2020 INFINITI QX50 vs 2020 Lincoln Nautilus

2020 INFINITI QX50 vs 2020 Lincoln Nautilus
2020 INFINITI QX50 2020 Lincoln Nautilus
Starting MSRP *
  $37,250 $41,040
  268 250
MPG (City/Highway) **
  22/29 21/26

2020 INFINITI QX50 vs 2020 Lincoln Nautilus

Serving Novi, MI

When a new SUV model hits the market, it understandably captures the attention of drivers in Novi and beyond. The Lincoln Nautilus has only been on the road for two years, so you may assume that it is a new model. In reality, the Nautilus is simply the Lincoln MKZ with a new name. Other SUV models may have also grabbed your attention recently, such as the beautiful INFINITI QX50. The midsize Nautilus and the compact QX50 may be viewed as comparable in some ways, but close inspection will uncover incredible differences that could guide your SUV selection.


The luxury of the QX50 is evident from your initial glance, and its appeal becomes increasingly pronounced as you take a closer look. The rectangular grille is placed on a front nose, and it is flanked by lower air intake vents and stunning LED headlights. Both of these features fade to the rear dramatically. The chrome accents surrounding the side windows have an equally stunning design with a zigzag element toward the rear of the vehicle. The 2020 INFINITI QX50 also has air intake vents near the rear bumper, a skid plate and chrome exhaust tips under the bumper, a spoiler over the liftgate, hands-free access for the liftgate and other exciting features. Comparatively, the Nautilus for 2020 has a more traditional look with smoother surfaces and a modest curve over the front end. Both the lower air vents and headlights have a rectangular shape. The rear has a spoiler, dual exhaust tips, and two horizontal light bars.


The differences between the 2020 Lincoln Nautilus and the INFINITI QX50 continue inside their cabins. These are both five-passenger vehicles that have expected features like leather material, power seat adjustments, and a heated steering wheel. The QX50’s design includes two digital display screens in the center stack and another screen in the driver’s instrumentation panel. The many advanced features that you can appreciate in the QX50 include a navigation system, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth tech, a panoramic sunroof, a high-end sound system, and others. In the 2020 Nautilus, on the other hand, the console and center stack roll together through a soft bend. This area has a single display screen that is mounted over knob controls for the climate management system.


If you choose to drive the 2020 INFINITI QX50, you can appreciate 268 horsepower from a 2.0-liter, I4 VC-Turbo engine. This is linked to an automatic transmission, a front MacPherson strut, four driving modes, a rear multi-link suspension, shock absorbers with front coil springs, stabilizer bars, and ventilated disc brakes. The Nautilus for 2020 carries a few of these features. It is outfitted with an I4 turbo engine with an automatic transmission, power-assisted steering, front-wheel drive, and anti-locking disc brakes.

Suburban INFINITI of Novi is honored to be the auto dealership that you trust for complete details about the QX50. To finalize your research, visit with our sales associates for a test drive experience.

* Price is Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). MSRP excluding tax, title, license and options. Dealer sets actual price.

** EPA Fuel Economy Estimates. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions – use for comparison only.