While the infotainment used to be a big drag on the Q60’s spec sheet, the wait for a better system is finally over. Apple CarPlay or Android Auto are now available, which is a huge plus. In the end, it’s a wash for the Q60 at 6 for features. 

The lack of simple smartphone integration was a big black mark for the entire Infiniti lineup. With that now on the table, the Q60 and its siblings’ stocks are rising in the luxury segment. All-wheel drive can be added to any Q60 trim for $2,000. 

Standard equipment on Pure models includes 19-inch wheels, eight-way power adjustable seats, synthetic leather upholstery, keyless ignition, dual touchscreens for infotainment (7.0 and 8.0 inches), two USB charge ports, Bluetooth connectivity, and LED headlights. This will all run you about $42,000. 

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