Wednesday, 28 November 2018

2019 INFINITI Q50 Review



This year the Q50 is available in a shortened set of finishes: the basic 2.0-liter turbo-4 is only available in the Pure version; The 3.0-liter turbocharged V-6 is reserved for Luxe, Sport and Red Sport finishes. The slow-selling Q50 hybrid has been shelved this year. Regardless of what is undernourished, the Q50 is sharp and muscular in its appearance, interrupted by an updated interior that is the right side of subtlety without boredom. The best finish is gained by the elegant skin, which looks good (and feels good), although their prices may be more stretchy than in other classes.
In Q50, there are the starting points for those competitors who lack fiery breathing apparatus and AMG with an unlimited budget. The basic turbocharger-4 produces 208 horsepower, which is more economical than BMW and Audis. The V-6 returns
300 hp in the Luxe and Sport finish, 400 hp in the Red Sport version, which is extremely satisfying if you are one of many luxury compact sedans who never visit the track. All-wheel drive is available on every drive system, which gives you $ 2,000 upcharge. The 7-speed automatic transmission is standard on all models. In contrast to the Q60 coupe, the Q50 sedan has a real rear seat for real adults, although we decided to drive in the front on all-day comfortable seats.
There is no safety data in Q50, but all models are equipped with collision warnings with automatic emergency braking. Blind Spot Monitors and Active Band Control are available as optional extras.
The basic versions are better values: Q50 Pure has 17-inch wheels, LED headlights, synthetic leather upholstery, electrically adjustable front seats, dual touch screens for infotainment systems, Bluetooth connectivity and two USB charging ports for $ 36,845.
The dual-system information and entertainment system is not our favorite; We exchange two touch screens for one with Apple Car Play and Android Auto.

2019 INFINITI Q50
Stylization
The sharp and athletic model Infiniti Q50 2019 is handsome among its rivals.
One year removed from a small update, the 2019 Infiniti Q50 continues to ring the bell as one of our favorite luxury compact sedans on the road.
We like the inside and outside equally, and for the sedan we give the sedan 7 out of 10.
The outer part of the Q50 is interrupted by a sharply wrinkled hood at the front and exaggerated hips at the back. The revised front bumper opens wide at the bottom, absorbing the road and spitting out exquisite exhaust sounds from the dual exhaust tips.
Pure and Luxe finishes are decorated with chrome elements on the outside, while the Sport and Red Sport ceiling on black finishes underlines the more dangerous appearance.
The cabin received the lion's share of this change last year. The thin Q60 steering wheel and sewn-in dashboard are a nice touch. The best finishes have quilted skins that look beautiful on black, one of the few cars on the road that looks better with a darker finish.

The infiniti Infiniti Infotainment system still dominates the dashboard, but it is a sin that every other automaker is already committing.

2019 INFINITI Q50
Efficiency
2019, The Q50 keeps pace with bigger boys, supported by the V-6 with two turbo, which is fun in both specifications.
 Infiniti offers a typical set of powertrain options for the 2019 Q50, though delivered in a surprising way. The basic engine is a 2.0-liter turbo-4, which produces 208 hp in combination with 7-speed automatic. It includes base offers from BMW and Audi and is available with all-wheel drive. The turbocharged V-6 in the Luxe, Sport and Red Sport models is fun and competitive, although we are less affected by the wire control system, which is optional in some of these versions. We give the Q50 a point above the average for turbocharged engines (choose one, any) and land at level 6 for performance. (Read more about how we rate cars.)
 The V-6 turbocharger has 300 hp in the Luxe and Sport versions and is upgraded up to 400 hp in the Red Sport versions. The first one has low-performing competitors like the Mercedes-Benz AMG C43 and the BMW M340i, and the second tempts the buyers with full performance without worrying about lap times for less money.
 Most of our corners were behind the wheel of models equipped with V-6. The power is effortless over the entire rev range, and the turbo torque can be intoxicating.
 Rear-wheel drive is standard on all models, and all-wheel drive is an upgrade of 2000 USD. The Infiniti four-wheel drive system is smooth and sharp, and thanks to the canyon roads it performs a more compact line.
 Adaptive shock absorbers are standard in the Sport and Red Sport finishes, but standard steel springs on the base washers are fine thanks to our tires.
 Infiniti offers a "steer-by-wire" system, which, fortunately, is optional. The system of tricks is the same as in the Q60 and there is no information in it that we would like to experience from a sporty compact luxury sedan. The system replaces the traditional mechanical connection with a series of engines and force cylinders that transfer the steering wheel to the front wheels. Removing a larger part of the equipment throws the weight and makes it easier to control the lanes, but the steering wheel is largely disconnected from the front axle. Skip for now, but we expect Infiniti to match the system to more models in the future.

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