Infiniti Q50

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2017 Infiniti Q50

Moderate updates to the Q50 include the addition of the 2.0t Sport and 2.0t Sport all-wheel-drive (AWD) models, which come with summer performance run-flat tires and sport brakes, plus a sporty styling package. A new 16-speaker Bose audio system is now available, and the Red Sport 400 gets red brake calipers.

2016 Infiniti Q50

Under the mostly carryover skin, the 2016 Infiniti Q50 offers three new engines, new suspension, innovative safety systems and updated steering technology. Newest to the Q50 line is the Red Sport 400 model, a 400-horsepower sedan that is primed to take on its BMW, Mercedes and Audi rivals.

About Infiniti Q50

The elegantly styled Infiniti Q50 has a fun, sporting attitude that can bring out the big kid in anyone. Bolstered by potent engines, plus cutting-edge electronic driver assists and safety tech, the Q50 returns for 2017 with updates that build on last year's major changes. For 2016, the Q50 received an all-new gas engine lineup consisting of twin-turbo V6 engines and a turbocharged 4-cylinder, which joined the unchanged hybrid option. This quartet is tempting for shoppers who are eyeing the Audi A4, Mercedes-Benz C-Class and BMW 3 Series. The Infiniti also has advanced suspension and steering choices, including a fully electronic steering system with no physical connection between the steering wheel and the front wheels. Another appealing aspect of the Q50? Pricing starts at under $35,000.

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