May 26, 2024
Infiniti

Infiniti Q30 Arrives in Australia, Full Prices Unveiled

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.

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