Yeah thats what I noticed too unless im missing out on something. Seems like drivetrain is the only difference, but I wouldn't be surprised if there were special QX60 hybrid colors that are not available on the non-hybrid model.No much differences other than the conversion to a hybrid system with a 2.5 supercharged 4 cylinder engine and electric motor. Otherwise, everything else will be the same.
Is that all to upgrade to the hybrid model of the QX60, $3000 is a small price to hope on the hybrid bandwagon. .The "premium" price of the QX60 hybrid isn't that much at all, so I would say it's worth getting and wouldn't hesitate getting one. For $3000 more than a regular QX60, why not?
The JX had so many issues if you go on the other Jx forum all the guys are complaining about problems and the JX just came out not too long ago. I don't know about the QX60. If anything i'll wait for the revised and renew version of the QX60.No much differences other than the conversion to a hybrid system with a 2.5 supercharged 4 cylinder engine and electric motor. Otherwise, everything else will be the same.
it's still not impressive, QX60 base MPG is 21 combined while the QX60 hybrid is at 26mpg combined. Then there's the lexus RX450h that gets up to 32 city and 28 highway, for about 30MPG combined.I think it will totally be worth I forgot the exact number for the mpg but it was talked about to be one of the best mileage out of a seven seating SUV.