2016 Infiniti QX60 Standard Features vs. an Acura MDX
Wisconsin drivers might think that the 2016 Infiniti QX60 is a good buy; it does offer a lot of standard equipment for its price point. But when you look at the 2016 Acura MDX, you’ll find a vehicle that simply offers more of the features that you want, at a better value. Find out more below.
The Acura MDX and the Infiniti QX60 are both well-equipped vehicles, but you’ll find some major differences between the two. While they have similar price points, the Acura MDX comes with a long list of features that the Infiniti QX60 is missing. Here are some of the major differences:
- The Acura MDX comes standard with two memory settings for headlights, exterior mirrors, steering wheel, and seat. The Infiniti does not offer these features.
- Every Acura MDX comes with voice-activated controls for audio and Bluetooth wireless–enabled devices. These features are standard in the Infiniti.
- The Acura MDX gets LED headlights, and remote-activated perimeter lighting, while none of those features are standard in the Infiniti.
- The Acura MDX gets standard telematics like automatic emergency assistance, stolen vehicle tracking, and more. The Infiniti only offers these features as an option.
- The Acura MDX gets a 3.5L V6 engine, and so does the Infiniti QX80—but the MDX makes considerably more power, with 290 hp and 267 lb-ft of torque, compared to 265 hp and 248 lb-ft in the Infiniti.
- The Acura MDX offers standard paddle shifters with its sequential SportShift manually interactive automatic transmission. The Infiniti doesn’t have wheel-mounted paddle shifters.
- The Acura MDX comes standard with Hill Start Assist—a feature that helps prevent the vehicle from rolling backward on steep grades. That’s not available on the Infiniti.
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