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Shop new Infiniti QX30 listings: https://goo.gl/z6AJhR The 2017 Infiniti QX30 is the result of a surprising arrangement between Renault, Infiniti’s parent company, and Mercedes-Benz. Infiniti wanted a premium compact crossover in a hurry, so rather than starting from scratch, it built the new QX30 on the Mercedes GLA’s platform. George Kennedy reports that Infiniti did a good job tweaking the details to hide the QX30’s Benz DNA, at least outside, and he also enjoyed driving the QX30 a lot more than the GLA. While the QX30 looks good and can be fun in Sport driving mode, it doesn’t offer a lot of utility or cargo space. Its 34 cubic feet with the rear seats down falls short of the Audi Q3’s 48.2 and the BMW X1’s 58.7. And while many competitors offer a hands-free or at least power liftgate, QX30 owners will have to open and close their hatches with their hands, without assistance. The QX30’s infotainment system came from Infiniti, not Mercedes-Benz, and that’s a definite positive. The system’s voice-recognition software isn’t top-notch, but Kennedy appreciated having a real touchscreen, rather than having to use a controller on the center console. He also very much liked the surround-view system, which Infiniti does particularly well, and the Intelligent Cruise Control++ system. Read more on CarGurus: https://cargur.us/bG7yb Presenter: George Kennedy Producer: Andrew Zubatkin Subscribe to the CarGurus Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/cargurus Crossovers & SUVs https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLih2CvHcvvNM7dUifLm4faH8wQQVXBojz
Nissan’s premium brand is aiming to muscle in on the compact premium sector. We take the keys for a week to see if the Q30 can What do we have here? Infiniti as a brand is working to establish itself in the UK. It is to Nissan what Lexus is to Toyota, an aspirational upmarket offshoot. The brand remains in its infancy in the UK with the first Infiniti showroom only opening its doors in 2009. To read the full road test, click here: https://goo.gl/ai05NC It’s fair to say that until now, it has failed to capture the imagination of the UK motoring public. Infiniti is hoping that’s about to change with a swathe of new and updated models. Most important is a new entry-level premium compact family car to take on the likes the of Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Called the Q30, it’s a five-door hatchback and is available with a choice of four engines, either front wheel or all-wheel drive, and seven trim levels; SE, Premium, Premium InTouch, Premium Tech, Premium Tech InTouch, Sport, Sport Intouch. There are few better recipes, on paper, than what Infiniti has done with the Q30. Firstly, they’ve based it on one of its rival’s cars, the third-generation Mercedes A-Class. Then they’ve wrapped in a sumptuous and visually enticing body, before giving it the famed UK build quality by screwing it all together at Nissan’s Sunderland factory. Its kerb side appeal is bountiful. With slicked back headlights, a huge supermini swallowing grille, profiled bonnet, flowing side lines and an attractive rear end. The Q30’s got more curves than a five years old’s drawing of a plate of spaghetti. There are two petrol engines available, a 1.6-litre turbo with 120bhp and a 2.0-litre turbo with 207bhp. The entry-level gets a six-speed manual gearbox and an optional seven-speed dual-clutch automatic, while the 2.0-litre gets the auto as standard and optional AWD. In the diesel corner, you can pick from an entry-level 1.5-litre diesel which develops 108bhp linked to a six-speed manual, again with the option of the seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. The range topping 2.2-litre with its 168bhp gets the auto as standard and AWD as an option. All models get 18in alloys, LED daytime running lights, 7.0in infotainment touchscreen, Bluetooth, air conditioning auto headlights, rear parking sensors, forward collision warning, hill start assist, with prices starting from £20,850. We’re testing the 2.2-litre diesel automatic with the AWD system in Premium Tech trim, which adds lane departure warning, auto wipers, cruise control, LED headlights, keyless entry, rearview camera and front parking sensors and dual-zone automatic air con and costs £31,585. To read the full road test, click here: https://goo.gl/ai05NC
The Nissan-owned Infiniti brand has yet to make a big splash over in the UK, but that could potentially change thanks to the arrival of new models like the British-built Q30 hatchback. Far from being just a Nissan with some premium parts, the Q30 actually shares numerous key components with the Mercedes A-Class and directly pits itself against the likes of the BMW 1 Series and Audi A3. While the styling gives the Q30 a distinct look of luxury without looking too similar to its German rivals, the question remains as to whether this Infiniti has the equipment, practicality and driving dynamics to serve as a credible alternative. Here we assess the Infiniti Q30 by taking a close look at its cabin and boot before going for a test drive to find out just what exactly this car has on offer and whether it’s worth considering alongside the more established options. In this review, we take an in-depth look at the interior of the INFINITI Q30 including its boot size, dashboard and back seats. We then run through performance, price and finish up with the all-important verdict - is the INFINITI Q30 a good car? ✂£ | Save Money on a New Infiniti Q30: https://www.carkeys.co.uk/infiniti/q30/hatchback?social=CXK-YT-Description-20170217-INFINITI%20Q30%202017%20review%20Not%20Just%20a%20Posh%20Nissan&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=CXK-YT-Description-20170217-INFINITI%20Q30%202017%20review%20Not%20Just%20a%20Posh%20Nissan ✎ | Read the full Infiniti Q30 Review: https://www.carkeys.co.uk/car-reviews/infiniti/q30-22d-premium-tech-awd-dct-hatchback-2017-review?social=CXK-YT-Description-20170217-INFINITI%20Q30%202017%20review%20Not%20Just%20a%20Posh%20Nissan&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=CXK-YT-Description-20170217-INFINITI%20Q30%202017%20review%20Not%20Just%20a%20Posh%20Nissan Constantly updated, Car Keys provides first-hand video reviews, as well as all of the latest car news. Our experienced journalists are passionate about the auto industry, and strive to provide you with all the information you could possibly need before you decide to purchase a new car. All reviews are available at https://www.carkeys.co.uk/, but did you know that reviews are just one element of what we do? Our website can also help you find the right car, at a price you can be sure is fair by comparing it against prices paid by other consumers and our own market data. We’ll give you the low down regarding the overall cost of owning specific cars whether you are looking to buy outright, finance or lease a new car. Subscribe to our channel and keep up to date with the latest, cutting-edge car reviews: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCglp... Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CarKeysGB Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarKeys_UK
Our first drive of the all-new Infiniti Q30 1.6 FWD and Q30 S 2.0 AWD from the press drive launch in Lebanon. Based on a Mercedes A-Class does it represent better value than the German product? Full review http://www.motoringme.com/reviews/2016-infiniti-q30-review/ More on http://www.MotoringME.com http://www.Facebook.com/MotoringMiddleEast Instagram @MotoringMiddleEast Twitter @MotoringME_ Follow Shahzad Sheikh Instagram @ShahzadSheikh Snapchat @shahzad_sheikh
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New doesn’t mean bad, and this Infiniti QX30 could well make more sense than any other Infiniti given the high demand for compact premium SUVs of this ilk, not to mention the company’s well-rooted global reputation in the upmarket 4x4 classes.
As the name suggests, this is very much a derivative of the Q30 hatchback, itself based on the Mercedes-Benz A-Class.
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