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Infiniti Q50 Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Infiniti Q50. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Infiniti Q50.
The Infiniti Q50 effectively replaces Infiniti's popular G series entry-level luxury sport four-door. And just like the G, the Q50 offers Infiniti's appealing combination of luxury, performance, and value wrapped up in handsome styling. The Infiniti also comes with the latest high-tech features, and there's an available hybrid model as well. Discover the ins and outs on used Infiniti Q50s, available now in Carvana’s inventory.
Strong V6 EnginesThough the Q50’s base model is a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, the Q50 3.0T (300 horsepower, 295 pound-feet of torque) and Q50 Red Sport 400 (400 horsepower, 350 pound-feet of torque) models are each outfit with robust V6 engines that should satisfy car buyers looking for heartier performance offerings.
Quality Interior MaterialsThe Q50 is sportier than your standard luxury sedan, but that doesn’t mean it skimps on luxury comfort entirely. In fact, it’s hard not to be impressed with the Infiniti Q50’s cabin area, as it features fine materials that compare rather favorably against other rivals in its class.
Trunk Space AplentyFor the luxury sedan segment, the Infiniti holds its own when it comes to available cargo space. Trunk volume for a non-hybrid model Q50 measures 13.5 cubic feet, which is right about average for midsize luxury sedans.
The Hybrid ModelWhile it’s nice that the Q50 comes in a hybrid model, it pales in comparison to the other Q50 models. In general, the Q50 hybrid’s drivetrain has proven to be especially prone to unpredictable herky jerky behavior, while the braking system noticeably lacks in smoothness and stability when measured against its gas-powered counterparts. The ride quality is also suspect, as the hybrid demonstrated an unusual amount of harshness while on the open road.
Infotainment FeaturesSituated on the Q50’s dashboard are two centrally-located touchscreens that control most of the vehicle’s systems. Not only are the two touchscreens a little awkward looking placed next to each other like they are, but using them can be a bit frustrating, as the process lacks intuition. Additionally, both screens are prone to “washout” in direct sunlight.
SeatingThe knock on the Infiniti Q50 is that despite its luxury billing, the seats themselves don’t quite offer luxury comfort. The standard seats have earned a bit of reputation for being on the firm side, while taller passengers may also feel the seats don’t offer enough thigh support. Furthermore, interior pockets, bins, and cupholders do the job, but are not as generously sized compared to class rivals.
INFINITI Q50 Reviews
4.7 OUT OF 5 (150 Reviews)