Compare 2021 INFINITI QX50 vs 2021 Nissan Murano

2021 Nissan Murano



2021 Nissan Murano

2.0L 4cyl Turbo


3.5L 6cyl
268 HP


260 HP
23 city / 29 hwy*

Fuel Economy

20 city / 28 hwy*

Serving Atlanta, Duluth, and Lawrenceville, GA

At INFINITI of Gwinnett, you have the chance to try out the 2021 INFINITI QX50 through an exclusive online test drive that you can arrange through our dealership. When you try out the INFINITI QX50 at INFINITI of Gwinnett, you’ll find that it’s a spacious, performance-oriented, and contemporary luxury SUV that is fun to drive and easy on the eyes. The INFINITI gets some updates and changes in 2021 that add to its appeal. Most changes affect certain trim levels. The Luxe trim gets the most changes of all in 2021 with more standard features than it had this year than in the past. The contents of two packages, which are the ProActive and ProAssist packages, are now included on the Luxe. It is also eligible for an appearance package to give it a distinguished exterior. The INFINITI competes with the 2021 Nissan Murano, but it has a more luxurious cabin and design overall. The INFINITI is also more powerful than the Nissan Murano. If a luxury SUV is what you’re after, the INFINITI QX50 is the way to go. Contact INFINITI of Gwinnett today if you want to try out the 2021 QX50.


The INFINITI QX50 at INFINITI of Gwinnett is a car that offers plenty of performance and durability. There is one engine for the INFINITI in 2021. This year, the SUV has a four-cylinder engine with a 2.0L displacement. The engine has the same maximum power output for all trim levels, which is about 270 HP and 280 LB-FT of torque. The engine comes with an automatic transmission. The standard drivetrain for all trims is front-wheel drive, but you can opt for all-wheel drive instead. The Nissan Murano has one engine for all trim levels as well. With the Nissan the maximum amount of power you can expect is 260 HP. The most torque you will get is 240 LB-FT. Overall, the QX50 has more towing capabilities than the Nissan Murano.

Interior and Design

When you book a 2021 INFINITI QX50 online test drive, you’ll have the chance to see the SUV’s well-made and luxurious interior as well. The QX50 has a lush interior that is filled with amenities even at the base level. With a 2021 INFINITI QX50 online test drive, you can experience faux leather upholstery with the Pure, which is the first trim of the Murano, along with satellite radio, dual-zone climate control, and keyless ignition. The Pure has a dual-screen infotainment system as well with an eight-inch display on the upper level and a seven-inch display for the second screen. Heated seats come with the second trim, along with more standard safety technology. Navigation and more safety aids are added to the Essential trim, which also upgrades to leather seating. The Sensory trim that follows has sunshades in the back, ventilated seats up front, and three-zone climate control. With the Autograph comes upgraded leather seating material, a climate package, ambient lighting, and adaptive steering. With an available package you can get blue accent stitching and white leather seats. The Murano only has one infotainment display to start, and you don’t get faux leather upholstery or satellite radio at the base level. Fewer safety aids are included. Ambient interior lighting is only available through a package, and you can only get heated seats through a package as well.


The 2021 QX50 has impressive styling that turns heads everywhere you go. LED lights are standard on the base trim level, and you’ll also get 19-inch wheels. A power liftgate is standard on the QX50, too. The Luxe adds LED fog lights and roof rails. LED fog lights are only available for the Nissan Murano if you get an available package. The QX50 also has a special appearance package with chrome accents and 20-inch wheels, which is not offered on the Murano.

Contact INFINITI of Gwinnett today for your chance to learn more about the 2021 INFINITI QX50 and schedule an online test drive at your convenience.

All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.