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  • Neil Cumins
    Automotive Editor - September 24, 2018


    The 2019 INFINITI QX80 is the Japanese marque’s flagship SUV. After a comprehensive redesign last year, the 2019 model year introduces a new range-topping Limited model, costing almost $25,000 more than the base Luxe version.

    What's New for 2019

    Every QX80 now comes with forward automatic emergency braking, incorporating pedestrian detection and predictive collision warning. However, the big news is the introduction of the Limited model, with all-wheel drive and the contents from four extra-cost packages on the Luxe as standard equipment.


    Choosing Your INFINITI QX80

    Measuring 210 inches in length and almost 76 inches in height, the QX80 can accommodate up to eight passengers. The second row hosts a pair of tip-up captain’s chairs, which can be swapped for a 60/40-split bench seat for $250.

    Regardless of its seating configuration, every INFINITI is powered by a 5.6-liter V8 gas engine, feeding 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque through a seven-speed automatic transmission. EPA-estimated fuel economy checks in at 14 miles per gallon city, 20 mpg highway, and 16 combined with rear-wheel drive, or 13/19/15 mpg (city/highway/combined) with four-wheel drive.

    While two-wheel-drive models apply this power to the rear wheels, four-wheel-drive versions adjust power between the front and rear axles according to either ambient conditions or driver-controlled settings. There are also high and low-range 4WD functions, while a limited slip braking system can redistribute torque from a spinning wheel to the other three for optimal traction.

    INFINITI offers the 2019 QX80 in two trims:


    The Luxe trim starts at $66,395 (all prices include the $1,295 destination charge), or $69,495 with four-wheel drive. Apart from the addition of INFINITI’s All-mode 4WD system, these two models are otherwise identical. That means every QX80 receives an automatically leveling rear suspension, and is capable of towing up to 8,500 pounds. Front and rear sonar is combined with four wide-angle cameras to create a 360-degree overview of the vehicle’s surroundings, with the ability to detect and warn the driver about moving objects.

    Six options packages are available on Luxe, including the Split Bench Seat Package ($250) and a 22-inch Tire and Wheel Package ($2,800) that brings all-season performance tires. The ProAssist Package ($2,550) is required to get the upgraded tires and wheels. It adds blind-spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, distance control assist, lane departure warning and prevention, and automatic emergency braking.

    It’s possible to keep the kids quiet(er) with the Theater Package ($2,150), which adds twin eight-inch color monitors to the rear seats with wireless headphones, a wireless remote control, a 120-volt outlet, and HDMI and USB inputs. The ProActive Package ($3,800) bundles bundles hydraulic body motion control and adaptive front lights with speed-sensitive power steering, headlight washers, and a smart rearview mirror. Finally, the Sensory Package ($2,200) includes a 15-speaker Bose sound system, a choice between two exclusive interior trims, leather seating, a stitched and leather-wrapped horn pad, an advanced climate control system, heated second-row seats, chrome mirror caps, second-row footwell lights, and second-row seats that you can remotely tip up.


    The QX80 Limited is priced from $91,095. It’s distinguished visually by dark 22-inch wheels, stainless steel running board caps, and satin chrome exterior trim, roof rails, and cross bars. The cabin gains matte silver ash wood trim, while the seats are clad in two-tone leather with embossed Limited badges alongside quilting and contrast piping. There’s suede headlining and leather grab handles, while the INFINITI logo appears in the illuminated kick plates and below the running board welcome lighting.

    More importantly, all of the features from the ProAssist, ProActive, Sensory, and Theather Packages from the Luxe trim are included on the Limited as standard. Consequently, there are no other packages offered, though notable options include Wi-Fi ($465) and a wireless smartphone charger ($250). Black, gray, and white paint are a $500 option on Limited QX80 models.

    CarsDirect Tip

    Given the considerable price hike over Luxe models, it’s hard to recommend the Limited. Buyers should choose the more affordable 2019 INFINITI QX80 and add any option packs they feel are important, such as the ProAssist Package that adds a number of welcome safety improvements.

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