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Infiniti Q30

  • tickIndividual styling
  • tickFairly high-quality interior
  • tickMost versions come with plenty of safety kit

Infiniti Q30 Hatchback (2015 - )

The Infiniti Q30 offers an interesting leftfield alternative to prestige hatchbacks like the Audi A3 Sportback and BMW 1 Series. The thing is, those rivals are popular for a reason, which is that they have exceptional all-round ability. Indeed, they outperform the Q30 in pretty much every key area, particularly its practicality, its ownership costs and its balance of ride and handling.
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Depending on the trim level you choose, the Q30’s interior has a design that’s based around either luxuriousness or sportiness. Whichever you choose, the cabin looks smart, with some very pleasant materials on display, finished with some glitzy-looking trims. Anyone familiar with the A-Class will recognize much of the Q30’s switchgear, which is lifted straight out of the Mercedes, but that’s no bad thing because it looks good and most of it is pretty easy to use. It does mean, however, that the Q30 shares some of the Merc’s more annoying foibles. The switch for the electronic parking brake is tucked away underneath the dashboard and works in an unintuitive way (you push the switch to engage it and pull to disengage). The pedals are heavily offset, too, while the small rear window means your rear visibility is less than ideal.
Depending on the trim level you choose, the Q30’s interior has a design that’s based around either luxuriousness or sportiness. Whichever you choose, the cabin looks smart, with some very pleasant materials on display, finished with some glitzy-looking trims. Anyone familiar with the A-Class will recognize much of the Q30’s switchgear, which is lifted straight out of the Mercedes, but that’s no bad thing because it looks good and most of it is pretty easy to use. It does mean, however, that the Q30 shares some of the Merc’s more annoying foibles. The switch for the electronic parking brake is tucked away underneath the dashboard and works in an unintuitive way (you push the switch to engage it and pull to disengage). The pedals are heavily offset, too, while the small rear window means your rear visibility is less than ideal.

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