What should I look for in a used Infiniti Q50 saloon?
The Q50 is an executive saloon that will have been used on motorways, so check the front of the car for stone chips. It will also have been used as a family car on the school run and for the weekly shop, so it’s worth looking at the front and rear extremities for any scuffs or dents, as well as the wheels for any kerb damage.
What are the most common problems with a used Infiniti Q50 saloon?
On the whole, the Q50 has a good reputation, but some owners have highlighted problems with the sat-nav, the touchscreens and Bluetooth connectivity.
Is a used Infiniti Q50 saloon reliable?
According to owners, it seems to be. Infini didn’t feature in our most recent reliability survey, though, but its parent company, Nissan, came in a disappointing 29th out of 32 manufacturers.