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    How This Helps Schedule a test drive quickly and easily. I know the Q50 has a spare kit, but the whole design uses almost the entire trunk, so it does not work. Honda reliability, more passenger and storage room. Actually, our Sonata Limited with the 2. Discover which options are right for you.

    Infiniti Q50 t Review: So close to being great

    The new auto-only, bhp 2. While the Q50 is closer in size to 3-series and C-class , the aged Nissan 'FM' platform beneath it means kerb weight falls uneasily into 5-series and E-class territory. A penalty of kg over the C means both cars reach 62mph in just over seven seconds, despite the Infiniti's higher output.

    The i takes just 5. Despite its hefty payload, the new single-turbo, aluminium-intensive, direct-injection engine is able to impress. The merest hint of lag is swept aside by strong, linear power delivery between rpm and the rpm red line. As revs rise the engine note falls happily on the right side of sporting, yet is also eternally smooth and fades on a constant throttle — even showing rpm in fourth at 70mph, the engine is hushed; in fifth or above, its silent.

    The transmission is breezy rather than bellicose, even in Sport mode: Slickness is the upside. The Q50 Sport can only be had with Infiniti's unique steer-by-wire system, paired with a switchable lane-assist function. You'd arguably need to live with the latter to assess it fully, but the steering itself — adjustable for both weight and speed — is best in the middle of three settings. Its silkiness cossets, but feel is minimal, and by defaulting into stark lightness at lower speeds it can surprise you.

    Keen drivers would almost certainly prefer the standard electric rack-and-pinion setup. Double-piston shocks help produce a ride that's generally very forgiving, yet body control is tidy, too. You can therefore conquer twisting country roads with both pace and comfort, but the 3-series' sports car-like dialogue transpires from neither seat nor tiller. As always, the interior is neatly trimmed, well-equipped and ergonomically sound, if short on style. Space is good, though rear headroom is borderline for six-footers and near-absent for a fifth noggin.

    Standard kit is generally better than in the M Sport but not the AMG Line, both of which include stiffer suspension and more extrovert body kits, if that's your predilection. The cheaper Premium specification version of the Infiniti Q50 is more agreeable, thanks to its more competitive price, but the equivalent Mercedes C and BMW i models still win for luxury and dynamics respectively. That said, an impressive new engine makes this easily the most attractive mainstream choice in the Q50 range.

    New Infiniti Q50 suffers from too much weight and not enough dynamic edge to let its fine new engine shine as brightly as it might. The Infiniti Q50 2. Our Verdict Infiniti Q First Drive Infiniti Q50 3. Jeep has promoted its old crossover to compact SUV status. Nissan Qashqai Tekna 1. Nissan Qashqai gets new engines and infotainment in bid to keep edge over Skoda Octavia vRS long-term review. Should I buy one? Was passed by one of these in. Was passed by one of these in white the the other day and was taken by its svelte lines.

    Without doubt the best looking car in its segment for me. This one looks v. I had not realised how lardy it was though and this in itself means it will always play second fiddle to the more modern Germans for speed, fuel economy and dynamics. With its aluminium construction, the XE should have a significant advantage over all these cars, but Jaguar seem to have a habit of using the most dense aluminium available!

    Log in or register to post comments. Better than a Lexus. I'd much rather have this than one of Lexus's hideous creations, but with the Jag XE on the horizon, alu-light and blissfully devoid of silly body creases and bent grillework, Infiniti is still going to be very niche for a while yet methinks. Don't mind this though, and it's nice to see the Japanese putting small petrol turbo engines in at last. The japanese, even with Euro design input just cannot get interiors.

    I quite like the current infiniti interior design, nothing about it says 's to me. In fact, everybody, please STOP using the bl00dy word. It's an appallingly pretentious word that makes the user sound like a d1ck.

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