When sport mode is selected, the Infiniti will hold a lower gear rather than upshifting, making attacking twisty backroads much more enjoyable. Never been back since.
Worse, the Q50 (along with the ATS) were the worst at flex. That said, I think the current Sonata is extremely impressive in terms of feel for the most part. Infiniti is intensely committed to being Japanese BMW, at least in its car lines. I drove this car at the dealer while my 2008 G35xS was being serviced. after test driving and taking some home including s class,xjl portfolio jag,audi a8 and a6, and others ,i decided to purchase my maxima that i found to be more satisfying to drive and more fun than all the others …i got the maxima when back in 2009 i went to a jag dealer to test drive the new jag.
I bought the car that didn’t confine me. Aha, so you’re the guy behind my spellcheck, placing all of those squiggly lines in my articles. Chris Tonn is the Large Editor at Large for Car Of The Day, a classic-car focused site highlighting cool and unusual finds. – this car has LED front signals but incandescent rear signals. Seems like most agree that the base engine gets the job done, but not much else good to say about it. The current Maxima is an expensive Altima with a funky roofline.
Driving the Q50 is effortless.
Seems like I see more and more of this. Separately, the handful of people I know who are in Q50s now were between Q50 and Lexus IS. This car is no comparison, period. And you can have big racer boi wing on the back. Since the last rear-wheel-drive Maxima was almost 30 years ago (before the 4DSC), if this car weren’t an Infiniti, it wouldn’t exist (as a Nissan).
So this car has the same issues as nearly all the other 2.0T-powered luxury cars out there: a nasty engine sound and a lack of engine refinement. C&D’s test with this engine in the 3500lb GLA250 provided a 0-60 of 6.1 seconds compared to 7.3 for the 3700lb Fusion 2.0T. a 2013 maxima . Now get out of my yard. FYI, say “$279 and $299 per month” means nothing if you don’t mention what the downpayment is. My only hope is that the driver is more isolated from this due to sound and vibration cancelling in the cabin but for the passerby it certainly didn’t sound like a premium car. I have yet to drive a four cylinder car that didn’t have noticeable vibrations when idling. It is also a shame that the 17’s are offered on so many trims as the only option unless you are willing to load up on option packages, again bringing the price substantially higher where there is really a ton of options from many manufacturers. I think you underestimate the number of people who are happy to pay the price of a nice dinner out with a good bottle each month to have a new car they don’t have to worry about. In a NVH comparison, I don’t think the raucous and charming 3.7 VQ does particularly well compared to the GTI’s 2.0T, which is one of the smoothest and most refined out there.
You no fool me! Agree. The 2016 versions? Honda reliability, more passenger and storage room. So I lose roughly 100bhp to gain about 3mpg city and still pay $40K + dest? – are getting more power out of their 2.0L engines. Jaguar has a better setup, IMHO. Until that happens, I’ll have to wait for an off-lease Q50 and do it myself. Since my GSW is the SEL, there is a “Fender” subwoofer that sits inside of the spare tire. the 17″ rims look perfect for providing a smooth ride and protecting the rims.
They sold all of what, a couple dozen G25?
But yesterday, as I was perusing the car lots, I saw a Q60 (the coupe version) for the first time and became quite smitten with it, especially for the listed price, $47,000, which doesn’t get you very far in a 4-Series or A5. I struggle with the idea of a car with no spare tire. It’s not a very big notch, though.
The Hagane Blue paint didn’t help — it’s attractive, but not memorable. A4s and 3-Series have long had similar setups, no issue with those. As such, the sedan blended in traffic and parking lots without turning many heads. As one would expect from a car targeting a German driving experience, the Infiniti doesn’t completely insulate the driver, but deadens many of the harsher aspects of the road. At least the 328i provides real performance with its reedy little four. Friends asked me what I thought of the steering, and I had no answers.
I don’t know what the Q50 feels like but I certainly hope it feels better than the Sonata. These buyers should be content with the two-liter turbo engine, as the extra power of the V6 only means greater fuel consumption on the commute to the office.
One thing I have noticed that is quite annoying, that to get real leather, you have to check quite a few option boxes bringing the price much closer to more capable vehicles and trims.
We have 57 Infiniti Convertibles for sale that are reported accident free, 19 1-Owner cars, and 78 personal use cars. The Q70 -is- the large one. It can even be fun. I wouldn’t use it for a track day, if that’s what you are asking. I’d love to see a restyled Q … I should have made the dealer let me keep the full-sized spare from my JSW when I traded it in, especially since they wound up keeping the car instead of selling it, and using it as a service shuttle. While no doubt true in some individual cases, as a group they are more likely to be saddled with debt up to their eyeballs and no immediate job prospects. Yep. It looks like there is room for a full-sized spare; deleting it was merely a cost-savings measure and I’ll bet in other markets, a full-sized spare is standard. – this car has a cool, bold nighttime rear lighting signature with LED pipes that is very distinct. If anyone at Infiniti is reading – I’ll be happy to try out the Q60 Red Sport 400 next..you know where to find me. May as well go with a ‘soft hybrid’ car that has something like a 40 mile range but uses the battery to get the car moving. 2016 Infiniti Q50 2.0t AWD Review – Four-Door Sports Car, 2020 Ford Expedition Max King Ranch Review – Comfort to the Max, 2021 Nissan Rogue First Drive: Value and Safety, 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLA 250 4MATIC Review – GLAd to Have Choices, 2019 Honda Ridgeline Long-Term Update: 4 months and 5,000 miles, 2020 Toyota Highlander Platinum V6 AWD Review – Victim of Timing, Life in the Fast Lane: A Week with 1,467 Horsepower, 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Review: Highway Star, Pain in the Glass – Best Windshield Repair Kits. I can’t picture a Kyree as Infiniti customer. Potholed roads were absorbed with a quiet thump rather than a cowl-rattling judder. It seemed to me that BMW made the full-throttle sound louder on purpose … but I couldn’t say for sure. I’ve always liked the Q50’s design. I wanted enough room that my legs were jammed into the driver’s door or center console. Maybe it’s just not my bag. Both are a size up from the R3x Skylines that preceded them.
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