Infiniti prices Q50 2.0t from $34,855, hybrid from $47,955

Infiniti prices Q50 2.0t from $34,855, hybrid from $47,955

0 comments 📅04 November 2016, 21:59

Infiniti has a well range of new engines coming out for the Q50. And that means a new pricing system to go along with it. The bottom line is that you can now get into the sports sedan for as slight as $34,855 (inclusive of the $905 destination care).

That price is for the 2.0-liter turbo representation that’s the new point of entry into the chain with 208 horsepower on tap. It also represents a much decrease starting price for the 2016 model than the one it replaces, which started at exceeding $38k for the base Q50 3.7. It also undercuts the bounty of the comparable Audi A4, which also comes with a 2.0-liter turbo four priced from $38,250. The BMW 3 Series straddles the deal out with two models equipped with 2.0-liter turbo fours: the less valid 320i with 180 hp priced a little below the Infiniti at $34,145, and the more telling 328i with 240 hp for $39,345.

If you want all-neighbourhood drive or the Premium trim, you’ll need to cough up an superfluous couple grand for each, which is a larger appreciation a scarce than the Japanese automaker charged in the forefront. Pricing for the V6-powered 3.0t and Red Sport 400 models are restful to come. But along with the 2.0t sticker, Infiniti also released pricing for the cross model, which only comes in Store spec and starts at $47,955. That’s a span grand more than the outgoing account cost at $45,305. For the time being, the top of the furrow is the Q50 Hybrid Premium AWD, which goes for $49,955.


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