Infiniti updates its SUV offer in the United States with the introduction of the new 2017 QX60, available starting this month at dealers nationwide.

For 2017, new features include a more powerful engine and Infiniti InTouch, which integrates, navigation, convenience, security, and entertainment into an instrument panel-mounted control system.

The updated QX60 powertrain’s new 3.5-liter V6 adds Direct Injection Gasoline (DIG) technology, a revised air intake system, electronic variable timing control (e-VTC) and mirror bore coating. The engine is rated at 295 horsepower (an increase of 30 hp from 2016) and 270 lb-ft of torque (an increase of 22 lb-ft from 2016). It is matched to a continuously variable transmission.

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The Infiniti InTouch with Navigation and Infiniti InTouch Services, now available in the Premium Plus package, add Vehicle Health Report and Voice Recognition for audio, Bluetooth and vehicle information.

The Deluxe Technology Package adds a new Motion Activated Liftgate, High Beam Assist and auto side dimming mirrors, while the Drivers Assistance Package also includes auto side dimming mirrors.

For 2017, the Theater Package now offers dual 8-inch color monitors (1-inch larger than 2016), along with the addition of a 12V power point, USB port (audio/video capable) and an HDMI port. Additionally, Wi-Fi is offered in conjunction with the Theater Package and includes 2GB with a 3-month complimentary trial.

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The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices for the 2017 Infiniti QX60 are 43.100 USD for the QX60 and 44.900 USD for the QX60 AWD.