2019 Infiniti QX80 Limited Starts At Over $91,000

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, Automotive Editor - August 23, 2018

To keep the Infiniti QX80 competitive in the ultra-luxurious large SUV segment, the automaker introduced a new range-topping Limited trim for 2019. Now, Infiniti has also confirmed pricing for the latest version of its biggest SUV.

The 2019 QX80 Limited starts at $91,095, which includes the hefty $1,295 destination fee. That's $24,700 more than the base trim's MSRP of $66,395 and considerably more than the $82,995 price tag of a loaded 2018 model.

Choosing the Limited brings upscale features like bespoke 22-inch wheels, Infiniti's ProActive speed-sensitive power-steering system, the brand's ProActive hydraulic Body Motion Control, an adaptive front lighting system with auto-leveling headlights, headlight washers, stainless steel running boards, auto-dimming and heated exterior mirrors, a smart rearview mirror, and satin chrome exterior trim.

Inside, the Limited also comes with an advanced climate control system, second-row footwell courtesy lights, a 120-volt power outlet, Ultrasuede pillars and headliner and embossed first- and second-row seatbacks.

You also get quilted semi-aniline leather-appointed seats, Alcantara seats with contrast piping and stitching, heated second-row seats, climate-controlled front seats, open pore Ash Wood trim, illuminated kick plates, and a Bose 15-speaker sound system. Extra safety features include lane departure warning & prevention, distance control assist and intelligent cruise control.

Compared to a fully-loaded 2018 QX80, an extra $8,100 sounds like a lot of money, but Infiniti certainly makes a case for upgrading as the Limited comes with a lot of extra luxury features. Having said that, the QX80 has some stiff competition.

From our time with the current QX80, we were impressed with the SUV's luxurious cabin and active safety features. The SUV, though, just can't compete with the options like the Lincoln Navigator, Cadillac Escalade, or Lexus LX 570, as it's arguably outclassed in the full-size SUV segment. The addition of the new Limited trim could help the QX80's case.

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, Automotive Editor

Based out of the Washington, D.C. area, Joel Patel is an automotive journalist that hails from Northern Virginia. His work has been featured on various automotive outlets, including Autoweek, Digital Trends, and Autoblog. When not writing about cars, Joel enjoys trying new foods, wrenching on his car, and watching horror movies. 

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