CARS.COM — Infiniti will pull the plug on the slow-selling QX60 Hybrid. Noting the improvements in gas mileage for the non-hybrid QX60, Nissan’s luxury brand told Cars.com it won’t sell the QX60 Hybrid after the 2017 model year. That marks an end to the SUV’s slow-selling run, which spanned the 2014-17 model years.
The news is little surprise given Nissan sold the QX60 Hybrid’s corporate sibling, the Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid, for all of one model year (2014). The 2017 QX60 Hybrid starts at $53,095, including destination — $9,000 more than the non-hybrid QX60, which lives on. It’s a needle in a haystack, accounting for just 0.2 percent of all new QX60s in Cars.com’s inventory.