX55 Priced From $46,500 In The US, $51,995 In Canada

Loaded with features and technology, the 2022 QX55 will show its provocative side when it arrives in showrooms

  • AWD, 20-inch wheels, and more included as standard.

  • Will be offered in three trims: Luxe, Essential, and Sensory.

  • It arrives in dealerships this April.

The new 2022 Infiniti QX55 is the QX50’s non-identical twin which means that it will share many of its components. Physically, it truncates its rear quarters in exchange for a coupe-like profile and maintains the SUV’s overall stylish appearance. The QX55 will be priced from $46,500 in the US, $51,995 in Canada, for the base Luxe version.


Base isn’t exactly the right word to describe this entry-level 2022 Infiniti QX55. It includes the brand’s Intelligent AWD system, 268-horsepower VC-Turbo 4-cylinder engine paired to a Continuously Variable Transmission, 20-inch wheels, wireless Apple CarPlay, dual-screen InTouch system with 8-inch upper and 7-inch lower touchscreens, and a complete suite of active safety features.

The Essential, priced at $51,600 in the US, adds Navigation, perforated cooled leather seats, a heated steering wheel, Bose premium audio, and more. In the US, the ProAssist package, which includes Intelligent Cruise Control, Distance Control Assist, Blind Spot Intervention, and Lane Departure Prevention, is optional in the US. In Canada, the Essential include ProAssist and is priced at $56,998.

The top-line Sensory includes supple semi-aniline leather seats, natural open-pore wood trim accents, tri-zone automatic climate control, a motion-activated liftgate, and more safety features such as Traffic Sign Recognition, Direct Adaptive Steering. It is priced from $57,050 in the US and $60,998 in Canada.

Interested US customers can reserve their 2022 QX55 as of today and through this program, hand-raisers will have the opportunity to select from a gift once the lease or purchase is completed.

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