Infiniti Q70

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2019 Infiniti Q70 Ratings & Reliability
Although long in the tooth, the Q70 is still competitive. The lively V6 engine and smooth seven-speed automatic combined to return 21 mpg overall in our tests. A V8 and all-wheel drive are also available. Handling is agile, and the steering gives good feedback to the driver. The ride is firm and absorbs bumps well, but it isn't as luxurious as some competitors. The Q70 is also behind the competition in cabin quietness. Positives include very good interior quality, a roomy rear seat, and easy-to-use controls, although cabin ambience is austere. Forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and blind spot warning are optional. An extended-length L version with a roomier rear seat is also available. The Q70 might lack some pizazz, but it is a less-expensive alternative to its competitors. The Q70 will be discontinued after the 2019 model year.
2014 Redesign Year
Infiniti Q70 2018
Model year 2014 brought a name change to the M sedan to the Q70. Quick, quiet, and roomy, it scored well. A not-so-impressive rear-drive hybrid version was also introduced. The optional Technology Package adds a variety of safety aids. These include lane keep assist, which can also prevent changing lanes into an unseen car. The active cruise control function has autonomous braking, as well as a forward-collision warning system.  Styling was facelifted for 2015, which also marked the introduction of a long-wheelbase Q70L model.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2018 $26,300 - $35,950 $23,895 - $33,145
2017 $23,700 - $32,275 $21,380 - $29,630
2016 $20,600 - $28,150 $18,260 - $25,510
2015 $18,175 - $23,700 $15,400 - $21,150
2014 $15,600 - $19,550 $12,300 - $17,050