The Infiniti Q30 is an excellent hatchback which offers a lot for drivers wanting something different in the premium segment. It's also a stylish and efficient car too.
The engines in the Infiniti Q30 are shared with Mercedes and include a 1.5 litre diesel unit producing 107 bhp and returning 69 mpg with emissions of 108g/km. There's also a 2.2 litre diesel engine available producing 165 bhp which offers much more power and makes for a better choice for those racking up lots of motorway miles with emissions of 127g/km. The Infiniti Q30 also has a very good 1.6 litre petrol turbocharged unit returning 47 mpg and emissions of 119g/km and there's also a 2.0 litre petrol engine producing 205bhp. The engines are coupled to a choice of a seven speed dual clutch automatic gearbox or a six speed manual box, both are from the A Class and both help deliver nice levels of performance.
It possibly isn't the first hatchback that comes to potential buyer’s minds but the Infiniti Q30 has a lot to offer in what is a competitive segment. Firstly, it's a comfortable and stylish car to be in with lots of equipment. The design is also rather different from its rivals and has lots of safety equipment as well including auto dimming headlights, blindspot warning, emergency braking and forward collision warning.
It may share the same chassis and some of the mechanical parts from the Mercedes A Class, including the gearbox and engines, but it does stand apart from that vehicle. The overall offering is highly refined and luxurious. There's plenty space on board and the boot is quite large for its segment. Out on the road, the cabin is quiet and the engines are responsive to deliver a relaxing drive; there's also the option for four-wheel-drive to help boost grip.
Essentially, the Infiniti Q30 is considered to be the firm's 'break-out' car because it really is a polished product with a lot to offer drivers and offers its premium hatchback rivals an interesting alternative. Considering the market itself, the Infiniti Q30 needs to be better than many of them and in many ways it is; the car is an excellent choice.
Why not have a look at the Q30 on the official Infiniti UK company website and get the latest news about the Q30 at The UK Infiniti Owners' Club. You may also like to see what they're saying about it on the Top Gear website.
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