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Infiniti Q30 Reviews
AA80
Parkers70
Autocar70
Carbuyer70
Car Keys70
Auto Express60
The Telegraph60
Top Gear50
What Car40
Total Aggregate Score
63
8
8 / 10
AA
Review Summary
This model meets the needs of many buyers in this premium hatchback segment.
3.5
3.5 / 5
Parkers
Review Summary
With well-appointed trim levels and an interior designed to please as well as it performs. The seats are very comfortable, the cabin’s finish is plush and uses quality materials – on one engine there’s even a noise-cancellation system to drown out a diesel engine’s din.
3.5
3.5 / 5
Autocar
Review Summary
Its performance and refinement are respectable and its ride and handling are rounded, so it has substance to back up the style.
3.5
3.5 / 5
Carbuyer
Review Summary
The Q30 is Infiniti's latest attempt to crack the premium market. It's a stylish, comfortable and well equipped hatchback.
3.5
3.5 / 5
Car Keys
Review Summary
It’s stylish, comfortable and fantastically smooth to drive, and despite the fact that it’s on the pricey side and not the best car in its class in terms of outright luxury or in terms of driveability, it’s sure to appeal to those who want a nice car that’s just a bit different from the rest.
3
3 / 5
Auto Express
Review Summary
More than just a posh Nissan, the Infiniti Q30 is a Mercedes-based premium hatch built in Sunderland.
6
6 / 10
The Telegraph
Review Summary
This is the first car from Infiniti that feels built for the European market. If you want to stand out from the crowd and value a smooth ride over ultimate handing dynamics, then it's worth a look.
5
5 / 10
Top Gear
Review Summary
Suffers from exactly the same flaw as every other Infiniti – the only reason you’d buy one is because it’s rare-groove different. Not necessarily better.
2
2 / 5
What Car
Review Summary
The Infiniti Q30’s an interesting alternative, but it's ultimately hard to recommend against its stronger rivals.
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