INFINITI Q50 Reviews
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The Red Sport 400 has so much potential, and power. Try as we might, we can't love it, though.
Infiniti will recall around 60,000 Q50 sedans globally due to a glitch in the cars' direct adaptive steering system.
Nissan is recalling 3.53 million vehicles globally – 3.2 million in the United States – because the front passenger airbag may or may not deploy properly in the event of a crash.
The 400-hp, twin-turbo Q50 out-powers its rivals at a very agreeable price.
Interested in buying a new Infiniti Q50 and want to know how much it'll set you back? Pricing ranges from less than $35k to just under $40k.
Infiniti is showcasing three new engine options for the Q50 sedan at the Chicago Auto Show, all of them turbocharged and available with all-wheel drive.
It's no Eau Rouge, but Infiniti's revamped Q50 engine line offers a twin-turbo V6 with either 300 or 400 horsepower, and a new 2.0-liter turbo with 208 hp.
Nissan and Kia are under investigation by NHTSA because of reported flaws with the occupant detection system. The Nissan campaign could affect nearly a million cars to check if a recall from last year worked.
Nissan and Infiniti may be abandoning a trio of bold, driver-oriented products in a bid to bolster its volume offerings, a new report claims.
Cadillac may be launching some enticing new V models on Johan de Nysschen's watch, but now that he's left Infiniti, he doesn't seem to think the Q50 Eau Rouge concept is ever going to see the inside of a showroom.
Add one more vehicle to the tally of reveals slated for the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. Alfonso Albaisa, executive design director at Infiniti, has confirmed that the marque will be showing a new concept on January 13, the second media day.