It's been repriced and re-specced for 2019, but the Q30 is still the same repacked Mercedes-Benz under the skin. Unfortunately, it's a flawed offering.
A simplified range and much sharper pricing give Infiniti’s small QX30 SUV a much-needed brush-up for 2019. But without any core changes, there’s still plenty of room for improvement.
Exceptional engineering, thanks to a triumph of new technology under the lid. But will that be a drawcard for buyers?
I’m sure that was rain on the window as our little Hunnu Air Fokker 50 banged down in Dalanzadgad, a tiny airstrip with one-room airport in the Gobi Desert, 580km from the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar. After weeks of warnings about heat, sunstroke and to bring plenty of sunscreen, the drivers for our 60-minute airport shuttle to the lodge advised that it may take longer due to localised flooding and that there were no roads between the airstrip and – anywhere...
The Infiniti Q60 is very pretty, and there's lots of tech hiding under the skin, but it harbours a few unwelcome surprises.
For many brands, a flagship model takes the lead on technology, performance or style, but in Infiniti’s case its halo car is measured in kilograms. The QX80 is certainly big and brash, and for 2018 it’s also (a little) easier on the eye.
The 298kW, 4.9s 0-100km/h Infiniti Q50 Red Sport is a lot of luxury car for $80k. It looks the part, too, though there are some shortcomings you should know about before considering this unorthodox BMW alternative.
It looks brilliant on paper, and it's packed with standard features, but put it all together and the Infiniti Q60 Red Sport fails to deliver as a coherent package.
Its styling may give it some street appeal, but there's a reason you don't see too many of these around - there are many options better than the 2017 Infiniti QX30.
Infiniti's hottest coupe packs 298kW and a major price advantage over its competitors. But can it kick it with Germany's best? James Wong finds out.
It's well-armed, looks good and gets a ton of kit for thousands less than any of its euro rivals. But is that enough to get the Infiniti Q50 Red Sport across the line?