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2017 Infiniti Q50

New 2017 Infiniti Q50 See 2016

MSRP: $33,950 to $50,700
Invoice: $31,574 to $47,151

2016 Infiniti Q50 Hybrid

New 2016 Infiniti Q50 Hybrid

MSRP: $47,050 to $49,050
Invoice: $43,756 to $45,616

2016 Infiniti Q70

New 2016 Infiniti Q70

MSRP: $49,850 to $65,350
Invoice: $46,361 to $60,776

2016 Infiniti Q70h

New 2016 Infiniti Q70h

MSRP: $55,900
Invoice: $51,987

2016 Infiniti Q70L

New 2016 Infiniti Q70L

MSRP: $51,350 to $67,050
Invoice: $47,756 to $62,357

2017 Infiniti QX30

New 2017 Infiniti QX30

MSRP: $29,950 to $38,500
Invoice: $27,854 to $35,805

2017 Infiniti QX50

New 2017 Infiniti QX50 See 2016

MSRP: $34,450 to $36,250
Invoice: $32,039 to $33,713

2017 Infiniti QX60

New 2017 Infiniti QX60 See 2016

MSRP: $43,100 to $44,900
Invoice: $40,083 to $41,757

2016 Infiniti QX60 Hybrid

New 2016 Infiniti QX60 Hybrid

MSRP: $52,050 to $53,450
Invoice: $48,406 to $49,709

2016 Infiniti QX70

New 2016 Infiniti QX70

MSRP: $45,850 to $47,300
Invoice: $42,641 to $43,989

2016 Infiniti QX80

New 2016 Infiniti QX80

MSRP: $63,250 to $88,850
Invoice: $58,823 to $82,631

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Infiniti Overview

Price Range (MSRP): $33,950 (Q40) to $62,700 (QX80)

Infiniti is the luxury branch of Nissan that produces a lineup of cars that toe the line between sporty/luxury. Last year, Infiniti wiped the slate clean and changed the names of all of its models to a new naming structure.

Infiniti tried to make this a little complicated, but we’ll try to keep it as simple as possible. Instead of different letters for names, all of Infiniti’s passenger cars will get the designation Q, followed by a number (the Q50 replaces the G37 sedan). Infiniti’s lineup of SUVs is now designated by a QX, followed by a number (the QX50 replaces the EX50 crossover). The numbers will no longer related to the engine size of each model, just their size/place in the lineup (smaller numbers for smaller vehicles).

The former G37 is now split – coupe and convertible versions will now be called the Q60, while the sedan has been rebadged and is sold as the Q40 for the first time in 2015.

The Q50 is a redesigned version of the Q40 and it also has a hybrid version, the Q50 Hybrid, for more efficient motoring. The Q50 offers improved exterior styling, an upgraded cabin, and a new steering system.

The M-series of flagship sedans are now known as the Q70, with the M35h named the Q70 Hybrid. Uner the hood you’ll find V-6 or V-8 power and inside there is a long list of standard features, including plenty of technology.

The QX50 replaces the EX37, and the midsize five-seat luxury crossover comes well-equipped and also offers a few cutting-edge safety technologies, like the optional Around View Monitor system which uses cameras on the outside of the vehicle to provide a complete top-down view of the QX50 and eliminates blind spots when parking. For 2015, it adds Bluetooth connectivity as standard equipment.

The FX line of “high-performance luxury crossovers” is rebadged under the QX70 model name. The V-8 has been dropped this year, leaving one engine option: a 325-hp, 3.7-liter V-6 that is mated to a seven-speed automatic. Rear-wheel drive is standard with the smaller engine, with an all-wheel drive system optional.

The JX35 is now known as the QX60 and the seven-seat crossover has unique styling with rear side windows that pinch inwards. Inside is plenty of cargo and passenger room, to go along with a long list of standard features.

By far the largest vehicle Infiniti makes is the QX56 full-size SUV, now called the QX80. It seats up to eight passengers and comes with a 400-hp, 5.0-liter V-8 mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission. The aforementioned Around View Monitor system is also optional and very helpful on a vehicle of this size.

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