The QX60 debuted in 2012 as the Infiniti JX35, and was available in the United States as a 2013 model. Nissan decided to revamp its naming system for all 2014 vehicles in its lineup, so the JX became the QX60, with the "QX" designating it as an SUV model. A Hybrid model was also introduced at the same time. It is Nissan's very first three-row crossover in the midsize segment, and it shares a platform with its fellow Nissan midsize SUV, the Pathfinder.
The QX60 has already cemented a strong position among competing midsize SUV models. It has ample seating for the whole family, a streamlined electronics interface, and offers a quiet, comfortable ride. Fuel economy is good with the hybrid model.