Infiniti models don’t come cheap and in order to cope with the heavy competition worldwide, the carmaker had to release entry-level versions that would boost the sales.
The same happened in Australia, the Japanese based manufacturer recently releasing the entry-level Q30, with prices to start from $38,900. Please find below the full prices with all versions.
Infiniti Q30 – Official Prices
Infiniti Q30 1.6 GT – $38,900 to $42,875
Infiniti Q30 2.0t Sports – $44,900 to $49,055
Infiniti Q30 2.0t Sports with BOSE Sound – $45,900 to $50,085
Infiniti Q30 2.2d Sports – $46,900 to $52,145
Infiniti Q30 2.2d Sports with BOSE Sound – $47,900 to $53,175
Infiniti Q30 2.0t Sport Premium – $52,900 to $57,295
Infiniti W30 2.2d Sports Premium – $54,900 to $59,335
Grahame Cornforth, chief vehicle engineer at Infiniti, has also mentioned in a recent interview that the all-new Infiniti Q30 “offers excellent steering, further enhancing the overall ride and handling feel, as well as a tuned suspension and body response that`s uniquely Infiniti. Thanks to this set-up, the car offers a secure and in-control driving sensation, a perfect example of being Q30`s ability to confidently steer the right cornering angle and hold the line precisely through the corner.”
In the safety department, all versions come with the latest technology, like blind-spot warning, autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, park assist and auto high beam assist.
Performance wise, the Infiniti Q30 comes with a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine, developing 115 kW and 250 Nm of torque, followed by a higher 2.0-liter engine, with 155 kW and 350 Nm of torque. The topper 2.2-liter diesel develops 125 kW and 350 Nm of torque. All mills are hooked to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.