2015 INFINITI Q60 Overview

John Diether
Automotive Editor - November 25, 2014

A luxury coupe with strong performance credentials, the Q60 appeals to grown-up drivers who haven't forgotten how to have fun. Its blend of sophistication, athleticism and style makes for an upscale ride that's a bit off the beaten path, and delightfully so.

What's New For 2015

A Limited trim level debuts, taking the place of the discontinued IPL.

Choosing Your INFINITI Q60

You might expect a standard four-cylinder in an entry-level luxury coupe, but every Q60 gets a 3.7-liter V6 engine that pumps out 330 horsepower. The seven-speed automatic transmission can be swapped out for a six-speed manual on certain models if you're so inclined. The optional all-wheel drive system comes only with the automatic. The rear-drive Q60 hustles from zero to 60 mph in about 5.7 seconds.

The Q60 is offered in five trim levels with certain mechanical differences:


Comes with rear-drive and the automatic transmission, plus leather upholstery, power front seats, 18-inch wheels, keyless ignition, Bluetooth phone and a rearview camera. The six-speaker sound system features a six-CD changer and satellite radio.

The Premium package (required before adding any other packages) adds driver memory and lumbar controls, a sunroof, rear parking sensors, an upgraded 11-speaker Bose sound system and a power-adjustable steering wheel. Models so equipped can get the Navigation package, which includes Bluetooth audio and voice controls. Next up is the Sport package with summer performance tires on 19-inch wheels, paddle shifters, a limited-slip differential, sports seats, and sport-tuned suspension, steering and braking systems. Only after you've added all three of those packages can you opt for the Technology package, which throws in adaptive cruise control, pre-collision seatbelt tensioners, automatic wipers and an upgraded climate control system with advanced air filtration.


Carries the Journey's equipment and options, plus all-wheel drive (which is exclusive to this trim).


Gets the six-speed manual transmission, plus all the upgrades in the Premium, Navigation and Sport packages.

Q60S Limited MT

Same as above, but with a revised close-ratio six-speed manual and a hand-pull parking brake.

Q60S Limited

Reverts to the seven-speed automatic and then adds even more aggressive suspension tuning and gloss black exterior trim.

CarsDirect Tip

Selecting one of the S models is blessedly simple since all the Premium, Navigation and Sport contents are standard, and there are no other options available. All you really need to do is pick the transmission. The main reason for sticking with the Journey (or its AWD twin) is to get the Technology package.

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