New Infiniti Q50 Priced from $36,450 – Goes On Sale This Summer


The Q50 is the first Infiniti model to bear a Q-badge and therefore, it has to be a solid car in all respects and one which is to herald good things for the brand's future. Now, on the occasion ofthe NY motor show, the premium Japanese automaker has revealed official pricing information for the premium sedan. Aimed directly at the BMW 3-Series, it starts at $36,450, and only comes with V6 power, in two flavors.
However, the model Infiniti reckons most buyers will go for is the $39,300 Premium model, with the optional advanced navigation system, which pushes the price to $40,700. If you want all-wheel drive, it will be another $800 extra.
The Q50 is powered by the familiar Nissan 3.7-liter V6 engine, and the Q50 Hybrid uses a 3.5-liter V6 and an electric motor, both of which make the '50' in the name completely irrelevant. The latter starts at $43,700, and a Premium model with all-wheel drive will cost $45,500. The 3.7-liter engine puts out 328 hp, while the hybrid has a combined total output of 354 hp, and both put their power to the road via a seven-speed automatic gearbox.
The most expensive Q50 you can have is the Hybrid Sport AWD, which will set you back $47,900. It features the new Infiniti InTouch infotainment system, which allows drivers to do pretty much what they please with the car's settings. There's also an Intelligent Dual Clutch Control for improved efficiency and the now customary raft of active and passive safety features, which now try and stop you from having a crash in the first place, instead of cushioning your impact with the dashboard and steering wheel.
By Andrei Nedelea



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