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City 19 - 22 MPG Hwy 26 - 30 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.8 (out of 5)
Value 4.4
Exterior 5
Interior 4.8
Comfort 4.7
Performance 4.9
Reliability 4.9
Lacks Driving/Ride Smoothness

by GGHONEYto3 from Tulsa, OK | February 22, 2020

This car was eye candy when I first approached it. It has great features, very sharp looking, but, the drive and ride of it was surprisingly lacking when compared to a previous Ford Expedition Limited I test drove and have since purchased. To me, the Q60 was a lot of hype, but couldn’t deliver on drive and ride.

Sexiest coupé on the road.

by GAJetPilot from Dahlonega GA | December 19, 2019

Obviosly you first notice the Q60s Fantastic looks. Its speed shape design gives the impression of speed even at a standstill. Most automotive press agree that this is one of the best coupé designs we've seen in years. Looks and compliments come regularly at the gas pump or valet line. Beauty on the outside without the guts to back it up would be a travesty, Infiniti put their best foot forward optioning the Q with a 3.0 litre twin turbo power plant. Sure if you're looking for economy you could go for the now defunct 2.0 litre Mercedes sourced turbo 4 cylinder, but this is a sports coupé, so who's looking at fuel economy? Even the 3.0 litre comes in two flavours, Luxe with 300 HP or Red Sport with 400. Neither one of these two fail to deliver a good time. Electronic steering has good feedback and feel, and all early design gremlins seem to have been left behind in the 2017 models. Safety features in Pro assist and Pro active packages bolster confident driving. Be careful to not get too cocky and overdrive your own talent. Interior room is good and as a 6 footer I was not uncomfortable on short rides around town. Choosing a coupé like the Q60 over the saloon Q50 was a good choice for us. Our children will be able to use the back seats for around town trips and when they're not back there, there's no beating the sexy coupé good looks. Comfortable seats lend this car to being a very capable long distance grand tourer. Run flat tires offer a small amount of insurance to get you safely to your destination, but I'd still appreciate a donut spare of some type. SatNav takes a bit of getting used to and it doesn't seem real intuitive, but I guess there's a learning curve with each new vehicle. Overall the fun factor of this Q60 coupé is 5 out of 5 . its a looker, its a runner, its everything you want it to be.

Beautiful and Unique Car

by Ryan Q60 from Maryland | December 18, 2019

This car has the best design in a coupe it almost comes off as an exotic more expensive car. Coming from a Genesis Coupe it reminded me of it. I wanted something more beefier and sporty yet with some GT features. This basically hit those marks on the dot. It has a very powerful lag free 3.0TT that is a joy to drive. I would recommend this underrated coupe in a heartbeat. Although I would say the asking price is a little steep when purchasing it new. You can find one with low miles for a fraction of the price. The only negative thing for me about this car is the infotainment system. It really is outdated for a car in this segment. Even Nissan has Android and Apple play. That’s the only fault about this car. But the uniqueness and value you get with this car is worth it. It also has a low key growing tuner market which pushes this car safely to its limits. Infiniti should go more all in on Sport.

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2018 INFINITI Q60 Overview

The 2018 INFINITI Q60 is a two-door compact coupe that shares its platform with the Q50. It has three powertrain options. The base model comes with a 208-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel drive comes standard, while all-wheel drive is optional. The two other powertrains use a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6. One makes 300-hp and 295 pounds-feet of torque, while the top engine produces 400-hp and 350 pounds-feet of torque.

Five trims are available: the 2.0t PURE, 2.0t LUXE, 3.0t LUXE, 3.0t Sport, and 3.0t Red Sport.

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