What used Infiniti Q30 hatchback will I get for my budget?
Infiniti is still a relative newcomer to the market so even an ‘old’ car only has three years under its belt. The cheapest you can pick up is a high-mileage 2016 1.5 diesel Q30 example for £9500. If you fancy something a bit higher up the pecking order, then a 2017 2.2-litre diesel in mid-range premium guise and below average mileage is more like £15,000.
For those looking at a nearly new car, £19,500 is what you’ll need for a 2018 car that’s covered only a few thousand miles.
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How much does it cost to run a Infiniti Q30 hatchback?
The combined fuel consumption for this hatchback is 68.9 mpg (NEDC) and its CO2 emissions reach 103g/km. There is certainly a big saving on road tax as the annual fee will set you back by a grand total of £20, if the car was registered before April 2017. If it was after that date, it will be charged VED car tax at the annual rate currently £140 a year.
Just as well, as there is no fixed price service scheme. However, Infiniti does offer a transferable service plan for up to 5 years so it is worth checking if the original owner purchased one of these and if so, asking the dealer if the plan is still active on the vehicle. It is worth noting that the owner may not have a service plan on the car at all. For the first three years or 60,000 miles, Infiniti provides a comprehensive warranty policy so the likelihood is that this will still be valid. This includes full coverage for any paint defects and body perforation by corrosion.
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