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Infiniti Q50 Executive – it’s for business users

Wed, 23 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

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The new Infiniti Q50 (replacement for the old G37) was revealed at the Detroit Auto Show in January, prices for the Q50 were revealed in June (starts at £27,950) and comes in three trim levels – SE, Premium and Sport – but it seems there will be an additional trim option – the Infiniti Q50 Executive. With an eye to business sales in Europe, Infiniti has decided there needs to be a trim level aimed at business buyers (or those who do big miles), so they’re offering an Executive trim level for the 2.2 diesel version.

As well as the normal equipment levels on the Q50 (which are pretty decent anyway) the Executive option gets, according to Infiniti, “One of the most advanced satellite navigation systems” plus some decent finance packages.

It’s not exactly a fully thought out upgrade for business users with a host of extras – although a  decent SatNav is a help – and seems much more like a pitch for Infiniti’s finance offers on the Q50. Those finance offers start at £300 (+vat) a month for the SE Executive 2.2d and £336.99 for the  Q50 Premium Executive.

But with decent headline economy (62.2mpg manual and 58.9mph auto), decent BIK rates – £83.45/£166.90 a month for 20/40% tax payers – a good spec and prices starting at 27,950 for the non-Executive trim, the Q50 is a credible option.

By Cars UK