The 2023 Infiniti Q50 is available for sale now. The base price is $42,650. Infiniti Premium Care is added.
The automaker has set prices for the next-model-year Infiniti Q50. The 2023 price starts at $42,650 MSRP for the base LUXE model, then goes to $48,350 for SENSORY and $56,500 for RED SPORT 400 trim levels.
This is the pricing before all fees, charges, and options. The brand’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive costs an additional $2,000 on all grades.
The new Q50 comes with INFINITI Premium Care – an integrated maintenance program that provides such benefits as 3 years of inspections, tire rotations, and oil changes.
The base equipment includes wireless Apple CarPlay, USB-based Android Auto, a Bose Performance Series audio system, heating of front seats and a steering wheel, 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels (19-inch ones are optional), and leather-appointed seating.
New for 2023:
- Saddle Brown interior color for LUXE
- Radiant Grille Emblem for SENSORY
- Power increase of a 3.0-liter VR-series twin-turbo V6 to 400 hp and 350 lb-ft versus the previous 300 hp and 295 lb-ft for RED SPORT 400.
Cons and Pros
This is a good premium car in general, but it lacks the all-around quality you can get from other rivals, such as the BMW 3 Series or the Mercedes-Benz C-Class. At this, the Q50’s price tag is in line with the competition.
The model’s twin-turbo V6 engines deliver excellent acceleration. Its interior is well-built and boasts comfortable and fairly roomy seats.
The car offers many useful features as standard. Nevertheless, when it comes to styling, handling, ride quality, and gas mileage ratings, the Infiniti Q50 loses to classmates.