Whichever model you buy, it won’t be cheap, and resale values aren’t as good as rivals’. The hybrid averages just over 40mpg, and is the only model that makes any kind of sense as a company car – it’s the only one to make it under 160g/km for CO2 emissions, which carries tax benefits for your company. The diesel version, meanwhile, sits a whopping six tax bands above a BMW 530d.
Infiniti Q70 quality & reliability
Inside, some Infinitis feel a bit low-rent compared to their German rivals, but the Q70’s cabin looks great and is built from top-notch materials. The Infiniti brand is a relative newcomer to the UK, but it's closely linked to Nissan, a company with a fine reliability record.
Infiniti Q70 safety & security
Every Q70 has six airbags, anti-whiplash front head restraints and stability control. Meanwhile, Premium models bring Infiniti’s Dynamic Safety Shield, which includes a system that prevents you from steering into a car in your blindspot, and another that can apply the brakes if the car in front stops suddenly. Standard security kit is also pretty comprehensive.