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I have been periodically checking the Infinitiusa.com website. For the 2014 QX60 Model Year, they have increased the base price by $450 ($41,550 to $42,000 FWD or $44,550 to $45,000 Hybrid). I know auto makers usually have a mid-year price increase (although this seems somewhat early). Does anyone know how this increase compared to last year with the JX35?
 

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It basically just seems like a price increase to keep up with inflation. Not really anything to be concerned with. It will barely affect your monthly payments.
yeah that's all it is or something along the lines of it, definitely nothing to be concerned about especially when looking at what we're paying in full, it's a very minor increase.
 

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Upon further research, the base price last year at this time for the FWD JX35 was $41,250. Does anyone know what the base price was when it first came out?

As I mentiond I am PAYING CASH, so while I am not that largely concerned with price increase (I suspect all of QX60's competitors will marginally increase for inflation, too) I would still like to know the potential increase. I'm guessing it will probably go up another $300-$500 for the 2015s, unless they reconfigure what is offered on the base model. And to foreverJX's comment about the transmission, I personally would like to see them offer a traditional transmission instead of the CVT. However if they stick with the CVT, what happens with its reliability (or lack thereof) between now and next year when the 2015s come out will definitely factor into my decision.
 

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Infiniti raised prices across the board on cars for anything not currently sitting on a dealer lot. Most were around $4-500. QX80 was a lot more.
 
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