For You'll stand out from the crowd and the Infiniti Q70 comes very well equipped. Performance is good, it’s generally refined and the interior is classy.
Against Petrol and diesel versions are expensive compared with rivals and will cost more to run. You can have a comfortable ride or agile handling, but not both.
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The Infiniti Q70 is Infiniti's most rounded car, but its best rivals are still better in most areas.
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There are 6 Infiniti Q70 versions available
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Buying an Infiniti Q70 should be hassle-free. You spec your car on a screen in an Infiniti Centre (Infiniti doesn’t like the word dealership) over a cup of coffee, and you’re assigned your own ‘Account Manager’ who looks after all your needs, whether it’s buying, servicing or selling on.
As to which Q70 to buy, the Hybrid makes most sense. It pulls strongly and smoothly, is the most efficient model by far and the price premium over the diesel version is relatively small.
Infiniti also offers four trims, and even the entry-level GT cars are well equipped. However, they do put comfort before agility, so enthusiastic drivers will want to upgrade to the S spec, which brings tauter body control and a four-wheel steering system that means the car turns into bends more quickly. Completing the line-up are Premium versions of both, and they come with every luxury you can think of.
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