This is my first Infiniti but it won't be my last, perfect blend of sport and comfort! The power of the V6 twin turbo is amazing given the HP rating, so much quicker than other 300 hp cars I have owned. Guessing its due to the turbos offering torque coming on strong at just 1500 rpms. Maybe it's under rated? Anyway, very happy with nearly everything. Given a magic wand I would ask that blind spot monitoring and other the safety items be standard fare. Also it should be real leather! Sticker was 45k but got it down to just 38.5k.
I have been in the market for a new car for a few months and kept coming back to the Q50S "RS400". This is the best bang for the buck in the industry. It is a rocket!! I was also looking and driving the Lexus GS350 F-Sport, BMW 535i M-sport, Audi A6, MB E400, and I kept coming back to the Infiniti. MSRP was $60,660 every option available and out the door for $52,675 so there is room to negotiate. Good luck finding another vehicle with this much tech and power for that price. Highly recommended!!
I also own the 750li so I was a little skeptical on the 2016 q50 turbo. I love the handling and this car hugs the road in a way I have not felt before, it is a quiet whisper grabbing the curbs of the road even steep inclines.. This car is a lot a power and bang for the buck include the ease of "total" voice navigation for all the controls. I also love the braking power. It gives total break without the noise or the jerk, very amazing in a 4 cylinder car. I love it and it is worth every penny of the $41k price tag.. I do a lot of interstate and city and I am getting 24.5 miles per gallon. I have saved 52 kg of fuel economy with the 8 months that I have drove the car.. I have put way more miles on this car than I thought that I would.. I am now up to 20k miles, but dang she is beautiful and fun to drive..
I traded a G37 on a new Q50. I was worried about the new V6 because the engine in my G37 is awesome, however the new engine is powerful, quiet, and smooth with no turbo lag. I am absolutely thrilled with this car. My only gripes are that the steering takes a little getting used to and you give up a little ride quality for better handling.
I leased a new Q50 when they first came out three years ago. That car had some issues (most notably the computer), but when my lease was up I decided to give the Q50 another try. I absolutely love my new Q50. The computer issues have all been resolved and I don't notice any of the issues I had with my last one. Even though the engine is a bit smaller, the turbo gives the car plenty of power. It also handles like a dream. The sports seats provide great support. And I love all the technology. After having two Q50s, I can't imagine owning a car without the surround view cameras. But best of all, the dealers were bending over backwards to move the cars over Labor Day weekend. The final cap cost on my new lease was over $10k below sticker (with the only upfront payment on my part being the customary drive offs). I would highly recommend this car.