2022 Infiniti QX50 starts at $40,025

Price goes up on four of five trims, but provides more standard equipment

Infiniti upped prices on the 2022 QX50, but at the very least some of the MSRP rise approaches new features. Nissan’s high-end arm made ProPilot Help requirement for all five trims, the driver support collection consists of technology like guiding aid, smart cruise ship control, speed restriction help, and range control aid. Apple CarPlay is another included item for next year’s model, as well as an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and extra soft-touch luxuries for the rear quarters with keyless access able to be triggered by the back doors now, LED welcome lights in the rear door handles, and also a USB-C port for the aft chairs.

The first four qualities are front-drivers; adding all-wheel drive adds $2,000 to the tab. For 2022, leading front-wheel drive Autograph bows out, making AWD the de facto criterion. The trims and their rates after the $1,025 destination cost, plus their differences from the 2021 model, are:

Pure: $40,025 ($ 950).
Luxe: $43,375 ($ 750).
Vital: $47,825 ($ 2,000).
Sensory: $52,525 ($ 1,400).
Autograph AWD $57,975 (no change).
In addition to the other newly conventional equipment, the Crucial trim picks up a heated steering wheel, 16-speaker Bose Performance Collection audio, climate-controlled pole positions,.

Luxe fits “leather-appointed seats,” and also uses an updated Appearance Plan for $1,200. The bundle is made up of black mirror caps, body shade rear diffuser, black mesh grille, black fender accents, a black liftgate finisher, and 20-inch black-painted, machine-finished wheels. A graphite headliner finishes the package inside.

Sensory arrests some attributes previously scheduled for the Autobiography, like “leather-appointed” perforated seats, four-way traveler power-seat back change, warmed outboard seats in the second row, ultrasuede indoor trim, as well as a motion-activated liftgate.

The eight-strong color palette welcomes a new Slate Gray color. Mechanicals do not alter, every model powered by a 2.0-liter inline-four cyndrical tube with 268 horsepower and also 280 pound-feet of torque, routing its output with a continuously-variable transmission. The 2022 Infiniti QX50 ought to reach dealers later on this month.