Fully equipped 2018 Infiniti QX80 large SUV is priced $86,495 in the US

Article by Christian A., on December 15, 2017

Infiniti has commenced sales of the new 2018 Infiniti QX80 full-size luxury sports utility vehicle. Aside from the standard specs and optional features, potential customers would want to know how much they would have to shell out to acquire a new 2018 Infiniti QX80.

Thankfully, Infiniti’s online configurator for the new QX80 is now accessible in the United States. This means that anyone could pick and personalize their own 2015 QX80 without even having to go an Infiniti dealership. They could choose the specs, exterior colors, interior elements as well as details and features, while also knowing the price they have to pay.

Of course, as a large luxury SUV, the new 2018 Infiniti QX80 isn't really affordable. Built to cater to more affluent buyers looking for a spacious and luxurious three-row SUV, the base version of the Infiniti QX80 is available at a base Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price of $64,750. When the destination charge of $995 is taken into account, the price is at $65,745. This applies to a base 2018 Infiniti QX80 with a rear-wheel drive configuration, a 5.6-liter V8 engine delivering 400 hp of output and 413 lb.-ft. of torque and seven-speed automatic transmission.

The rear-wheel drive base version comes standard with a 20 x 8.0-inch, aluminum-alloy wheels with 275/60R20 all-season tires, independent double-wishbone front and rear suspensions, engine-speed-sensitive power steering, Class IV tow hitch, moon roof, wood trim, leather-appointed seating, second-row captain's chairs with tip-up easy entry for third-row, as well as power 60/40-split fold-flat and reclining third-row seats. Also standard are Bose 13-speaker Premium Audi system, eight-inch WVGA color touch-screen display, Tri-Zone Automatic Temperature Control System, Infiniti InTouch Navigation, Infiniti InTouch Services Safety, and Around View Monitor (AVM) with Moving Object Detection (MOD) as well as Front and Rear Sonar System. Also included in the base version of the new QX80 are Infiniti Advanced Air Bag System (AABS), Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) with Traction Control System (TCS), Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) as well as other standard features. Standard exterior colors include Black Obsidian, Graphite Shadow, Hermosa Blue, Liquid Platinum and Smokey Quartz.

For potential customers satisfied with the entry-level Infiniti QX80 but want an all-terrain capability, they just need to add $3,100 on top of the base MSRP, bringing the price to $67,850 (excluding destination charges). This already includes all the standard features of the base QX80 but with the addition of INFINITI All-Mode 4WD with computer-controlled transfer case.

For a more personalized luxurious ride, customers may have their QX80 wrapped in optional colors (Champagne Quartz, Mineral Black, Mocha Almond and Moonstone White) for $500 more. Three optional interior trims are available -- Wheat Semi-Aniline Leather/ Charcoal Burl, Graphite Semi-Aniline Leather/ Espresso Burl, and Saddle Brown Semi-Aniline Leather/ Charcoal Burl – but customers have to group any of these with other packages like the Driver Assistance Package (individual $2,900), Theater Package (individual $2,450), 22-inch Tire and Wheel Package (individual $2,800) as well as Deluxe Technology Package (individual $5,700), for a total of $13,850. Of course, the aforementioned packages are available individually. Other packages include a Split Bench Seat Package ($250) and Infiniti Wifi ($450).

Infiniti is also offering a number of accessories. When all of them are availed, an extra $3,279 is added to the price of the new Infiniti QX80. Just like the optional packages, these accessories are available individually. The available accessories include: all-season floor mats and cargo area protector ($350), Infiniti radiant illuminated kick plates ($465), roof rail crossbars ($400), Infiniti radiant external ground lighting ($425), moonroof wind deflector ($150), chrome body side moldings ($525), chrome side mirror covers ($285), cargo area protector ($129) and cargo net ($55).

When all optional – as applicable – features are checked, the rear-wheel drive Infiniti QX80 will have a price of $82,629 ($83,624 with destination charges), while the all-wheel drive version will have a price tag of $85,500 ($86,495 with destination charges).

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