View Photos of the 2021 Infiniti QX80

2021 infiniti qx80


Instead of Luxe and Limited, we now have Luxe, Premium Select, and Sensory. The latter includes every available option and costs $6,970 less than last year’s model. Based on the Nissan Armada (and the foreign-market Nissan Patrol), the QX80 isn’t the freshest SUV, but it represents good value in a segment where six-figure price tags are growing increasingly common.

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While outpowered by the Lincoln Navigator’s turbo V-6, the QX80’s naturally aspirated 5.6-liter V-8 makes a respectable 400 horsepower.

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Sensory models get standard rear-seat entertainment. But the in-dash DVD player was axed in 2020.

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One more Sensory hardware upgrade: steering assist that’s based on vehicle speed rather than engine speed. It’s nice and hefty feeling.

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The new mid-level model, Premium Select, looks an awfully lot like last year’s Edition 30, which also had dark 22-inch wheels.

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The Sensory trim brings a hydraulic anti-roll system that delivers a serene ride.

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With a maximum tow rating of 8,500 pounds, the QX80 can haul a sizable boat or camper trailer.

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The QX80 can tow like a truck, but it also gets fuel economy like one: an EPA combined estimate of 15 mpg for 4WD models.

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With 1,339 deliveries in April 2020, the QX80 had its best April ever.

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This generation debuted in 2011 as the QX56 under Infiniti’s old displacement-based naming conventions.

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Also standard for 2021: a video-feed rearview mirror that delivers a view behind the vehicle even if a pile of road-trip gear is blocking the rear window.

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