Reliable and breath taking
The buttery smooth German feel driving and absolute beautiful styling and breath taking power its a huge bang for your buck. ive had mine with 90,000 miles and not one check engine light. the AWD version perfect for the tough snow and rain. if you find one with low miles its definitely worth it.
I’ve loved this car.
This car has Crazy power and handling with tons of creature comforts in a luxury sedan. It has excellent safety rating and is great in snow and winter weather. Never needed repairs.
Best handling ever .
I prefer small cars with excellent performance . I was able to get it . I have purchased it two months ago . No problems . I love it .
I purchased my Q50 because of its strong V6, great looks, good standard equipment, and better reliability than its European counterparts. I still stand behind the first three reasons after owning the car over the past few years. The 3.7L V6 still puts a smile on my face every time I drive the car (and makes all the right VQ Series noises) and I think the styling has aged very well. This is a car that still looks fresh when parked next to a newer BMW or Audi. The car also has many features (i.e., navigation, LED lights, heated steering wheel, and AWD) that would have (and still do) cost way more on most other cars in the segment. Reliability, on the other hand, has not been what I expected. The drive belt and valve cover gaskets had to be replaced before 35,000 miles. At about 55,000 miles, a wheel speed sensor failed which disabled the car's ABS and AWD system. At 65,00, a leaky rear output seal was fixed and at 71,000 miles, the driver's door lock actuator gave up the ghost. The infotainment system shuts off randomly, including the backup camera, and the interior rattles like it belongs in a car that's 20 years old. Overall, this car is kind of a letdown. It's excellent to drive, performs well, and still looks great but doesn't impress in the reliability department. I hope my experience is the exception and not the norm!
The 3.7 Q50 AWD is a powerhouse with great corneri
Look for the 3.7 engine for the strongest and longest lasting engines in the Infiniti. There were only a couple years they placed these big engines in the sedan sport Q50s and those years are the best bang for your buck. The AWD cornering is awesome and the power of the 3.7 with push you back in the seat when you need to mash it for passing or entry onto the highway. Great cars for the price of much lessor vehicle when buying used.
Very Nice Car.
Love it. Need nice car for shopping out of town. It is just what I like and need. Am keeping it covered. So easy to drive.
In LOVE with this Car!!!!
This car has everything I ever wanted in a previous owned Infiniti. It performs fabulously and is so beautiful!! It is just about immaculate on the inside and still has a faint new car smell to it
Best bang for the buck
This car is the best package for its price, in terms of performance, and interior styling and comfort. Definitely a great purchase for a car you're looking to own for a while, older models survived until 200k miles
Best car I've ever owned
I love this car, I have never had a single problem with it. I bought it about 2 and 1/2 years ago and other than general maintenance items I've never paid for any repairs. Extremely comfortable for long trips. The stereo Bose speakers is amazing. I definitely recommend this vehicle
best and fastest car I've ever owned
This car is extremely powerful. I purchased the sport model. It came with 328 HP, paddle shifters, nice sporty seats, the whole package. Heated seats and amazing bose sound system. I have searched for a replacement and branched out to other luxury cars but nothing will compare to an infiniti engine and performance wise. The tech was not the best but the sound system made up for it.