Road in a brand new Q50 with a friend who had it as a rental. I was astounded at the amount of road noise in the cabin and all windows were up. Had to raise our voices to talk above the road noise. Shocked because I've always heard that Infinitiy's are great luxury cars. I'll stick with my Ford Explorers...they are dead quiet.
I bought Q50 just this week this is my second, my first car just gets totaled by a claim. The Q50 is a powerful car, that gives you the speed you wanted. However, the system of this car is kind of old, and the touch screen is slow, but this is no matter at all, the V6 will let you forgot those small issues. This is the car I personal believe worth to buy.
It’s like driving a 60k bmw but only paid 40k, best value car I have ever had. The aggressive looking is awesome, plus the seat is very comfortable. The only down side is gas mileage of the car is always around 20mgh, not 23 as they stated.
I test drive a few of these cars with different mileages and they all had similar features. Each car drove very well with great power at your disposal. If you’re in this price range this is a good car for you.
Drives phenomenal in rain slick conditions and it’s very responsive when stopping quickly etc. Comfortable, classy, and sporty with a posh interior! Seats 5 people comfortably and the trunk is quite spacious too!
This review focuses on the Q50 AWD vs. the BMW 328ix. I was surprised about the driving performance and interior functions. The Q50 comes with more interior stuff, including a better experience with the control screens. In short, it has more tech on the inside. The Q50 has great acceleration and handling-faster the the 328. The BMW 328 still has superior handling and design-it's just got more swag. For the money, however, there's more confidence in driving the Q50 after the warranty runs out. Having just driven the Q50 in six inches of snow...it does very well, even on un-plowed side streets. In summary: The BMW 328 is cooler, and handles slightly better. The Q50 has better tech, is more comfortable, and still fun to drive.
Since 2009 I was in love with the Genesis coupe but couldn’t afford it and been wanting it up to 2015, then I moved toward the Genesis 5.0 sedan or the Infiniti Q60 to look more my age. when I decided on strictly sedans I started looking at the Lexus GS 350 and the Infiniti Q50S. I test drive both and fell in love with the Q50S. Good speed, good power, smooth ride, a lot of features (depending on the trim you get -mine is just about fully loaded-), fun to drive, pretty good on gas even though it’s a V6, tons of safety features, looks mean but sleek at the same time. Awesome car and would recommend to anyone looking for a fun car to drive as well as safety oriented!
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Don't settle for anything less than a Red Sport
by Austinslam from Round Rock, Tx
December 23, 2018
If you are looking for sexy, fast, comfortable, and technologically advanced, go with the Q50 Red Sport. It is worth the extra money to have all the features of s sports car and luxury of a much more expensive brand. At least go test drive one if you are interested in a Q50 or Q70. You will not regret it.
The service I received was outstanding as usual anytime I take my vehicle in for service or repair.
So in love with this vehicle
by Darla from CA
December 28, 2018
This car was an awesome fit for me. A good size sedan. The exterior looks awesome love the body style with a sporty look. Luxury interior and the technology these cars have are insane. So pleased with my purchase.
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