3 Infiniti Models With 0% Financing Worth Considering

Infiniti is the latest manufacturer to offer significant financing deals to car buyers during the COVID-19 pandemic, offering 0% financing for 72 months and no payments for 90 days to qualified buyers who finance through Infiniti Financial Services. All five 2020 models currently on sale are eligible — though the deals apply only to vehicles delivered by April 30, so interested shoppers should hurry.

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To no one’s likely surprise, the three models we think are worth considering are all SUVs. Here they are:

1. QX80

Infiniti’s largest and most expensive SUV is also its most utilitarian, offering significant occupant room across its three rows of seats and a maximum towing capacity of 8,500 pounds, enough for hauling most weekend toys. Its stout, 5.6-liter V-8 provides decent power for such a large vehicle, though even 400 horsepower and 413 pounds-feet of torque won’t be enough for the QX80 to ever feel quick. The QX80’s body-on-frame design and selectable four-wheel drive also helps make it more capable off-road than any owner will probably ever need.

2. QX60

Down a size from the QX80 in Infiniti’s lineup is the QX60. It still offers three rows of seats, though with significantly less cargo and occupant room than its big brother, plus reduced towing capacity. The QX60 is still a fairly safe choice for a premium three-row SUV, offering solid materials quality and premium aesthetics without breaking the bank — at least not as much as some competitors. The QX60 is one of the older models Infiniti offers — with rumors of its sibling Nissan Pathfinder being due for a redesign, it’s likely due for one, as well — but that may also mean there are more deals to be had as dealers look to clear inventory ahead of the new model’s debut.

3. QX50

Powered by groundbreaking engine technology, the QX50’s entry should be all about its powertrain. But neither the engine or the continuously variable automatic transmission it’s paired with provide any notable performance improvements; in fact, the powertrain yielded one of the QX50’s lower scores in our 2018 Luxury Compact SUV Challenge. Instead, what powered the QX50 to a solid third-place finish was its value, materials quality and cargo capacity. It also earned the most points among the field of seven in our Car Seat Check, and offers first-rate seat comfort in front and back.

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