There’s another option for those looking for a premium compact crossover (or small SUV/hatch type vehicle) available in the form of the all-new Infiniti Q30.
Landing in Australian Infiniti dealerships now, the new offering is available in three model grades - GT, Sport or Sport Premium and prices range from $38,900 (around $42,875 drive-away) and $54,900 (or around $59,335 drive-away).
Under the bonnet of the Q30 is a selection of three engines:
- GT - 1.6 litre petrol 115kW/250Nm
- S, SP - 2.0 litre petrol 155kW/350Nm
- S, SP - 2.2 diesel 125kW/350Nm
While a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission is standard across all variants and the Infiniti Q30 is available in front-wheel drive only.
Roland Krueger, President of Infiniti, says the new Infiniti Q30 is a possible game-changer for the brand.
“Q30 makes a daring visual statement through its sculpted exterior.
“The car has been engineered to deliver a driving experience that is unmistakably Infiniti.
“Q30 will accelerate the company’s strategy to become one of the leading global manufacturers of premium cars.”