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News Infiniti Prices 2022 QX55, Starting From $46,500

Infiniti Prices 2022 QX55, Starting From $46,500

2022 QX55 on sale in weeks

  • QX55 nearly at dealers in Canada and US

  • QX60 will follow by end of year


Infiniti‘s QX55 is just about to roll out to dealers in Canada and the US, and with that imminent arrival, the automaker has given us pricing for the crossover coupe. The 2022 Infiniti QX55 starts from $46,500 in the US and $51,995 for Canadian buyers, before destination and other fees.

The 2022 QX55 starts in Luxe trim with a 2.0L variable compression turbo engine, as well as all-wheel drive, 20-inch wheels, power moonroof, wireless CarPlay and Android Auto, and forward emergency braking with pedestrian detection. Essential at $51,600 ($56,998 Canadian) adds leather seats and Bose audio. Canadian Essential comes with ProAssist standard including LED lights, distance control, radar cruise, blind spot warnings, and adaptive front lights, an $800 package in the US. ProActive with ProPilot Assist, head-up display and adaptive steering is offered on US models for another $1,600.

Top-spec is the Sensory that adds ProPilot Assist and its accompanying features as well as a motion-activated tailgate, climate-controlled front seats, semi-aniline leather and open pore wood trim. That one starts for $57,050 US and $60,998 in Canada.

We’re looking forward to a new era for the brand, with an equal emphasis on excitement and total customer satisfaction,” said Infiniti Chairman Peyman Kargar. “That begins with the daring new QX55 soon, the breathtaking QX60 after, and plenty more to come.” The all-new QX60, based on the Monograph concept revealed last year, is set to arrive at showrooms by the end of this year.

 

 

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