I'm curious. How has the transition gone? Do you miss anything? Things you like better in the 60? Why did you choose the QX60 over the QX80? Glad to hear you're enjoying the new vehicle.I have a similar experience. I just traded in a 2006 QX56 for a 2017 Qx60. Was looking at the Q7 but wasn't feeling it. I find the qx60 better appointed and more comfortable when compared against my wife's q5
Glad to hear you got around that accident and all was well. Did you ever take it back to the dealership to inquiry about the infotainment system though ?We just completed a 2,000 mile plus trip to the California coast from Washington state. Four adults, a full cargo space and full cargo box (including 2 sets of golf clubs). The last time we made this trip we had the 2013 JX35 which performed very well. I noticed a nice improvement in the handling of the QX60 and also noted an improvement in fuel economy. An average of 21 mpg vs. 18 mpg over the JX. The only problem we experienced was the navigation screen kept re-setting for a period of an hour. Couldn't figure out what caused it, however one of our passengers had a 10s unit running which may have interfered with the system. The car handled better than the JX on the windy curves. It would have been interesting to see how the 2017 performed with the newer engine. It would have been nice to have driven the QX80 with all the extras the wives purchased on the trip.
We did drive through a couple heavy snow showers where the car performed well. It kept traction and we did use the snow mode which helped. While coming down a steep grade in Oregon on I5, we came across a nasty accident which required an extreme evasive maneuver. The car handled nice.
I across the same on Amazon and liked the way it looks, has good reviews as well. Thanks!I'm using the Yakima Rocket Box 16. It fits perfect and holds a lot and can be opened on either side. What I like most is that you can't remove the key from the lock unless all three locking points are ingaged (comes in handy when you over load it). This way you know you have a good seal and it won't open accidentally. I got mine on sale at REI. They helped me by brining sever boxes out to the car to see which one fit best.
Nicely stated...We just traded our Audi Q7 TDI in on a new QX60. The Audi was a more expensive vehicle, by about $11k but not nearly as nice inside. The drivetrain was really really good on the Audi, but heaven forbid you have to repair something. Repairs are not cheap.
Prior to that she drove an Infiniti G37x which she loved. And I still drive to work.
After having an Infiniti for the past 7 years and then straying to Audi for a couple, we have come to appreciate that we are Infiniti people. Love the looks, the drive, the technology and the dependability.