Infiniti Q50 Overview
Though the Q50 is quick, an underwhelming driving experience blots out any luxury-sports-sedan pretensions. On the luxury front, fit and finish, ride comfort, and noise isolation aren't up to scratch. Handling is lackluster, mostly because of the dull steering feel. Ride comfort is unsettled and not helped by the stiff-walled run-flat tires. The powertrain, though punchy, isn't a model of refinement, and fuel economy is among the worst of its peers. The cabin is quite roomy, and the rear seat is hospitable, but the front seat has a short cushion. Even more frustrating is the agonizingly slow-responding touch-screen interface. First-year reliability has been much below average, and it received a low owner-satisfaction score in our survey.
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