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Infiniti Q50 Reviews
Car Keys70
Top Gear70
AA70
Carbuyer58
The Telegraph50
Parkers50
Autocar50
Auto Express40
What Car40
Total Aggregate Score
55
3.5
3.5 / 5
Car Keys
Review Summary
The Q50 is a good-looking saloon with an excellent interior, and its steering technology is fascinating, but while Infiniti continues to present itself as a manufacturer of performance cars we can hardly help criticising it for its limited driving pleasure.
7
7 / 10
Top Gear
Review Summary
If you like the baroque styling and can find a dealer, go for it.
7
7 / 10
AA
Review Summary
Infiniti is a very young brand but is developing its own unique slant on the sectors it chooses to operate in, with some brilliant technological innovations and a new design language that should boost its showroom appeal.
2.9
2.9 / 5
Carbuyer
Review Summary
The Infiniti Q50 is a small executive saloon that offers great quality but a dull driving experience.
5
5 / 10
The Telegraph
Review Summary
A daring choice in a very competitive market, but the Infiniti Q50 will cost you more to run than an Audi A3 saloon or a BMW 3-series, and it’s less fun to drive.
2.5
2.5 / 5
Parkers
Review Summary
If it managed to thread itself through every other manoeuvre with more precision it wouldn’t be so bad, but it still feels strangely disconnected at any speed and from behind the wheel the Q50 is little else but a dynamic disappointment.
2.5
2.5 / 5
Autocar
Review Summary
It is a car that toes the mainstream line and even draws on some class stalwarts’ technology, yet it still, in our eyes, comes up short. And short where it matters, too: on refinement and running costs.
2
2 / 5
Auto Express
Review Summary
The Infiniti Q50 saloon is a luxurious BMW 3 Series rival with swoopy styling and a hi-tech interior.
2
2 / 5
What Car
Review Summary
The Infiniti Q50 packs a high-tech and surprisingly stylish punch, but it lacks the overall sophistication of its executive car rivals.
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