New Infiniti Q50 priced from £27,950

Infiniti has announced pricing details for its new mid-size performance saloon, the Q50.

The range starts with a 2.2-litre diesel SE priced at £27,950. The diesel SE comes with 17-inch alloy wheels with run-flat tyres, rear LED lights, Scratch-shield paint, chrome-trimmed twin exhaust pipes and halogen daytime running lights.

Standard technology and safety goodies include cruise control, speed limiter, stop start, hill start assist, rear view camera, rain sensing wipers, keyless entry, vehicle dynamic control, including active trace and traction control, tyre pressure warning and brake assist.

The Premium grade adds £2400 to the price of the Q50 2.2-litre diesel SE, and provides leather-trimmed seats, automatic dimming rear view mirror and different interior trim choices.

The Sport grade is priced from £32,720 and comes with a different design to the front bumper section, distinctive LED headlamps, LED daytime running lights and larger 19-inch triple-spoke lightweight alloy wheels, also with run-flat tyres. There are also interior updates with higher quality premium materials and different technology and safety features.

The Hybrid Q50 uses a 3.5-litre V6 engine good for a 0-62 mph acceleration in 5.1 seconds. Sports suspension, regenerative braking and sports brakes are all standard. There is also extrnal noise system to warn pedestrians when the car is moving at slow speeds whilst in full electric mode.

The Q50 is Infiniti’s answer to Audi A4, Mercedes C-Class and BMW 3-Series.

For full details see the press release below.

PRESS RELEASE (click to expand)


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