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Infiniti Q50

  • tickGood practicality
  • tickEfficient diesel engine
  • tickGenerous equipment

Infiniti Q50 Saloon (2013 - 2017) MK1

The Infiniti Q50 isn’t without its merits. It has lots of space, a big boot and an economical diesel engine. However, it’s compromised in too many other areas, and it’s not cheap enough to buy. We’d still steer you towards established players like the BMW 3 Series.
Our verdict

Is the Infiniti Q50 a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Infiniti Q50 interior

Driver and passenger space, materials, boot size etc.

Infiniti Q50 performance

How it feels to drive across the engine range.

Infiniti Q50 how good does it look

Infiniti Q50 practicality

Infiniti Q50 drive

Infiniti Q50 reliability

Infiniti Q50 equipment

Our expert review

See what our expert review team say about this car

The Q50 has a smart cabin that’s attractively trimmed and high in quality. Granted, the materials don’t have the same dense robustness of those in the best rivals, but the assembly is impressively solid and there’s enough sophistication to make the Q50 feel like it belongs in the executive car fraternity. The ergonomics, though, aren’t so impressive. The centre console features two screens that make you wonder which you should be looking at to operate a particular function, and it’s also quite confusing that although the screens have touch-screen functionality, part of the system is also controlled by a now-customary scrolling dial. The menus used to control various functions could be more logically arranged, too. What’s more, some drivers will wish that their seat went lower, and the foot-operated parking brake won’t be to all tastes.
The Q50 has a smart cabin that’s attractively trimmed and high in quality. Granted, the materials don’t have the same dense robustness of those in the best rivals, but the assembly is impressively solid and there’s enough sophistication to make the Q50 feel like it belongs in the executive car fraternity. The ergonomics, though, aren’t so impressive. The centre console features two screens that make you wonder which you should be looking at to operate a particular function, and it’s also quite confusing that although the screens have touch-screen functionality, part of the system is also controlled by a now-customary scrolling dial. The menus used to control various functions could be more logically arranged, too. What’s more, some drivers will wish that their seat went lower, and the foot-operated parking brake won’t be to all tastes.

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