If you like the idea of a gorgeous and comfortable sport-lux sedan with more power and lower sticker prices than more famous European competitors, put the Q50 at the top of your list then try to beat it.
New Features and Revisions
The current-generation Q50 debuted for the 2014 model year, but has undergone a steady stream of significant enhancements since. Exterior updates this year include revised front and rear styling along with new taillights across the board, with 3.0t Sport and Red Sport 400 models distinguished by a more aggressive front fascia. Interior changes include a new steering wheel, new shift knob and more stitching. The trim grades have also been rethought, with the lineup now divided into Pure, Luxe, Sport and Red Sport 400 versions. And if you were holding out until Infiniti offered the Q50 in a Mocha Almond coating, now’s the time to grab your checkbook and run to the dealer.
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