The QX60 is Infiniti’s 7-Passanger crossover that without a serious restraint to budget can easily handle half the soccer team, a day at the shopping mall and daily commute with all the style and comfort from Infinity. After some tweaks in the steering and suspension system in 2016, it added to this plush people-hauler’s capacity. Overall, the QX60 is a solid choice as a high-end family carrier. The base trim for the QX60 has standard FWD with AWD As optional. The QX60 Hybrid is also returning for the 2017 model year and will be covered in a different review. Other features in the QX60 are: Personal assistant service featuring 24/7 concierge availability, soundproofing, restyled headlights and taillights. Cargo capacity in this vehicle is boosted at 76.5 cu ft. when the rear seats are folded. Not bad for a mid-size vehicle in its class. This is because it has a higher roofline than the QX50 and QX70 Powering the QX60 is a 3.5 Liter V6 engine that connects continuously to a variable transmission (CVT) to generate 265 hp and 248 lb/ft torque. It is expected that the 2017 model year QX60 will mirror its predecessor in gas mileage with numbers 21/27/23 mpg for FWD and 19/26/22 with AWD. Some of the exterior features that are expected to return are: tri-zone automatic climate control, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, rearview camera, remote garage door opener, telescoping tilt-wheel steering, cruise control, full power accessories, reclining rear seats, heated power-adjustable front seats, leather upholstery, rear spoiler, power sunroof, power lift gate and 18-inch alloy wheels. Entertainment wise, satellite radio, USB port, single CD/MP3 player, 6 Speakers, an auxiliary audio input, Bluetooth audio streaming, and Infiniti Connection infotainment and telematics. Infinity offers upgrading packages that are optional. The Premium has some of these features: boast remote engine start, heated steering wheel, 13-Speaker Bose premium sound system, enhanced keyless entry, memory for driver settings and keyless ignition. The Premium Plus package includes front and rear park sensors, surround camera system and an 8-inch touchscreen for GPS navigation system .They also feature a Theatre Package that offers rear-seat DVD entertainment. Standard safety equipment for the upcoming year’s QX60 will include 4-wheel antilock brakes (ABS), traction and stability control, front side-mounted airbags, 3-row head curtain airbags, front fog/driving lights, turn-signal-integrated mirrors, and high-intensity-discharge (HID) headlights. A post-collision safety system and a remote antitheft alarm are also expected to come standard for 2017. The QX60 also offers a Driver Assistance package that includes Active trace control, which coordinates throttle and braking functions in tight corners, adaptive cruise control, blind spot alerts, reverse and front collision warnings with automatic braking. Some competitors for the QX60 are the BMW X5, Volvo XC90, Acura MDX.