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2018 INFINITI QX30

The Infiniti QX30 is an elegant little crossover introduced for 2017. In a stunning alliance between Japanese and German carmakers, it shares its platform and front-wheel-drive powertrain with the Mercedes-Benz GLA250.

Both compete against well-executed rivals such as the rear-wheel-drive BMW X1. The Mazda3 hatchback might be seen as a competitor as well, and in fact the QX30 profile suggests the Mazda3.

Otherwise the QX30 body is a unique blend of scalloped edges and lumps, out of which emerges a serious stance. Its creative styling begins a design direction for Infiniti, so watch for other models taking the shape. In the Nissan-Infiniti vision, it's an international design, for their international expansion. The QX30 is assembled in England. It is unchanged for 2018.

However, the dramatic exterior and compact dimensions limit space in the cabin. It's considered a five-seater, but it's tight for two in the rear, and impossible for three.

The QX30 comes three ways: base QX30, sporty QX30S, and QX30 AWD with a raised ride height and body panels that imagine off-road.

The QX30 crossovers sold around the world get a choice of engines. In North America, there is only one: a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine making 208 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, coupled to an automated 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. It gets an EPA-rated 27 Combined miles per gallon on Premium gasoline. On the AWD model, an intelligent all-wheel-drive system can transmit up to half the power to the rear wheels, whenever sensors detect traction loss.
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The Infiniti QX30 is an elegant little crossover introduced for 2017. In a stunning alliance between Japanese and German carmakers, it shares its platform and front-wheel-drive powertrain with the Mercedes-Benz GLA250.

Both compete against well-executed rivals such as the rear-wheel-drive BMW X1. The Mazda3 hatchback might be seen as a competitor as well, and in fact the QX30 profile suggests the Mazda3.

Otherwise the QX30 body is a unique blend of scalloped edges and lumps, out of which emerges a serious stance. Its creative styling begins a design direction for Infiniti, so watch for other models taking the shape. In the Nissan-Infiniti vision, it's an international design, for their international expansion. The QX30 is assembled in England. It is unchanged for 2018.

However, the dramatic exterior and compact dimensions limit space in the cabin. It's considered a five-seater, but it's tight for two in the rear, and impossible for three.

The QX30 comes three ways: base QX30, sporty QX30S, and QX30 AWD with a raised ride height and body panels that imagine off-road.

The QX30 crossovers sold around the world get a choice of engines. In North America, there is only one: a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine making 208 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, coupled to an automated 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. It gets an EPA-rated 27 Combined miles per gallon on Premium gasoline. On the AWD model, an intelligent all-wheel-drive system can transmit up to half the power to the rear wheels, whenever sensors detect traction loss.
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$29,950 - $41,200 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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Engine 2.0LI-4
MPG 24 City / 33 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 7-spd auto-shift man w/OD
Power 208 @ 5500 rpm
Drivetrain front-wheel
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