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2014 Infiniti QX60 Hybrid AWD

BASE PRICE: $45,100 with FWD; $46,500 with AWD.

PRICE AS TESTED: $60,780.

TYPE: Front-engine, all-wheel drive, seven-passenger, large, luxury, gasoline-electric hybrid, sport utility vehicle.

ENGINE: 2.5-litre, double overhead cam, supercharged, inline four cylinder mated to a 15-kilowatt electric motor and lithium ion battery pack.

MILEAGE: 25 mpg (city), 28 mpg (highway).

TOP SPEED: NA.

LENGTH: 196.4 inches.

WHEELBASE: 114.2 inches.

CURB WEIGHT: 4,462 pounds.

BUILT AT: Smyrna, Tenn.

OPTIONS: Deluxe technology package (includes Bose cabin surround system, 20-inch aluminum alloy wheels, advanced climate control, climate-controlled front seats, heated outboard second-row seats, second- and third-row moonroof, backup collision prevention, blind spot warning and intervention, lane departure warning and prevention) $6,050; hybrid premium package (includes navigation system with hard drive, 8-inch colour display, heated steering wheel, remote engine start, Zagat Survey restaurant reviews, rain-sensing wipers, around-view monitor with front and rear sonar) $4,600; theatre package (includes dual 7-inch colour monitors in second row, two wireless headphones with remote, rear headphone jacks and volume control) $1,700; roof rails $495; stainless steel, illuminated kick plates $440.

DESTINATION CHARGE: $995.

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